Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) are seen as a major element in car makers’ need to bring down fleet CO2 emissions. So, you might be surprised to hear that sales of such vehicles were down by around 20% last year compared with 2018.[Read more…] about Will 2020 be the Year of the Plug-in Hybrid Electric Car?
Park a MkIV Toyota Supra at a car show and, without a doubt, it will be bombarded with quote-happy spectators. Quips about 2JZs, overnight parts from Japan and smoking fellow motorists will fill the air like vape mist in no time at all, while social media streams will be afire with #Toyota #Supra #Supranation.[Read more…] about Automotive Reincarnations: Mitsubishi 3000 GT and Mercedes-AMG C43 Coupe
Electric cars are a buzzword right now, and with good reason. Pure electric cars are on the brink of making the transition from novelty to mainstream, with models such as the Kia e-Niro and Hyundai Kona Electric offering near-300 mile driving range in an affordable, sub-£35,000 car for the first time ever. Before 2019, you’d have been looking at twice that much money and a trip to a Tesla dealer for driving range anywhere near 300 miles.[Read more…] about Why 2019 is the Year of the Electric Car
Launched in 1997 on the original Sony PlayStation, Gran Turismo transformed the way enthusiasts thought about cars. European gamers’ eyes were opened to a whole new world of exotic Japanese performance models and educated in the ways of tuning and performance upgrades.[Read more…] about Top Five Used Cars for the Gran Turismo Generation