The Auto Express Podcast with Vicki Butler-Henderson

The Auto Express Podcast with Vicki Butler-Henderson

The Auto Express Podcast is a weekly car show where you can digest the latest news, the most exciting reviews and behind-the-scenes stories you won’t hear anywhere else! Each Wednesday, join host Vicki Butler-Henderson and members of the Auto Express team as we delve right into the heart of the automotive world. Subscribe now, and follow us on Twitter @AutoExpressPod for regular updates. Find out more at www.autoexpress.co.uk/podcast.... Show More

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September 22, 2020 31 min
On this week’s Auto Express podcast, host Vicki Butler-Henderson is joined by Steve Fowler and James Brodie.
* New BMW M3 and M4
* Ferrari Portofino M
* How clean are EVs, really?
* How to beat the car thief
* Motoring questions answered
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Pink Floyd legend, Nick Mason is this week’s very special guest, who joins to talk about his sensational car collection, that Ferrari 250 GTO, and his love of everything on four wheels. Nick, along with host Vicki Butler-Henderson, is joined by Steve Fowler and John McIlroy to discuss the week’s biggest news stories. The team reveal the secrets of the new Maserati MC20 supercar, and Steve talks to FCA design chief Klaus Busse. John...
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In this week’s Auto Express podcast, host Vicki Butler-Henderson is joined by Steve Fowler and Sean Carson to discuss the latest news. Hot topics this week include the new Mercedes S-Class, Volvo P1800 restomod and the new Jeep Wagoneer. Plus, James Brodie speaks to Aston Martin Works’ boss Paul Spires to find out more about the DB5 Goldfinger continuation, and Hugo Griffiths is on hand to answer more of your questions.
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In this week’s Auto Express podcast, host Vicki Butler-Henderson, deputy editor John McIlroy and chief reviewer Sean Carson mull over the week’s biggest stories. The team discuss three all-new models, ranging from all-new electric Fiat 500, to the Skoda Enyaq SUV and £250,000 Rolls-Royce Ghost. Alex Ingram drives a three-quarter-scale Bugatti Type 35, and speaks to Bugatti test driver and Le Mans legend, Andy Wallace. Hugo Griffith...
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This week, Vicki Butler-Henderson holds court alongside deputy editor John McIlroy and video content producer Alex Ingram. The team discuss the all-new Nissan Z car that’s set to revitalise the brand’s performance range, and mull over the new Maserati MC20. John reveals the new BMW X1, and it’s all-electric sibling, while Alex delivers his verdict on two important new Volkswagens: the ID.3 and Golf GTI. Once again, Hugo Griffiths i...
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Vicki Butler-Henderson is celebrating the best of British in this week’s Auto Express podcast. Editor-in-chief Steve Fowler reveals the winner of this year’s Brit List - the rundown of the most influential Brits in motoring - as well as lifting the lid of Jaguar’s all-electric future. Chief reviewer Sean Carson takes to UK roads in the new Land Rover Defender, and the team mull over the new BMW M3 Touring. And they’re joined by con...
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Vicki Butler-Henderson goes green with envy as editor-in-chief Steve Fowler reviews the Aston Martin DBX, while chief reviewer Sean Carson heads to Italy to drive the gorgeous Ferrari Roma. Steve also chats to Aston’s mercurial chassis engineer Matt Becker and reveals whether the DBX is the car to save the company. And Sean gives his verdict on the Roma, Ferrari’s new GT model – is it another Ferrari legend? The team also discuss s...
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The star of this week’s podcast is a V12 engine! We have some exclusive audio of the Cosworth V12 that’s going to be sitting in the back of the Murray T.50 supercar - the true successor to the legendary McLaren F1. We also get to talk to the man behind the car – and the new car brand – Gordon Murray. The team also reveal BMW’s plans for an all-electric 5 Series, likely to be called the i5, while deputy editor John McIlroy goes for ...
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In this week’s Auto Express podcast, hosts Vicki Butler-Henderson, John McIlroy and Sean Carson are joined by Thatcham’s director of research, Matthew Avery to discuss the future of car safety. The team mull over the biggest new stories of the week, including the BMW 2 Series Coupé, new Porsche Panamera and Mercedes EQE, plus we hear Steve Fowler’s verdict from behind the wheel of the new Polestar 2. Once again, Hugo Griffiths drop...
