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VW Touareg R PHEV: The all-wheel drive SUV has the full panopoly of off-road features, including specific drive settings for gravel and sand.

Another week, another plug. It’s fair to say at this stage I’ve recharged a lot more batteries in 2021 than I’ve filled fuel tanks. As is the current(...)

What is luxury in a car? It can mean different things to different people. Photograph: iStock

According to Bill Bryson, human evolution has been one long journey to find more luxury. From breaking our backs just to survive as primitive early hu(...)

The Aston Martin DBX: arguably the best of the current high-end SUV crop.

To say that Aston Martin stands at a crossroads would be inaccurate. Inaccurate mostly because that would imply that the famed maker of sports cars an(...)

Skoda Superb.

While electric cars – that is, those driven along solely by their batteries – get all the publicity, it’s arguable that, for many of us, a plug-in hyb(...)

‘For an average car, it costs around €1,400 to do a full-body wrap,’ says Kon Makovoy of wrapping specialists Car Style. Photograph: iStock

Jay-Z has a Pagani Zonda Roadster. Drake has a Rolls-Royce Phantom. Cardi B has a Bentley Bentayga. Nicki Minaj has a Lamborghini Aventador Roadster. (...)

Aston Martin DBX: Performance is pretty impressive – 0-100km/h in 4.5 seconds, and a top speed of 291km/h

Aston Martin has already confirmed that at least a handful of Irish buyers have shown an interest in the new DBX SUV. Aston Martin’s first-ever big, p(...)

Peugeot, which recently announced record 2018 financial results, is celebrating at the Geneva motor show by giving debuts to its new 208 supermini and(...)

New Bentley Continental GT: Power comes from the 6.0-litre W12 turbo engine, a massive 630hp of it. We’d describe it as ‘thundering’ if only it weren’t so quiet.

Renewed for this year, and entirely new under the skin, Bentley’s bruiser is now closely related to the Porsche Panamera and it feels all the better f(...)

The Irish team comprises 47 student engineers, physicists, computer scientists and designers from DCU, Trinity, UCD, DIT, IT Carlow and Maynooth University.   Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A team of Irish students are putting the final touches to a pod which they hope will travel at a speed of 540km/h in Elon Musk’s Hyperloop test track (...)

It might be lighter than the old one (to the tune of 106kg) but the new Volkswagen Touareg remains the biggest and most imposing vehicle from Wolfsbur(...)

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