Triumph has lifted the lid on its new Street Triple RS.
An electric vehicle is said to be the ‘ideal choice’ for nearly a fifth for new car buyers in the UK.
What is it? The XC60 is the middle child of the Volvo SUV range. There’s the massive XC90 above and the crossover-esque XC40 below. That means it could either be a dull compromise between the two or the Goldilocks option, perfectly combining practicality without being too huge on the road.
Crooks in Germany may be about to have a much harder time escaping the police, thanks to this one-off Audi RS4.
What is it? BMW has filled almost every niche possible – ranging from family hatchbacks to luxury SUVs. But the crossover segment still holds a strong place in the market, and the German firm has been capitalising on that with the X1. Its entry-level SUV was introduced in its current form in 2015, and here we have the 2019 update.
Audi is due to debut a pair of electrified models at the upcoming Los Angeles Motor Show.
What is it? British drivers love the Nissan Juke. Since it was introduced in 2010, almost 300,000 units have been delivered to customers on our shores and it’s not likely to slow down with this all-new model.
Toyota’s Gazoo Racing motorsport division will unveil its latest road car in January — the GR Yaris.
For most of us regular beings, a supercar is already out of reach. These exclusive machines are a rare breed, and demand the kind of prices only the one per cent can ever dream of being able to afford.
What is it? Though electrification is being applied to cars for the city and urban environments, Volvo is keen to stress that big, heavy estate cars are just as ready for some battery-powered support as any. It’s why mild-hybrid technology is being applied across the firm’s range or, in the V90 T8’s case, full hybrid tech. We’re testing it out to see how a big estate car copes with a battery-electric powertrain and whether or not it detracts from the overall experience.