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Legendary DJ Carl Cox is this week’s special guest, where he reveals his love of cars, bikes and motorsport, and opens the doors to his impressive vehicle collection. Carl is joined by podcast regulars Steve Fowler and Sean Carson to dissect the week’s top news stories and drives, including the new Ferrari SF90 Stradale, Ford Bronco and Hyundai i20. Once again, Hugo Griffiths drops in to answer more of your motoring questions.
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Ace driving driving instructor Paul Ripley is the special guest in this week’s Auto Express podcast. He reveals the secrets of making you a better, safer and more efficient driver, and joins Vicki Butler-Henderson, Steve Fowler and Sean Carson in discussing the new Nissan Ariya, Mercedes S-Class and Cupra el-Born. Vicki chats with top historic car auctioneer Mathew Priddy, and Hugo Griffiths answers more of your motoring questions.
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This week, Vicki Butler-Henderson teams up with John McIlroy and Sean Carson to discuss their first-ever Ferrari drives, as Steve Fowler delivers his verdict on the firm’s latest model, the F8 Spider. The all-new Peugeot 3008 and 5008 go under the spotlight, as do the new e-tron models from Audi. Vicki chats to Bentley design chief, Stefan Sielaff, and Hugo Griffiths is on hand to answer more of your consumer questions.
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This week, Vicki Butler-Henderson, Steve Fowler and Sean Carson talk to Haynes Publishing boss Jeremy Yates-Round about his unexpected best sellers, the museum and the publisher’s future plans. The Ineos Grenadier, a new take on the Land Rover Defender formula, is put under the spotlight, and the new BMW M3 is dissected. John McIlroy drives the new Porsche Cayenne GTS, and Hugo Griffiths answers more of your burning questions.
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This week Vicki Butler-Henderson talks to Caterham Cars CEO Graham Macdonald about racing and its electric future. Vicki, Steve Fowler and John McIlroy mull the week’s biggest news stories, including the all-new Vauxhall Mokka, green numberplates for EVs and the forthcoming Volkswagen ID.4. The team reveal the much-loved cars they wish they’d never sold, and Hugo Griffiths joins to answer more of your consumer questions.
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This week, Vicki Butler-Henderson talks sim racing with Jason Plato, who reveals the real-life F1 heroes he’s raced against - virtually. Vicki, Steve Fowler and John McIlroy ponder Volkswagen’s most important new car, the ID.3, the £65,000 Mercedes GLA and the new Citroen ë-C4. The team discuss the greatest concept cars of all time, and Hugo Griffiths joins to answer yet more of your questions.
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Ex-F1 and Le Mans star Mark Blundell joins Vicki Butler-Henderson, Steve Fowler and John McIlroy to reveal the secrets of his motorsport and business success - and the biggest crash of his career. The team analyse the future SUVs and electric sports cars from Lotus, and discuss the Volkswagen Arteon Shooting Brake. Plus, the cars we’d like to see imported - and deported - are put under the spotlight, and consumer editor Hugo Griffi...
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Vicki has an exclusive chat with BTCC boss Alan Gow on the series restarting, Jardine Motors CEO Neil Williamson talks about dealers reopening and the future of car retailing, Steve Fowler talks about the new BMW 4 Series and Sean Carson reveals Nissan's plans for a new Z car.
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Once again, podcast regulars Vicki Butler-Henderson, Steve Fowler and John McIlroy are joined by senior reviewer Sean Carson. The future of Aston Martin and the reasons for the failure of Dyson’s EV are both put under the spotlight, and the team discuss the next Mercedes SL and facelifted BMW 5 Series. We also hear about the cars the team think could make surefire investments - and the modern classics they wished they’d bought when...
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This week, podcast regulars Vicki Butler-Henderson, Steve Fowler and John McIlroy are joined by senior reviewer Sean Carson. The team discuss the next Panda, new 500 and the future of Fiat, as well as the latest Porsche 911 Targa. Steve lifts the lid on a forthcoming Kia EV that’ll be as fast as a Porsche Taycan, and another that’ll be as cheap as public transport. We hear about the best cars Sean has ever driven, and Lister Cars b...
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This week, Vicki Butler-Henderson, Steve Fowler and John McIlroy are joined by Lawrence Whittaker, the man behind Warrantywise and Lister Cars. The team discuss the all-new Skoda Enyaq electric SUV, and lift the lid on the story behind Britain’s new car registration figures. We hear the second part of Vicki and Steve’s exclusive chat with ex-F1 ace Mark Webber, while Lawrence spills the beans on the craziest warranty claims he’s se...
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