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No longer do you have to be ‘half-daft’ to contemplate living with an EV, reports Iain Robertson, as he has proven in the latest version of the Nissan Leaf, which promises in excess of 230-miles of range in a largely intelligent and intuitive car.
‘Being different’ is a calling-card for most Electric Vehicle (EV) manufacturers and ‘built-for-purpose’ is the raison d’etre behind BMW’s intriguing offering that Iain Robertson has now driven in ‘unassisted’, strictly electric form; he’s impressed!
While not the first off-the-blocks, Jaguar’s latest i-Pace is both style-centric and on-the-money inspirational, reports Iain Robertson, having taken his first drive of the newcomer that sets fresh standards in the premium Electric Vehicle (EV) market.
Life goes on at Land Rover, the profitable arm of the West Midlands-based JLR combine, highlights Iain Robertson, as the company rolls out a 400-off run of special editions to mark the 30th anniversary of the company’s finest off-roader.
As one of the world’s best-selling ‘sporty-utes’, Iain Robertson underscores the value of Toyota’s RAV4 to an already over-crowded sector of the new car scene, while ensuring that its role is strengthened in line with the firm’s energetic stance.
As we operate one of the most current and up-to-date automotive websites on the Internet, Iain Robertson summarises some of the minor news stories that we hope you will find interesting, while checking back through our growing archive, you will find more detailed information on many of the core subjects.
Calling it the first C-segment hot coupe, writes Iain Robertson, may be stretching credibility a touch but, armed with 272bhp, the new Fastback version of the South Korean carmaker’s popular i30 model is sure to turn heads and change opinions.
Ever since Land Rover deserted the ‘proper’ 4WD market, only three manufacturers have flown a more serious flag, states Iain Robertson, which underscores the value of SUVs in some respects but, focussing on the Merc, also narrows the field of choice.
VW has been earning a reputation as the consummate range-filler, resulting from its Group product breadth, reports Iain Robertson, as it rationalises its mid-size SUV offering, while dabbling in its immense availability of suitable components.
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