CAR Magazine: Jonathan Burn published articles

Earlier in the new year I was fortunate enough to spend several weeks down at CAR Magazine HQ in Peterborough. After several discussions (to prove I wasn’t a mole and I could actually write a decent article) I managed to bag myself a 2 week placement. During which time I was lucky enough to get a fair bit of my work put on their website – no easy feat with the praying eyes of Tim Pollard (now at MSN Cars) and Phil McNamara watching your every move and casting an eye over every word you type. Fortunately I didn’t seem to do much wrong and they tossed me in at the deep end, writing articles for the site, subbing work and creating SEO friendly headlines alongside staff writer and heavy tea drinker Ollie Kew.

Although the stories may be slightly out-of-date, they’re all handily listed below to save you from scouring the internet to find them – which of course you have already done, haven’t you?

All feedback welcome, just leave a comment at the bottom of the page.

Manufacturer winners and losers of 2012

VW budget brand close to production

Hyundai HCD-14 concept

Renault launch Nissan Juke rival

Audi Q7 (2013) spy shots

A glimmer of hope for Lotus

Lexus-IS (2013) first official pictures

Range Rover Evoque Sicilian yellow – first official pictures

Nissan Resonance Concept teaser

Renault Capture to be unveiled at Geneva

VW Bluecross first official pictures

Audi RS7 Sportback first official pictures

Lexus reveal IS 250 and 300h models

Mercedes S Class (2014) coupe – scoop

Porsche Panamera facelift spied at Nurburgring testing

Rolls Royce announce 2013 Wraith

Mercedes GLK Coupe (2016) – scoop

As you can see I was kept busy! I’ve also made plans to go down to EVO Magazine and Auto Express in the summer. There’s also the possibility of me heading down to TopGear Magazine HQ, currently in talks with them now. I’ll keep you posted. 

Thanks for Reading!

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