Pictures of the new Lotus Evija being put through development testing have today been released, giving us a closer look at the firm’s upcoming all-electric supercar.
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.
Lamborghini has taken the covers off a rear-wheel-drive version of its Huracan Evo supercar.
Bagging a future classic is quite a hard game to play. Sure, some cars may seem appealing or an interesting choice to make now, but it’s hard to know how values and demand will be down the line.
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.
Mercedes-Benz has revealed its latest GLA — the second generation of the crossover model.
Mini’s high-performance GP John Cooper Works will be offered from £34,995, the firm has revealed.
Making the decision to buy and run an electric car is currently one of the trickiest for those in the market for a new motor.
Some delivery vans could be emitting 17 times the emissions produced by the cleanest models, a new survey has found.
What is it? Though it’s hard to ignore the overwhelming success of the SUV, Hyundai believes that there’s still a place for the humble city car and it’s why it has introduced this – the all-new i10. It’s a completely new version of the firm’s most compact offering yet has been designed to give owners more space and practicality than ever before without forsaking that all-important dinky size which makes city driving a little easier.