The entry-level Porsche Taycan loses four-wheel drive, but is sharper as a result VerdictThis latest Porsche Taycan proves that the car’s high points are at the extremes of the range. If you want thrilling, mind-bending performance, get the Turbo S. If you want a version with a great real-world range, its own unique character and a significantly reduced price,
You know how they say never buy the first version of a new Apple product? Perhaps a similar golden rule should be applied to electric cars. The first model based on the VW Group's entry-level electric platform, the VW ID.3 released last summer, had a premature, unfinished edge to it. But every new MEB derivative launched since then has
Minor updates to the V-8-powered GTS model struggle to brighten the slow-selling Panamera's luster. Just as we've become comfortable with there being Porsche luxury sedans and SUVs, the company has started to throw more curveballs at us. While the 911 and the 718 sports cars still tug at our heartstrings, they've now been joined by an electric Porsche in
Subaru builds an Outback that off-roaders will say “yes” to. Subaru is nothing if not shrewd. When SUV sales took off in the mid 1990s and threatened to leave the company's automotive offerings behind, it added cladding to the Legacy wagon and created the Subaru Outback. In the 2000s, Subaru plugged the affordable performance gap with the Impreza WRX.
They say to understand where you’re going you need to know where you came from, but so stark is the contrast between this third-generation Ford Kuga and the Blue Oval’s first European mid-sized SUV – the developed-with-Nissan Maverick of 1993 – that the scholastic learning is worthy of a Masters dissertation in crossover evolution. In fact, it’s quite the
Hyundai's latest SUV set to arrive in the UK this summer Details about the Hyundai Bayon SUV have been revealed, and it is due to go on sale in the UK in the summer of 2021. It’s designed to be a belated replacement to the ix20, brings with it some big car technology, and is designed to sit alongside
It’s a good thing you like SUVs, America, because the march of replacing passenger cars with compact crossovers continues without delay. The latest automaker to do it: Volkswagen. This is the new 2022 Taos, which will replace the Golf hatchback in VW’s lineup when it arrives in June (the GTI and Golf R will remain, however). Typically with these
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