Rolls Royces have been chauffeuring the world's elite about town for over a century and they have earnt themselves the reputation of building the finest luxury cars in the world. The driver's seat has always been designed for a master of discretion, a person who can pick up a...

The Spirited Drive – Rolls Royce Wraith

Rolls Royces have been chauffeuring the world's elite about town for over a century and they have earnt themselves the reputation of building the...

You’ve Come A Long Way, Baby – The McLaren 570S Spider

The McLaren 570S may *only* be the brand's entry-level sports car, but with a 0-62mph of 3.2 seconds, this baby of the bunch has...
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Well Driven Video – Subaru BRZ

For the past week, I have been driving the face-lifted Subaru BRZ and it really did live up to the hype. Watch our first ever...

Well Driven Approved – Jaguar XF-S Luxury Premium

In a world of black and grey German executive saloons, this brilliant white Jaguar XF-S stands out from the crowd in more ways than...

What’s Going On? – A Quick Update

As it's been a couple of months since my last blog post, I thought I would post a quick explaining what is going on...

Well Driven Approved – Bentley Continental GT V8S Convertible

Stepping into a Bentley has always been like stepping into your favourite pair of slippers. Warm, comfortable and instantly relaxing, but has the brand...

Back to Basics – Caterham Seven 310S

Over the years I have been lucky enough to drive all sorts of cars and the main thing I have noticed is how over...
James Ford is a UK-based automotive journalist and enthusiast who has been working with and writing about cars for many years. With a focus on luxury, prestige and super cars as well as a keen eye on classics, James reaches tens of thousands of four-wheel fans through his mix of social photography, videos and longer-form journalism. Over the years, James has tested and written about many brands like Jaguar Land Rover, Rolls Royce, Ferrari, Audi, Aston Martin, Bentley, Tesla, Mercedes Benz to name a few.