It’s hard to tell the updated 2021 Seat Ibiza from the pre-facelift model from the outside, but the interior is much better.
Say hybrid, and you think Toyota Prius, something like can run on electric power, gas engine or a combination. The Levante isn’t that.
The Skoda Fabia was the last of the Volkswagen Group’s superminis to remain on the PQ26 platform, but now it’s finally on MQB-A0.
The 2022 Honda Civic may be a better car, but the styling has gone from radical and eye catching to boring and predictable.
Alfa Romeo is down to just two models, with the compact Giulietta hatchback axed across Europe in preparation for a new SUV.
V12 engines are dying, but the Ferrari 812 Competizione ensures they are going down kicking and screaming (wonderfully).
The Lexus ES has been given a minor facelift. See what’s changed (mostly in the cabin) in this side by side comparison.
Hyundai’s luxury brand Genesis is coming to Europe to take on the Germans, and it will have a long, hard battle ahead of it.
Well done to Hyundai for making a truly desirable compact SUV. The Kona N has the heart of the i30/Elantra N and the space of an SUV.
Audi and Porsche will launch their first SUVs based on the new PPE EV architecture next year, and we can’t wait for the A6 E-Tron.