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Is The Quirky Renault Twizy EV Worth Getting In 2021?

Depending on how you look at it (technically, it’s a quadricycle), the Renault Twizy remains the cheapest electric car on sale in the UK. But it hasn’t really sold that well. Since its launch in 2012, the French two-seater has only managed to shift 30,000 examples as of 2019. So, Top Gear TV alumnus Rory […]

Sure, Rimac’s Nevera Is Ultra Fast In A Straight Line, But Will It Drift?

Rimac has been making quite a few headlines of late, and for good reason. Their latest hypercar, the all-electric Nevera, has already set an unofficial quarter-mile record, decimating a Ferrari SF90 Stradale in the process. Now the team that bought us that drag race, Carwow, is back again, with a more in-depth review of the […]

James May Tests Out The Latest Dacia Sandero…Against His Own Bicycle

James May has always been a big fan of the Dacia Sandero and in a recent review for Drive Tribe, has pitted it against his very own bicycle in a rather unusual test. The Sandero tested is a mid-range variant that costs a touch under £10,000 in the UK and while the Sandero is available […]

The Ford Mustang GT500 Might Be As Powerful As The Hulk, But It’s As Clever As Bruce Banner

Thanks to its enormously powerful supercharged engine, there is a risk that the Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 could come across like a big, dumb brute. And while the GT500 certainly has the Hulkish strength you might expect from it, it’s by no means stupid. As reviewed by Carfection’s Henry Catchpole in the latest installment of […]

Driven: 2022 VW Taos Brings Plenty Of Tech And Space To The Burgeoning Compact Crossover Segment

Automakers have embraced the idea of bigger is better, and this has resulted in compact crossovers that are far from compact. However, the segment is rightsizing thanks to recent entries such as the Chevrolet Trailblazer and Kia Seltos. They’re so-called goldilocks models which are affordably priced and not too small or too big. The latest […]

The Toyota MR2 Mk1 Is A Youngtimer Whose Values Are On The Rise

With the classic car market shifting towards Japanese youngtimers, it’s no surprise to see prices of good examples rise. One such classic on the upward trend is the Toyota MR2 Mk1.  Launched in 1984, the MR2 was designed to be an economical and fun 2-seat mid-engined car (Midship Runabout 2 Seat = MR2, geddit?). The […]

VW Golf R And Mercedes-AMG A45 S Engage In A Drift Battle

The Mercedes-AMG A45 S and VW Golf R are two of the most potent hot hatches on the market and Rory Reid from AutoTrader recently had the opportunity to put the duo through their paces on a racetrack. While many other hot hatches on the market continue to stick with the tried and tested front-wheel […]

Already Watched The Rimac Nevera Kick The Ferrari SF90’s Ass? Now Get The Deep-Dive Review On Road And Track

Right now there is no hotter production car on the planet than the Rimac Nevera. And quite possibly none that accelerates faster. If you haven’t already watched it demolish Ferrari’s 1000-horse SF90 hypercar in CarWow’s drag race, then we suggest you follow this link right here and do it now. And then get yourself back […]

The Koenigsegg Regera Will Blow You Away With Its Technology

Koenigsegg knows exactly what its customers want and in addition to demanding insane levels of performance, they also like technology, as Doug DeMuro recently discovered in a review of the hybrid Regera. One of the most intriguing aspects of the Regera are its doors and more specifically, the way that the doors open. Rather than […]

Discover What Makes The Ferrari F40 And Porsche Carrera GT So Special

The world of driver-focused, analog sports cars and supercars is coming to an end as we know it and in his most recent review, Doug DeMuro had the opportunity to compare two of the finest analog supercars alongside each other; the Ferrari F40 and Porsche Carrera GT. Unlike most of DeMuro’s reviews where he goes […]