Automobile

New Volkswagen California Edition 2018 review

New Volkswagen California Edition 2018 review

Home is where you park it. As our American road trip feature recently revealed, the California nameplate has been a fixture in the VW range since 1988 – and it’s as popular now as it was back then. The latest addition to the California range […]

Land Rover Discovery production moved to Slovakia

Land Rover Discovery production moved to Slovakia

Land Rover has announced production of the Discovery SUV will relocate from its plant in Solihull to the firm’s new facility in Nitra, Slovakia. The move will allow Land Rover to redevelop its facility in Solihull for a new generation of electrified cars. Shifting Discovery […]

New Peugeot 508 2018 review

New Peugeot 508 2018 review

Sales of conventional saloon cars have been falling for over a decade. So much so, in fact, that even premium manufacturers like BMW and Audi have attempted to diversify with stylish four-door coupes, sports cars and SUVs. To combat this demise, Peugeot has completely reinvented […]

New Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo concept review

New Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo concept review

Porsche has big plans for its future range of electrified cars. Over £5 billion has been invested in the technology, a redesigned factory sits in the heart of Stuttgart and 25 per cent of Porsches by 2025 will be electrified in some way – Porsche […]

“Jaguar’s electric I-Pace can transform the brand”

“Jaguar’s electric I-Pace can transform the brand”

Jaguar’s new I-Pace has been four-and-a-half years in the making and, as you’ll read in our review (link further down the page), it’s certainly been worth waiting for. The electric SUV is the birthchild of Dr. Wolfgang Ziebart, JLR’s technical design director. After 23 years at […]

‘South Korean car firms are itching to head north’

‘South Korean car firms are itching to head north’

Before the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, Eastern Bloc countries churned out cars that were largely lousy. Skodas were the best of the bunch, but still crude. Factory-fresh Dacias drove/broke down like high-mile motors on the way out. Yugos were upholstered skateboards… only slower. Trabants […]

Long-term test review: Citroen C3 Aircross

Long-term test review: Citroen C3 Aircross

Mileage: 695 Economy: 37.0mpg Before I got my hands on the keys to our striking Citroen C3 Aircross, I wasn’t sure I was going to take to the small SUV’s slightly unusual styling. But when I went along to the Robins and Day London West Citroen dealership […]

McLaren teases potential 570LT with up to 600bhp likely

McLaren teases potential 570LT with up to 600bhp likely

McLaren has confirmed that it has an all-new production model up its sleeve, teasing its next creation with a preview image and video clip released across the firm’s social media platforms. The single teaser image is a glimpse of the new car’s rear end, with […]

New Mercedes A 180 d 2018 review

New Mercedes A 180 d 2018 review

The Mercedes A-Class has come a long way in 21 years. Starting life as a clever – albeit dowdy – mini MPV. The latest fourth generation model, however, cuts a sharp, aggressive figure that Mercedes hopes will entice younger buyers to the brand. We drove the […]

MAN TGE van review

MAN TGE van review

The large panel van sector has a new arrival in the shape of the MAN TGE. German company MAN Truck & Bus is an established truck manufacturer that today is part of the Volkswagen Group, but the arrival of the TGE marks its first venture […]