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Drivers call for MOT to consider emissions of electric vehicles

As the move towards electric vehicles gathers pace and a greater focus is being placed on the charging network required, new research among UK motorists reveals that a significant proportion believe that the MOT should evolve in parallel with new technology.

Over half of Brits admit to getting frisky in their car

If you have ever wondered what gets the British people’s motors running, now we know.

Saving the best ‘til last: The Lotus Elise and Exige Final Edition cars

This year marks the end of an era for Lotus Cars. As the business moves towards an exciting future as outlined in recent announcements, time is being called on production of the iconic Elise and the genre-creating Exige, after 25 and 21 years respectively.

Back to the future: ŠKODA re-imagines design icons for makeover project

ŠKODA’s design team has unveiled images of a new project that aims to give the brand’s most iconic models a dramatic makeover.

Rimac C_Two fine-tuned for road and track

The Rimac C_Two isn’t just a hypercar, it’s an electric GT hypercar; it must be comfortable for long journeys but faster than most purpose-built racing cars on the track.

Electricity becomes human in this alternative Super Bowl EV ad

A Los Angeles-based production company, led by Director Jeremy Heslup has created an alternative Super Bowl advert, starring a mysterious ‘Mr. E’ and a 2021 Porsche Taycan Turbo electric vehicle (EV).

All-new Vauxhall Mokka brings bold style and advanced powertrains to B-SUV sector

The new Mokka features a bold new design language and is available as a BEV (Battery Electric Vehicle) or with a choice of efficient petrol and diesel engines, with class-leading levels of technology and a stylish new design language.

All-electric Mercedes-Benz EQA now available to order

The all-electric Mercedes-Benz EQA is now on sale, with the entry-level EQA 250 Sport priced from £40,495 on-the-road including the plug-in car grant* (£43,495 excluding PiCG).

Driver stereotypes smashed (and reinforced) in new research

New research by a leading driving experience provider – – has turned some driver stereotypes on their head, including the surprise finding that American muscle cars are actually incredibly popular with middle-aged women.