The Audi TT Roadster looks so much like a sports car that it seems perfectly reasonable to review it as such. With its fabric hood stowed it looks low and wide. Viewed head-on it could only be more purposeful if it was baring teeth.[Read more…] about Audi TT Roadster (2019) Review: A True Sports Car?
You could be forgiven for overlooking the Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4 when it was unveiled in August 2010. It looked just like any other 3008, for starters, and its use of a hybrid drivetrain would likely have proved unremarkable to many. After all, the likes of Lexus had been ploughing the now-rich hybrid SUV furrow in the UK with its RX since June 2005.[Read more…] about Automotive Reincarnations: Audi Duo and Peugeot 3008 Hybrid4
On the 13th of August, 1959, a Volvo PV544 was delivered to a dealership in the Swedish town of Kristianstad. At a glance, few would have noticed anything particularly special about it – the PV544 itself had been unveiled in 1958, after all, and was a revised version of the preceding PV444 that had been revealed in 1944.[Read more…] about Automotive Anniversary: 60 Years of the Three-Point Seat Belt
Anybody who sets out to chronicle the super-saloon genre is faced with a similar problem to those who write about north-south motorways in England’s bottom-left quarter. That is, it’s very easy to disregard everything else and become totally obsessed with the M5.[Read more…] about Evolution of the Super-Saloon: From Alpina B7 to Mercedes AMG E63 S
It doesn’t seem so long ago that the new car market bounced from one month of record registrations to the next. However, as we move through 2019 the seemingly never-ending political uncertainty, increased taxes and a lack of clarity over the future of diesel continue to take their toll.[Read more…] about The Best-Selling New Cars of 2019