Of all the cars we’ve had parked outside Flush the Fashion Towers in the past 12 months none have attracted as much attention as the Volvo C30 did last week.
The 2011 Picanto is not just another faceless ‘they all look the same’ modern car, it has bumps and corners and other shapes too.. we take it for a spin.
From the outside the car is very cool.. The crease along the side makes it reminiscent of a cross between a Picasso Cubism Portrait and a paper aeroplane.
Around the city this is a fun car and with just 95g/km CO2 emissions. You won’t need to pay the congestion charge either.
Drive into a garage in a Volkswagen and the mechanic will usually scratch his chin, give it a once over and say something along the lines of ‘Good cars these…’
Since Škoda were bought by VW in 1991 they’ve been continually building better and better cars. A great example of this is the Škoda Roomster.
I was expecting the The Fiesta Econetic that arrived at Flush the Fashion to be green, I Just wasn’t expecting it to be so greeeeen.
The Audi A3 1.6TDI Diesel is a great car, the one we had was ‘Brilliant’. Read our review.
The 102EX Phantom is Rolls Royce’s new electric car. It looks beautiful but there are a few problems to iron out, especially if you have a busy social life.
The iGO Anywhere is for when you have to go out with your laptop or mobile (or virtually any electronic device) and really (really) don’t want to run out of power. Win one!
The Chevrolet Volt has been making waves in the USA since it’s launch last December. Find out why it’s more than just your average electric car.
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