Harry Metcalfe isn't exactly in love with the turbocharged 2016 Porsche 911 Carrera S. He complains about turbo lag and a lack of throttle response compared to the previous naturally aspirated engine.
Harry Metcalfe has left the comfort of his home in the English countryside to fly down to Italy and drive the Ferrari 488 GTB for our entertainment. The least we could do is watch the video to see what he has to say.
Harry Metcalfe explains why his Jaguar Project 7 is a very special roadster in the latest video from Harry's Garage.
Harry Metcalfe drives his 1980 Jaguar XJ-S V12 a thousand miles from England to Monaco for an Octane cover story, proving in the grandest of Eighties style that he's braver (or just more optimistic) than the rest of us.
Harry Metcalfe is rounding out his collection of '80s European supercars with an '89 Porsche 911 Turbo, and he explains in his new video why these are a wonderful challenge to drive.
Harry Metcalfe loves Lamborghinis. In his latest video, he drives the new Huracan and parks it next to his Countach to see how the two Italians stack up.
Harry Metcalfe is not only the editor emeritus of Evo magazine, but he also helped Jaguar Land Rover set up its Special Vehicle Operations division that made the new Range Rover Sport SVR. Little wonder then that he got his driving gloves on it before the rest of us. And we're glad he brought along a video camera or two.
Jaguar only made about 10,000 XJ Coupes in the 1970s, and only a couple thousand of them had the V12 engine. Former Evo editor Harry Metcalfe just so happens to have a peach of an example in his garage, and shows us around in this latest video.
Former Evo editor Harry Metcalfe lives a pretty fantastic life when it comes to automobiles. When he's not in England driving around in a 1954 Land Rover Series 1 or a recently purchased 1987 Ferrari Testarossa, he's in the south of France with his 1993 Mercedes-Benz SL600, which is the focus of his latest Harry's Garage video.
Harry Metcalfe, of Evo fame, got our attention earlier this week with a review of the 1954 Series I Land Rover. Today, he's gone a bit more... '80s.
If we know our history of automotive journalism, Evo magazine owes its existence to one Harry Metcalfe. The British supercar owner and enthusiast started the publication back in 1998 and served for many years as its editor and then editorial director. But after some two decades at the helm, Harry's stepped back, leaving the magazine to Nick Trott and his staff to run. So what's he up to now? Why, he's launched his own YouTube channel, of course.