“Any car-maker can electrify a car. Only Ford can electrify a Mustang.” That’s the – admittedly quite good – line from Stuart Rowley, President of Ford of Europe. He was talking at the European debut of the Mustang Mach-E, which took place in London. And he has a good point: even when it comes to launching cutting-edge technology, having something with the heritage of the Mustang in your stable counts for an awful lot.[Read more…] about Ford Mustang Mach-E: Riding in one of 2020’s hottest electric cars
About a year ago I wrote a story for the CarGurus blog about how the BMW i3 was somewhat like a reincarnation of the Audi A2. Perhaps it isn’t surprising then, that when time came to replace my own A2 that it was the BMW that got the nod.[Read more…] about Why I Bought a Used BMW i3: Long term test of a 2015 i3 REX
Many people will be familiar with how a smartphone’s battery can degrade over time. It can seem like that after barely a year of ownership, we’re all scanning for spare plug sockets as we walk into pubs, cafes and waiting lounges since our phones won’t even last a day without recharging.[Read more…] about How to Look After Your Electric Car Battery
It might have made its debut nigh-on five years ago but BMW’s i8 is still as dramatic and arresting today as it was at launch – and is now an excellent used buy. Its swooping, futuristic styling still elicits thoughts that it’s just teleported in from a science fiction movie and if you decide to take the plunge you better get used to lots of attention from passersby.[Read more…] about BMW i8: Is this the Best Used Sports Car of 2019?
The Geneva Motor Show might not be Europe’s biggest, but when it comes to exciting new metal there is nothing to beat it. This year is no exception, with a range of brand-new vehicles to suit all tastes and budgets, from a concept that previews the next Fiat Panda, to a £9.5 million Bugatti. Here, we’ve asked our team of writers to each choose their favourite car of the show.[Read more…] about Geneva Motor Show 2019: Our Star Cars