Car reviews and road tests
We’ve already had an initial drive of the Jaguar I-PACE, but what’s it like to live with for a longer period of time – especially when you’re covering lots of miles in remote areas away from the main concentrations of public charge points?
The Kia e-Niro has an official 282 mile WLTP electric driving range, a practical, compact crossover-style body, and it’s relatively affordable: it’s another game changer from the rapidly progressing Hyundai & Kia corporations.
The Hyundai NEXO is a Hydrogen Fuel Cell vehicle, meaning that it’s an EV that generates its own electricity onboard from hydrogen rather than needing to plug it in to charge it, and refuelling takes just five minutes.
The Jaguar I-PACE offers zero emissions, a dynamic driving experience, a great-looking and practical body style, and of course performance – so is this the ultimate all-round green driver’s car?
The Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV has been revised for 2019 and it’s now more economical thanks to a larger battery and new petrol engine – and it’s also better to drive.
The Hyundai KONA Electric is a game changer: it offers a 279 mile electric range for £30,000 – and it’s excellent to drive.
The BMW i8 has received a range of mid-life tweaks, and it remains the only car on sale that looks and drives like a supercar, can cover 34 miles on electric power, and has an official fuel economy figure of 150mpg.
The Range Rover Si4 P400e PHEV is a 100mpg Range Rover: it can drive on zero tailpipe emission electric power for up to 31 miles, and it can still drive up a mountain…
The Kia Stinger 2.2 CRDi GT-Line S combines a fantastic driving experience with comfort, space and good economy on long journeys.
The Kia Niro Plug-in Hybrid is very efficient, with the potential of low running costs, it has a practical body style, and is relatively affordable.