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To understand hybrids, we must first go back 14 billion years, to precisely three minutes after the Big Bang. Since those first few moments, matter has been mingling, bonding, binding and fusing into hybrids – at first to form atoms, then elements and compounds and the building blocks of life as we know it. In other words, hybrids are as old as time itself.
‘Badge engineering’ is a rather flowery term for a practice used by carmakers the world over. It refers to a manufacturer taking another brand’s car and changing little more than a few cursory styling details, the name, colour and trim options, and the badges.
Pat Orr has lived a proudly independent life. With an active work and social life, no-fuss attitude and workhorse mentality, Pat, now 78, has fought to stay as independent as possible after she was diagnosed last year with motor neurone disease (MND).
David Christie points across the Forth estuary to the Lothian coastline.
Around a fifth (19%) of motorists have taken penalty points for another driver, a survey suggests.
What is it? Just when you thought Audi couldn’t stretch its range any further, along comes the Q8, an answer to a question no one really was asking. Like spilt water spreading to fill every crevice, Audi is working its way towards critical mass by taking a rolling pin to its line-up and spreading it wafer thin.
The behaviour of a biker who was chased by police for miles at speeds up to 125mph was “frankly ridiculous and posed a real danger to other road users”, officers have said.
Volvo has taken the wraps off its smart new S60 saloon – a sporty new offering and ‘one of the most exciting Volvo cars we’ve made’.
The roof is down, wind is ruffling through my hair and the sun is twinkling on the waters off Scotland’s west coast.
Two global superpowers of car manufacturing, Ford and the Volkswagen Group, are exploring the possibility of collaborating on joint projects.