Neil Briscoe

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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(...)

Ford F-150: goes electric and could be a transformative car

You could argue that having an endorsement from US president Joe Biden is as bad as it is good for the new all-electric Ford F-150 pickup truck. After(...)

The newest Octavia RS arrives looking none-more-cop-spec

I am obsessed with Line of Duty, the BBC police drama in which bent coppers are investigated, OCG vehicles trigger ambushes, and the magisterial Adria(...)

The Opel Vivaro-e is easy to drive, comfortable (even on long journeys), and has a usefully square, tall, loadbay (plus sliding doors on both sides, which helps). It’s also fast to charge when you need it to be.

We all, surely, now know of the phenomenon of “range anxiety”? That sweaty, prickly feeling of driving a battery-powered electric car and not being en(...)

By the midpoint of 2022, at least some of the bottleneck in semiconductor supplies should have subsided. Photograph: Getty Images

For want of a shoe a horse was lost. The old mnemonic that warns one to prepare down to the smallest details for every eventuality apparently didn’t (...)

The Kodiaq in Sportline trim is big, imposing, and impressive looking, with 20-inch alloy wheels, a mildly chunky bodykit, and some rather fetching grey paint work that does look slightly as if someone applied primer but no top coat

If these are indeed the last days of the old-school combustion engine, then Skoda is surely in line for the job of class prefect. The once-laughable C(...)

Volkswagen’s Klaus Zellmer: ‘We have a trend in society where people, younger people especially, are less willing to commit to purchasing a car.’

Klaus Zellmer wants to change the way you buy a car. In fact, he doesn’t want you to buy a car at all, if you don’t fancy it. He’d be quite happy for (...)

While VW hasn’t announced Irish prices yet, based on German prices itwould probably pitch the car at €55,000-€60,000 in Ireland

This is the moment we’ve been waiting, steadily, ever since Volkswagen announced its all-electric destiny, for the sporty models - the GTIs with batte(...)

If – and it’s a big if – e-fuel production can be ramped up, using only renewable energy, then maybe there’s something in this. File photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP via Getty

For more than a decade, there has been a heavy weight resting on the consciences of all car enthusiasts. That is the knowledge that for every kilometr(...)

On longer journeys  you will appreciate  the Cupra Leon’s  high-quality cabin and    high-backed bucket seats

If Cupra has a problem it’s that people kind of half-know what it means. Seat has been using Cupra as its hot-car brand for well over a decade. For a (...)

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