BMW has revealed details of the electric powertrain underpinning its upcoming i4.
The Bloodhound land speed record team has smashed through yet another milestone by achieving a successful 628mph run.
Honda has rolled out a host of upgrades to its Civic hatchback ahead of 2020.
Mitsubishi has given its Mirage hatchback a fresh set of tweaks ahead of 2020.
Ford has revealed its all-electric Mustang Mach-E — its rival to the Tesla Model X and Jaguar I-Pace.
What is it? Caterham’s line-up has expanded in recent years, with variations of its iconic Seven appearing thick and fast. There are supercharged cars, turbocharged cars and cars which follow a familiar formula, like this – the 420R. Utilising a Ford-sourced engine and featuring a track-focused equipment package, it has been created for those who like to inject a bit of motorsport pedigree into their road car.
What is it? The Honda S200 is one of the most iconic roadsters of all time and was produced from 1999 to 2009 – proving itself immensely popular during the entirety of its production time. But what makes it so special? The engine’s a crucial part of this, with the 2.0-litre, naturally-aspirated petrol engine producing 237bhp – though we’ll come to this a little bit later.
In 2020, we look set for an incredibly exciting year for cars. Though autonomy and the demise of petrol and diesel are on the lips of the industry, there’s still a lot for the enthusiast and casual observer to look forward to on the horizon — particularly as the electric race heats up.
What is it? For driving enthusiasts, Porsche makes some of the most desirable cars on the planet. The 911 might be the halo model, but the smaller, nimbler and more approachable Cayman, with its optimal mid-engined layout and compact dimensions, is just as sought after.
Audi is due to debut a pair of electrified models at the upcoming Los Angeles Motor Show.