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 DS3 Crossback is a small, trendy crossover designed to do battle with the Mini Countryman, Audi Q2 and BMW X2.
A judge at Scotland’s highest civil court has said it would be “unprecedented” for an official to exercise powers to sign an Article 50 extension on behalf of Boris Johnson.
Renault is replacing its electric Zoe, with an all-new model that boosts the range from 186 to 242 miles.
The Q3 has been an absolute phenomenon for Audi, selling more than 1.1 million since it went on sale in 2011.
Scotland’s highest civil court is to hear arguments over whether the Prime Minister can be forced to extend Article 50.
The BMW X5 transformed the luxury SUV sector when it was launched 20 years ago.
Scientists who have completed a DNA investigation of the waters of Loch Ness have said that one theory about its fabled monster “remains plausible”.
What is it? Despite being resurrected by the Chinese firm SAIC Motor in 2007, MG has been out of the limelight in terms of new cars and, as of this summer, only three cars were on sale in the UK – the 3 supermini, the ZS compact crossover and its electric alternative.
Ford’s new Focus ST promises blistering performance when it goes on sale later this summer.