Michael Taylor

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 US president Donald Trump addresses the crowd during a campaign visit to Capital Region International Airport, Lansing, Michigan on Tuesday. Photograph: Jeffrey Sauger/EPA

Michael Taylor is a lifelong Republican. The mayor of Sterling Heights, a suburb in northern Detroit, has already cast his vote for Joe Biden. The re(...)

BMW Z4 M40i

Another week, and another new BMW put through its paces on and off the track. Last week we reported on the flagship 8-Series coupe. This week it’s som(...)

The 8 Series is all about going places. Quickly.

The pressure is on for even mainstream premium cars to go faster and faster. And the German premium brands are locked in a spiral of chasing speed wit(...)

The last major piece of Volkswagen’s SUV puzzle will not be as small or as cynical as first thought. Instead of a high-rise Polo, the T-Cross promises(...)

Michael Taylor was given a life sentence by the Central Criminal Court in 2011 after he was found guilty by majority verdict of the feud related murder of Paul Kelly.

A convicted murderer has been fined €99 after her was was caught with a mobile phone in his prison cell. Michael Taylor (36), from Summerhill in Dub(...)

Behind the wheel of the new Porsche 911 R

In an era when 911 Carreras are as soft as a 1960s Citroën and the GT3 RS prioritises lappery above all else, Porsche had left itself an open hole fo(...)

Does Maserati’s first SUV have to be better than everything from Audi, BMW, Jaguar, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche and Range Rover? Or does it just have to be(...)

The SLC is thought of within Mercedes as a sports car for hard-edged drivers, even though the rest of the automotive world knows those people either n(...)

Kia Telluride: three-row seven-seater with reverse-opening rear doors. Photograph: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg

Kia’s evolution from an affordable car brand into a full-line, completely credible mainstream front-runner looks complete with the debut of the seven(...)

New Mercedes-Benz E-Class: will be lighter, spec for spec, than its predecessor, and an array of eight engines will provide the motivation, led by a fuel-sipping 2.1-litre turbodiesel four with a claimed 3.9 litres/100km NEDC consumption figure.

It’s about to be a whole new world for Mercedes-Benz’s mid-sized mainstay, with the all-new E-Class debuting in Detroit a week after its top-secret im(...)

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