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Is now the time to buy an electric or hybrid car? Best cars and options explored

Is now the time to buy an electric or hybrid car? Best cars and options explored

By 14 November 2014

The future of driving appears to be electric, with Formula E in full effect, supercars adopting hybrid drive systems and range getting further all the time. Fuel powered engines may have their days numbered. But is it time to make the change to electric?... >>

How to make your car smart: 5 gadget tips for drivers

How to make your car smart: 5 gadget tips for drivers

By 14 November 2014

You might not have the most modern car on the road but that doesn't mean you can't have all the latest tech. You don't have to layout for a new motor in order to stream music from your phone, or let your passengers enjoy 4G connected internet over a local... >>

Turn your car into a 4G Wi-Fi hotspot using the EE Buzzard 2

Turn your car into a 4G Wi-Fi hotspot using the EE Buzzard 2

By 14 November 2014

EE has just announced the Buzzard 2 which will allow owners to create an in-car Wi-Fi hotspot where they want with 4G connectivity. The Buzzard 2 will be for both day-to-day users as well as business customers. It's primarily for the car with an ability... >>

Kia Soul EV: Europe's first full electric SUV (hands-on)

Kia Soul EV: Europe's first full electric SUV (hands-on)

By 13 November 2014

We've been driving around London in the continent's first electric sports utility vehicle, the Kia Soul EV. Despite having our reservations on initially seeing the unique shape of the car we were soon impressed. Even if this wasn't attractive because... >>

Mercedes-Benz C-Class first drive: Striking a balance between sporty and refined

Mercedes-Benz C-Class first drive: Striking a balance between sporty and refined

By 11 November 2014

Comfort or sporting prowess? It's quandary that every car maker faces when launching a new car, and it seems particularly pertinent when considering the new Mercedes C-Class. It used to be said that stepping into a Mercedes-Benz should lower the driver's... >>

Rockar Hyundai revolutionises car buying: Online, in-store, no car salespeople

Rockar Hyundai revolutionises car buying: Online, in-store, no car salespeople

By 6 November 2014

Hyundai wants to revolutionise the way we buy cars, with an alterative approach to the traditional car showroom and salesperson. Partnering with Rockar.com - founded by Simon Dixon of jamjar.com fame - Rockar Hyundai wants to offer a car buying experience... >>

Tesla Model X crossover now delayed until late 2015 to allow for even more testing

Tesla Model X crossover now delayed until late 2015 to allow for even more testing

By 5 November 2014

Don't expect the Tesla Model X to launch for retail customers in 2014. Although Tesla unveiled a prototype of the Model X full-size crossover in early 2012, which included a promise to start production in 2013, it later postponed that deadline and claimed... >>

O2 Pocket-lint Gadget Awards shortlist nominations announced

O2 Pocket-lint Gadget Awards shortlist nominations announced

By 4 November 2014

We've seen hundreds of products, we've had tens of thousands of public votes as part of our long list process, and now we bring you the shortlist for the 2014 02 Pocket-lint Gadget Awards. After much deliberation and debate, the Pocket-lint team has whittled... >>

Aeromobil 3.0 is the flying car that fits on the road and can travel 500 miles

Aeromobil 3.0 is the flying car that fits on the road and can travel 500 miles

By 30 October 2014

The Aeromobil 3.0 is quite possibly the best looking flying car ever made. Not only is it sleek for aerodynamics but it's also small enough to drive on the road. The fact that it can fly 500 miles is just a very fancy bonus. Created by a Slovakian start-up... >>

Mini 5-door first drive: Cartoon-style fun for the whole family

Mini 5-door first drive: Cartoon-style fun for the whole family

By 23 October 2014

Up until now, beyond the price differential, one key reason to overlook buying a Mini - beyond its cartoonish design - was the lack of rear doors. And with sales in this market splitting roughly 65/35 in favour of 5-door models, it's clear Mini thinks... >>