With well over the 200 mile mark now on offer from a variety of EVs, the choice is growing as quickly as the hair on Queen’s guitarist Brian May’s head.
Fear, trepidation, anticipation. Will I get home safely tonight or will the traffic get me.
Only here were talking about a different M3. The two sit well together, but only when the traffic is light and you can get a decent run in BMW’s powerhouse saloon. Continue reading
Originally launched as a utilitarian all-terrain vehicle in 2002, it’s morphed over the past 19 years into something much more likely to part your wallet from your back pocket. Continue reading
A shooting brake of old was designed to carry all the necessary equipment for the hoorah Henrys to blast any wildlife that was unfortunate enough to catch their eye.
Thankfully that’s a thing of the past in most of the UK, but the name has returned with Volkswagen’s Arteon, a car that combines the good looks of a coupe with the load-lugging capability of an estate car. Continue reading
Ibiza has been a significant part of the brand’s success since it was first introduced back in 1984 and, after 37 years, five generations and nearly six million sales, it‘s SEAT’s most successful vehicle to ever roll off the production line. Continue reading
And that’s all the more remarkable when you consider it’s built in China – a land noted more for flooding the internet with inferior products and not necessarily for building top notch motor cars.
Not till now anyway. Continue reading
That’s the claim of one of the big energy giants, with a few provisos thrown in, but it certainly makes a compelling case for electric car ownership. Continue reading
The Suzuki Swace can easily be mistaken for the former, as it’s based on the Toyota Corolla Hybrid estate – the second new model launched under a collaborative business agreement between the two Japanese manufacturers.
It’s a UK built car, at Toyota’s Derbyshire factory, but it’s been tweaked with new Suzuki front end treatment.
In a good way, of course. You are so well cocooned in the vast cockpit that the only sound you might pick up is the faint whine from the powerful electric motor working away somewhere underneath.