If you’re going to make an entrance to a growing automotive sector– this is how you do it. Jaguar’s first foray into the all-electric…
Few electric cars have caused as much of a furore as the Tesla Model 3. It’s been teased and talked about, previewed and – not least – plagued by production issues that saw the European launch date pushed back repeatedly.
Some cars come along and leave a truly lasting impression, like the McLaren 570GT, Alfa Romeo’s Giulia Quadrifoglio Verde, the Volkswagen Arteon, Suzuki’s new Jimny, Honda’s Civic Type-R and the Hyundai 130N Performance.
ith battery-powered vehicles coming at us left, right and centre, it’s a little odd that BMW has taken so long to bring us the MINI Electric (called ‘Cooper SE’ in other markets) –
Available now, from £37,295 (‘First Edition’). Now only offered as an all-electric model, the 2020 KIA Soul EV is a serious competitor in a rapidly-expanding, …
Coupes are inherently good-looking and, beyond the occasional eccentricity, the Q60’s gorgeous profile and organic lines signal a great return by the niche car maker. The Q60 coupe is based on the Q50 saloon and certainly stands out in its own way.
Skoda sells the Citigo in either three or five-door guises, which is more than you can expect from many of it’s A-segment rivals as most tend to offer one body style due to costs.
It’s the sort of car you could drive to the ends of the Earth – and back, should the mood so take you. The kind of car that, once in its sumptuous clutches you would never want to get out of – for each, and all – of your remaining days.
Fiat has launched the latest iteration of its well-proven ‘Cinquecento’ theme with the 500X, a five-door, soft-road crossover. With a real-world starting price of £14,595, it is in showrooms now and goes head-to-head with rivals such as Nissan’s oddball Juke, the uninspiring Renault Captur and Peugeot’s affable 2008.