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Safety first as Polestar 2 edges closer to Euro launch

William Scholes
As Covid-19 restrictions eased in China at the end of March, car manufacturers in the world's largest market were able to get their production lines operating again. Among them was Polestar, the sister company to Volvo that is dedicated to electric vehicle

Nissan Juke: 'Design is everything...'

William Scholes
Design is everything... or so says Nissan about its eye-catching Juke. But these days there's more to the junior crossover than look-at-me styling, says William Scholes

Isuzu's D-Max meets Mad Max

Before Covid-19 struck, pick-up specialists Isuzu had given the go-anywhere Arctic Trucks AT35 version of the D-Max an update

Morgan Plus Four: Chocks away

William Scholes
Rumours that William the Conqueror drove a Morgan are probably unfounded, but there's no doubt that the classic British sports car is a defiant throwback to an earlier era, writes William Scholes

Mazda MX-5: Even more special

William Scholes
The Covid-19 pandemic has put the brakes on new car sales, but Mazda is doing its best to keep our spirits up by giving us something to look forward to when, as it puts it, "current retail restrictions come to an end"

Caterham's Seventh wonder

William Scholes
What could be better fun than building your own car? I don't mean a Lego model or a Tamiya remote control car either, but the real thing with an actual engine and number plate - something a lot like the latest kit car to come from Caterham

McLaren Speedtail: Shocking speed

William Scholes
The otherworldly McLaren Speedtail tops 250mph and does 0-186mph in 13 seconds thanks to some very clever battery tech

Sporty Skoda ready to charge

William Scholes
The new version of Skoda's popular Octavia vRS will be offered with a plug-in hybrid drivetrain when it arrives in Northern Ireland later this year

Alpine piques interest

William Scholes
If you can overlook the fact that there is no official agent in Northern Ireland, the Alpine A110 is arguably the best real-world sports car on sale today

Lancia Delta Integrale: A stage-ready work of ART

After a lengthy rebuild process involving specialists in Northern Ireland and beyond, Pat Burns's Lancia Delta Integrale rally car is ready for the road again - more than 30 years after it first competed

Lotus Evija: Electrifying

William Scholes
Production of the world’s most powerful series production road car is drawing ever-closer, as work draws to a close on the factory that will build the Lotus Evija, writes William Scholes

Vauxhall Corsa-e: On a mission

William Scholes
Vauxhall says its all-new battery-powered Corsa-e is "on a mission to democratise electric mobility"

Ford Puma pounces for the second time

Forget everything you remember about the last Ford to wear the Puma nameplate. The Puma is no longer a coupe but a bang-on-trend compact SUV

McLaren 765LT: Marginal gains

William Scholes
Yet another new McLaren has arrived, providing further evidence of the British company’s expertise at wringing ever-more models from the same basic ingredients