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The new C40 EV forms a cornerstone of Volvo’s plans to become a fully-electric brand by 2030, as the company says that ‘climate change is the ultimate safety test.’

The new C40 will be the first Volvo model to be sold entirely as an electric car. Essentially, it’s a coupe version of the XC40 SUV, with a sleeker ro(...)

A Sierra-derived Capril

“It’s a little difficult describing what it was like to work in a place where two, maybe three out of every four cars you saw was a Ford. There almost(...)

We’re just a day from the full and official reveal of the new Mercedes-Benz C-Class saloon, but the internet has worked its wily magic and winkled out(...)

In a world of pandemic grey, a Paddywagon green car is always going to stand out. And Opel is out to make a statement with its new Mokka. For a brand (...)

The new DS 4 car: the latest French assault on the German-dominated Matterhorn known as the premium car game

This is the new DS 4. Note, not Citroën DS 4 – DS has been a standalone brand since 2015, in spite of the fact that its greatest creation, the origina(...)

Audi’s e-Tron GT looks   like a cross between an A7 and a TT coupe

After what seems like a decade of teasing (actually it’s only been a few months, but everything feels like decades right now, doesn’t it?) Audi has fu(...)

Tesla has flipped the screen to a horizontal view, but it’s the cut steering wheel that will be the talking point.

Tesla has upgraded its long-running Model S luxury electric saloon, with more power but less steering wheel. The Model S, which has been around since(...)

You do start to wonder whether Land Rover ought to start selling an optional paper bag – with precisely located bespoke eyeholes – with each Range Rov(...)

Audi’s electric Formula E racer Lucas Di Grassi on the e-Tron GT: “For me, is the best all around car I’ve ever driven”

As with everything since last March, we can’t actually go to the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas this year, but major car makers are none(...)

Click and deliver rules mean click and drive right from your home, and it’s the way of the future. Photograph: iStock

1. It’s DEFINITELY the year to go electric As we move steadily towards the 2030 deadline for the end of new diesel and petrol engine sales, there’s a(...)

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