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BMW blasts away the winter blues

BMW blasts away the winter blues

It’s not the season you would normally think of driving a soft top, but the new Z4 certainly blows away the cobwebs

Czechmate: Skoda’s next move is an assured one

Czechmate: Skoda’s next move is an assured one

In the past two decades, Škoda has come on a significant amount, and is fast becoming one of the most successful car companies in Europe

Going nowhere when you just can’t get a plug

Going nowhere when you just can’t get a plug

Charge anxiety: the trials and tribulations of electric-only drivers

Corolla living up to its name

Corolla living up to its name

Toyota has big plans for its rejuvenated, rebranded Corolla, spearheaded by hybrid power

More than just a speed machine: McLaren invents the ‘hyper-GT’

More than just a speed machine: McLaren invents the ‘hyper-GT’

Three seats, 403km/h top speed and 0-300km/h in 12.8 seconds – all for €3 million. Welcome to the rarefied world of the McLaren Speedtail.

Get a grip on when to use your winter tyres

Get a grip on when to use your winter tyres

Should Irish motorists consider winter tyres? The short answer is ‘probably not’, but it’s still worth weighing up the pros and cons before you make up your own mind.

On test this week: BMW X4

On test this week: BMW X4

BMW raises the bar for the GT class

BMW raises the bar for the GT class

There’s a new BMW 8 Series in town, eclipsing the 6 Series it replaces and challenging some very serious cars indeed, writes Shane O’Donoghue

Reinvent your idea of the wheel

Reinvent your idea of the wheel

Think carefully about the wheels you want on your car - size matters when it comes to fuel economy, ride and road noise

Škoda moves up a class with an impressive Scala hatchback

Škoda moves up a class with an impressive Scala hatchback

The Czech carmaker has jettisoned the lacklustre Rapid in favour of a rather more interesting animal, writes Dave Humphreys

Mustang is number one with a Bullitt

Mustang is number one with a Bullitt

Ford’s latest Mustang Bullitt pays noisy, enjoyable homage to the classic Steve McQueen film and is great fun to drive, although it is not without its flaws

Profiling the used car imports

Profiling the used car imports

New figures tell us a lot about the effect that the importation of used British cars is currently having on the Irish car market

The stuff electric dreams are made of

The stuff electric dreams are made of

German marque Porsche previews Taycan, its first fully electric car

New Rolls-Royce SUV is effortless everywhere

New Rolls-Royce SUV is effortless everywhere

Rolls-Royce ventures into new territory with its opulent Cullinan SUV. But does it feel like a ‘true’ Rolls? Emphatically yes, says Matt Robinson

Slow down to speed things up?

Slow down to speed things up?

Variable speed limits could significantly reduce traffic congestion - but only if they’re done right