As with every EV, the electric power goes straight to the wheels with instant performance and it’s quick off the mark, says our columnist.
The Grenadier is designed to appeal to outdoor types, farmers and adventurers, says our columnist.
On the subject of fuel, you’ll need deep pockets if you want the Q8 in your drive, says our columnist.
Beauty, as we know, is in the eye of the beholder, says our columnist.
The EV9 marks the brand’s move into a new market of not just big electric power but is also aimed at premium customers, says our columnist.
Luck was on my side as I got hold of one of the last to come here, says our columnist.
It is a pretty rare car, but that will appeal to some, especially when they see the stylish package they get for their money, says our columnist.
The Ford Ranger Wildtrak has of nice touches like 20-inch alloys, leather seats and other luxury features you’d expect in an upmarket executive car.
In the case of the ZR-V the system was confused by the detritus and mud thrown up by the floods onto the sensors, says our columnist.
It is the best-looking EV on the road and knocks spots off its rival, the bland and uninspiring equivalent Tesla 3, says our columnist
When I was a wee laddie anything bearing the label “Made in China” meant it was cheap and unlikely to last longer than a couple of weeks.
If you’re looking for a stylish, innovative and clever car, you’d be hard pushed to find anything better than this year’s Scottish Car of the Year.
While the government – whoever it is after the next election – decides on electrification, it leaves potential new car buyers with a quandary.
Some things never get the recognition they deserve and on occasion that applies to the cars we drive.
In all my years of driving I’ve never thought that the interior mirror wasn’t doing its job properly, says our columnist.
It may be the fierce King of the Jungle but the lion is a friendly face for the owners of cars from French carmaker, says our columnist.
The Jeep may be the classic all-American beefy offroader but the latest model to bear the name is a complete contrast to that image.
In spite of all the government chopping and changing on electric car policy, manufacturers are pressing ahead with the change from petrol and diesel.
It’s not a car, it’s a quadricycle, powered by a tiny 8 horsepower electric motor and with a top speed of 28mph, if you’re lucky, says our columnist.
As the world is focused on electric power and zero emissions, there is still a place for big beefy machines, says our columnist.