What is it? It’s easy to understand why car manufacturers are combining hybrid technology and SUVs. The interest in both, after all, is at a fever pitch – so it makes sense to amalgamate the two. One of the latest examples is the Q5 55 TFSI e – the car we’re testing today – and it’s been designed to offer everything people love about a mid-sized SUV with the lower running costs that an electrified powertrain theoretically brings.
The crossover segment is going from strength to strength with each passing day. It’s why nearly every manufacturer now offers one, with even premium carmakers trying to grab a slice of the action.
The cold weather is firmly with us and though it’s easy to see some effects that a fall in temperature has on driving, how it changes the way your car works is a little trickier to observe.
Drivers may be voiding their car insurance policies by failing to do five simple things, which could lead to an insurer refusing to pay out in the event of an incident or even cancelling the policy flat-out.
What is it? Mercedes-Benz has built a reputation for making incredibly focused super-coupes, and the AMG GT continues that trend. Updated for 2019, the GT C Roadster we’re testing here is just one step down from the full track-focused GT R, with some of its trick performance upgrades in a relatively more road-sensible package.
Demand for new cars fell 1.3% last month, the automotive industry said.
Shares in Aston Martin have rocketed after reports billionaire Lawrence Stroll is mulling a major investment in the luxury car maker.
The number of premium cars being stolen has doubled over the last five years, according to new research.
Triumph’s new Tiger 900 has been released with a bigger engine and more tech than before.
Ford has announced a collaboration with fast-food chain McDonald’s to convert dried coffee bean skins into material for car parts.