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Following the warm welcome for the new generation Mazda3, the next in line for the brand is the CX-30 compact SUV. Mazda believes the new car could be(...)

The Ford Focus ST boasts a top speed of 250km/h

Everyone loves a fast Ford and the new 280bhp Focus ST is certainly fast. But can it be loved, when there is the spectre of a faster Focus RS lurking (...)

This 30th Anniversary version has a 2-litre engine with 184hp and 205nm, with emissions of 155g/km. The time for 0-100km/h takes 6.5 seconds.

It may be better remembered for the fall of the Berlin Wall, the end of the Cold War and even the birth of the world wide web. But 1989 was a mom(...)

Volkswagen Passat has been given a mid-life facelift that adds new technology plus a few subtle styling changes, ding in this estate version

The eighth generation Volkswagen Passat has been given a mid-life facelift that adds new technology plus a few subtle styling changes. A long-time fav(...)

The new Renault Zoe has a significantly redesigned platform that houses a larger 52kWh rechargeable battery pack

The Renault Zoe, Europe’s best selling electric car accounts for almost one in five EV sales. The new third generation Zoe car changes little on the o(...)

Tyre giant Continental has showcased a concept tyre that features tiny sensors embedded in the ContiSense tyre carcass that inform the car of the tyre’s health

In the midst of a connected world, the internet of things and devices that let you track your cat’s every move, smart tyre are coming. We shouldn’t re(...)

X Shore’s vessels are built by Storebro, one of the world’s most respected boat manufacturers.

The dogs in the street know electricity and water don’t mix. Only back in 1978 did the lethal combination have a positive outcome when the killer shar(...)

Volkswagen’s ID.3 electric car is its next big thing after the Beetle and Golf. This claim was made by Jürgen Stackman, Volkswagen board member at th(...)

Electrifi’s Norman Crowley with the Ferrari 308, now converted to electric power and capable of 0-100km/h in two  seconds.

A new Irish electric car company converting valuable classic cars to run on electricity is to invest €50 million over the next three years on a new op(...)

The converted Ferrari 308 “GTE” can do a sub 3 second 0-100km time if you can keep wheelspin in check. The simple fact is a performance EV can bring the horizon closer at a must faster rate of knots than a fossil fuel burning engine can

The sight of a well-fed middle-aged man trying to fit in an 1980s Italian supercar was never going to be pretty. Surprisingly the mid-engined Ferrari (...)

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