Jason Barlow, British GQ

Jason Barlow

British GQ

Englishtown, NJ, United States

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Past:
  • British GQ
  • Top Gear

Past articles by Jason:

Tesla parts, classic hearts: the rise of vintage cars with an electric upgrade

A fresh generation of EV engineers are rebuilding automotive works of art with modern power units, bringing nostalgia (and classic good looks) into a whole new era → Read More

The new Mercedes SL will show you a good time

Driving the latest Mercedes SL reboot is exactly the kind of fast and pleasurable experience you want from a supercar. → Read More

Hyundai's Genesis line rewrites the book on landing new buyers

With a disruptive business model and EVs to follow, the Hyundai stablemate has arrived in Britain → Read More

The Kimera EVO37 makes a Lancia legend great again

Kimera's restomod crew has revitalised the Lancia 037, a scorching rally icon → Read More

Move aside, Tesla... the Hyundai Ioniq 5 is this year’s hottest hatch

With advanced tech, packs of power and looks to thrill, the uber-cool Hyundai Ioniq 5 takes the EV game to Elon → Read More

The Mercedes-Benz EQS leads the charge in luxury EV

Steered by science, the Mercedes-Benz EQS is at the top of the electric vehicle game → Read More

The new Range Rover is the most high-tech iteration of the car ever produced – and it looks sublime too

The king of cars, Range Rover, has spanned just five generations over its 51-year history – and the latest scion of this stentorian line of SUVs marks the perfect next step for the car. → Read More

The Lamborghini Huracán STO is remarkable and road-legal

Imagine a 5.2-litre V10 rocket ship producing 631bhp, but with F1 levels of downforce. Yes, that's what Lamborghini have made. → Read More

The Piëch GT is coming… remember the name

It's got heritage, hardcore EV power and looks that kill. Honestly, 2024 can't come soon enough for the Piëch GT → Read More

The Rimac Nevera pushes EV power to new frontiers

The Croatian-made Rimac Nevera has a carbon-fibre body over its 1,888bhp powertrain. It is a force to be reckoned with, says Jason Barlow → Read More

Sir Paul Smith on his latest Mini collaboration: ‘The car is full of little tricks’

Sir Paul Smith has driven a Mini for 20 years and his latest collaboration with the brand has birthed something wonderful in the form of the Mini Strip. → Read More

Audi’s new Skysphere concept is a sleek, shapeshifting vision of the future of electric vehicles

Set to debut at Pebble Beach this week, Audi’s Skysphere EV concept is actually two cars in one: with a transformable wheelbase, the car can shift between “Sport” and “GT” modes. Both are art deco-inflected pictures of luxury. → Read More

The Aston Martin V12 Speedster is an expression of pure racing energy, minus a windscreen

But don't let that put you off. Far from a mouthful of flying insects, the Aston Martin V12 Speedster is more likely to deliver you a thrill like few other cars on the market. → Read More

The new Ferrari 812 Competizione: internal combustion at its most mind-boggling

Reports of the death of the Italian V12 have been greatly exaggerated… and thank heavens for that! → Read More

Formula One’s champion V16 roars back into life

Although few now will recall British Racing Motors, its Type 15 single-seater is making itself heard again. And how... → Read More

The Bentley Continental GT Speed is simply… epic!

Don't worry, Bentley haven't made a track car… But the new Continental GT Speed doesn't know that. → Read More

Lamborghini has finally launched its first hybrid

Well, technically. But the Sián’s prize V12 still does the grunt work → Read More

How Aston Martin got back on track in Formula One

Following a £500 million rescue deal, Aston Martin has fresh financial clout and, after 60 years away from the grid, a place in Formula One. → Read More

The new Mercedes S-Class is great from the back seat, but better at the wheel

From HUD to headrests, the Mercedes’ new S-Class schools the competition on smarts, speed and style → Read More

‘When I finished my first race, I couldn’t stand up straight’: Williams’ George Russell on breaking into Formula One

George Russell’s ascent since stepping up to drive for Mercedes in the Sakhir Grand Prix in December last year has been dizzying. Now, as he returns to Bahrain for the first race of the new Formula One season, he spoke to GQ about Williams’ new ownership, Toto Wolff and establishing himself at his sport’s highest level. → Read More