On-test: New Q5 leads Audi’s plug-in hybrid charge
Sales of hybrids are set to soar next year, and with the impressively powerful and refined Q5 TFSI e, Audi is ready is ready for the transition
Government-set deadlines are accelerating the move to electric cars around the world. Here in Ireland, the intention is for all new cars sold from 2030 to be electric.
While that goal has never looked entirely achievable, it certainly focuses the mind on how we get from a market still quite taken with petrol and diesel transport to one where zero emissions driving is the norm. After all, not everyone is ready, or can afford, to...
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On the marque: New Genesis models create superb blend of modern tech and classic luxury
The Hyundai marque’s G70 saloon and GV70 SUV hit the sweet spot in almost all areas but we will have to wait until the electric models come along before they are available here
Motoring: Dacia Spring offers a simple solution to the great electric conundrum
The low-cost electric car runs on a much smaller and more efficient battery, but frustratingly, it will not be available to buy in Ireland
Motoring: DS 3 Crossback doesn’t quite justify the extra cost
The French carmaker’s latest vehicle isn’t quite different enough from other offerings in the market to warrant splashing out
On the marque: Citroën defies convention with distinctive crossover
The new-look C4 is notably well equipped in all its iterations and also has a likeable and well-performing electric version