MANY have tried, some have failed miserably, but the lucrative premium new car market has a new contender.
Genesis, a luxury offshoot of Hyundai, has lined up a range of decent looking vehicles to try and wrest sales from the likes of Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz, the acknowledged market leaders.
IF you need a clincher to sway you towards electric car ownership then the pace of improvement in range should do it.
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.
Audi are predicting that their Q4 Sportback e-tron will become the second best selling model in their range, such is the surge in demand for electric SUVs that can walk the walk. Continue reading
ELECTRIC cars have a reputation for being quiet – but Audi’s e-tron Sportback takes it to almost funereal levels.
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.
IN one way, shape and many forms, Audi’s ‘3’ has been around for quite some time – and it’s been doing good business for them.
With SUVs growing in popularity with every passing month, the latest variant, the Q3 Sportback, looks a nailed on certainty to carry on the sales success on looks alone.
Q3 is the company’s fifth best seller in the UK and its new sportified body gives it a classier, sleeker look. Continue reading