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Formula E free public tests slated for July at UK's Donington Park

Formula E free public tests slated for July at UK's Donington Park

By 12 April 2014

Donington Park has announced that you'll be able to watch racing tests of the Spark-Renault SRT_01E Formula E car this summer at it's newly-completed headquarters. Formula E, the electric version of Formula One, is an auto racing-class sanctioned by the... >>

BMW unveils OLED lighting systems that could change power usage and pimp your car in one

BMW unveils OLED lighting systems that could change power usage and pimp your car in one

By 11 April 2014

BMW is working on new technologies for front and rear lights on its cars, with OLED tech looked at for exterior lights designed to be seen. While not light enough to provide beam lamps for visibility, OLED panels could, in conjunction with conventional... >>

Volkswagen Golf GTD review
4.5 out of 5

Volkswagen Golf GTD review

By 10 April 2014

If logic is followed and the status quo is upheld, then the Volkswagen Golf GTD is a shoo-in for a five star review. When we saw the regular Golf Mk7 last year, we called it "all the car you'll ever need - no more and no less". So you'd expect a diesel... >>

Honda joins £31m project to make hydrogen fuel cell cars a road-going reality by 2016

Honda joins £31m project to make hydrogen fuel cell cars a road-going reality by 2016

By 4 April 2014

A pioneering deal worth £31 million is being signed by Honda, coordinated by the Mayor of London's office, that aims to make hydrogen fuel call cars a reality. The project, named HyFive (Hydrogen For Innovative Vehicles), will be the largest of its kind... >>

Hands-on: Mercedes GLA review

Hands-on: Mercedes GLA review

By 27 March 2014

When is off-road not really off-road? When you're 550 feet down a salt mine, that's when. We didn't arrive here by accident, mind, for this is the location of the Mercedes GLA launch. And it's perhaps the most unusual place we've ever been in a car. Mercedes-Benz... >>

AppyParking for iPhone wins Ford app award and £10,000, tells you where to park in London

AppyParking for iPhone wins Ford app award and £10,000, tells you where to park in London

By 27 March 2014

AppyParking wants to save you time by helping you park in London. The application, available on the App Store for iOS, allows drivers to see every Controlled Parking Zone in London. Using GPS, AppyParking identifies where you are in your car, and will... >>

A week in reviews: 17 - 21 March

A week in reviews: 17 - 21 March

By 22 March 2014

Gaming season is upon us, with two major launches this week: Infamous and Metal Gear Solid. Second Son and Ground Zeroes to give the games their respective full title names are both fresh looks at established series, delivering in equal measure of pleasure... >>

Hands-on: Jaguar F-Type Coupe review

Hands-on: Jaguar F-Type Coupe review

By 21 March 2014

This is it: the Jaguar F-Type Coupe has arrived. Arguably the most eagerly anticipated car of 2014, it's one that's tantalised us for over two years, ever since it was first shown in concept form as the C-X16 at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2011. And it's... >>

Hands-on: Alfa Romeo 4C review

Hands-on: Alfa Romeo 4C review

By 20 March 2014

You would think more car events would happen in the Isle of Man. For a start, out of the towns and villages, the speed limit is derestricted. That doesn't mean 60mph, it means there is no limit. The Isle of Man loves motor vehicles though, and the craziness... >>

Volvo cloud cars can spot road dangers and instantly alert other cars, on the roads in testing now

Volvo cloud cars can spot road dangers and instantly alert other cars, on the roads in testing now

By 20 March 2014

Scandinavian car manufacturer Volvo is currently testing a new system that uses inter-car communications to improve road safety. It shows the potential for cloud-based car systems that could change the way the roads work. Volvo currently has 50 of these cars on... >>