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Driving our way to a heavier carbon footprint

Driving our way to a heavier carbon footprint

Carbon emissions alone present a massive challenge for the car market in Ireland – especially as everyone wants to go bigger

Sporty Honda crossover carves out a new niche

Sporty Honda crossover carves out a new niche

There aren’t many performance-oriented crossovers, but the Honda HR-V Sport aims to change all that, writes Matt Robinson

Audi’s R8 continues to defy odds and logic

Audi’s R8 continues to defy odds and logic

Audi’s ambitious prodigy started as a convention-challenging sports car, but it’s now roughing up some bona fide supercar rivals, writes Matt Robinson

Giving the classics an electric new lease of life

Giving the classics an electric new lease of life

Classic cars can be enjoyed even if petrol power is outlawed, as I discovered when I took a rather special Ferrari for a spin

Terrific baby SUV could be a cuckoo in Volkswagen’s nest

Terrific baby SUV could be a cuckoo in Volkswagen’s nest

The T-Cross has so much to commend it that it could torpedo its sister T-Roc and Polo, writes Dave Humphreys

Car market careers down the hill with the government at the wheel

Car market careers down the hill with the government at the wheel

Ireland is the only EU state that is letting car buyers carry the can for the altered emissions testing regime

DS 3 Crossback SUV goes all-out for style

DS 3 Crossback SUV goes all-out for style

Refining the winning formula

Refining the winning formula

The new Range Rover Evoque has all the style of its predecessor, with updated tech and an improved engine, writes Dave Humphreys

Focus on tech to boost road safety is positive step

Focus on tech to boost road safety is positive step

Speed limiters were a red herring, but no solution should remove responsibility from the driver

BMW’s eastern promise

BMW’s eastern promise

Open-topped Porsche finally comes of age

Open-topped Porsche finally comes of age

The 911 Cabriolet has always been seen as a poser’s car – but the new one is a deeply talented machine, writes Matt Robinson

All roads lead to Kerry for Electronomous

All roads lead to Kerry for Electronomous

The Killarney-based conference is set to be bigger and better than ever this May

Motor Head

Motor Head

Bugatti’s €11m Voiture Noire proves the days of the supercar are far from numbered

Give in to your Spider sense and raise the roof

Give in to your Spider sense and raise the roof

The open-topped McLaren 600LT Spider is breathtakingly quick round the track and huge fun to drive – but it may not be suited to Irish weather, writes Shane O’Donoghue

Porsche’s latest performs to a T

Porsche’s latest performs to a T

Any fears that the T badge might have died a death with the 991’s demise at the end of 2018 can be allayed by two new models in the Porsche catalogue, called the 718 Boxster T and the 718 Cayman T