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Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio review
For: Terrific looks and Alfa badge, engaging ride and handling, Ferrari-fettled performanceOur Rating:  4 Against: High running costs, some flimsy interior trim, scarcity of Alfa Romeo dealers 2017 Alfa Romeo bursts back onto the performance scene with a genuinely convincing Mercedes-AMG and BMW M rival The Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio may be a follow-up to the 4C sports car, but it does a much more convincing job as a halo model for the brand. With more than 500bhp on tap, and handling that’s a match for class rivals like the BMW M3 or Mercedes-AMG C 63, the Quadrifoglio is the car that Alfa enthusiasts have been hankering after for years. Yes, it’s going to cost an arm and a leg to run, but with great looks and solid build quality to back up its stonking performance, there’s not really a lot to say against the Alfa if you’re in the market for a mid-size super saloon. The dealer network may have a little catching up to do if it’s going to match t... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-08-08 15:03:53

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Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio review

For: Terrific looks and Alfa badge, engaging ride and handling, Ferrari-fettled performanceOur Rating:  4 Against: High running costs, some flimsy interior trim, scarcity of Alfa Romeo dealers 2017 Alfa Romeo bursts back onto the performance scene with a genuinely convincing Mercedes-AMG and BMW M rival The Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio may be a follow-up to the 4C sports car, but it does a much more convincing job as a halo model for the brand. With more than 500bhp on tap, and handling that’s a match for class rivals like the BMW M3 or Mercedes-AMG C 63, the Quadrifoglio is the car that Alfa enthusiasts have been hankering after for years. Yes, it’s going to cost an arm and a leg to run, but with great looks and solid build quality to back up its stonking performance, there’s not really a lot to say against the Alfa if you’re in the market for a mid-size super saloon. The dealer network may have a little catching up to do if it’s going to match t... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-08-08 15:03:53

New rules aim to guard 'smart' vehicles from cyber attacks

Engineers developing connected cars will have to reduce the risk of hacking 2017-08-07 11:30 Car manufacturers will have to better protect internet-connected vehicles from cyber attacks under new Government guidance. ‘Smart’ vehicles, which allow drivers to access maps, live traffic information and DAB radio, are becoming increasingly common on Britain’s roads. • UK vehicle thefts jump 20% in biggest crime spike for a decade It is feared that hackers could target them to access personal data, steal cars that use keyless entry or even take control of vehicles and cause accidents.  Under new Government guidance, engineers developing smart vehicles will have to toughen up cyber protection and help eliminate hacking. The news comes after police figures show vehicle thefts jumped 20 per cent last year, with experts suggesting the spike was likely down to more criminals 'hacking' cars' on-board computers or 'boosting' signals from keyless entry devices. Transpor... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-08-07 11:21:56

Diesel has to die – there is no reverse gear on this

Daimler says diesel is worth fighting for but there is no comeback for the toxic technology and the fight must now be to save livesWhen the story of Volkswagen’s cheating on diesel emissions tests broke nearly two years ago, a number of reporters asked me if this spelled the end for diesel cars. My response was a confident, dismissive “no”. While dieselgate would cast a long shadow, there was no reason to write off diesel cars, at least in the short term. After all, the technology does exist to make clean diesel cars. It’s just a question of improving the existing regulations and enforcing them better.I was wrong. Related: 38,000 people a year die early because of diesel emissions testing failures Related: electric cars: everything you need to know Continue reading...... [more]
www.theguardian.com : 2017-08-07 07:30:02

The Guardian view on electric cars: they’ll change the world | Editorial

Car drivers dream of freedom and autonomy but the future may be robotic public transportThe end of the age of the internal combustion engine is in sight. There are small signs everywhere: the shift to hybrid vehicles is already under way among manufacturers. Volvo has announced it will make no purely petrol-engined cars after 2019; the British government expects the all-electric future to arrive by 2040; and Tesla has just started selling its first electric car aimed squarely at the middle classes: the Tesla 3 sells for $35,000 in the US, and 400,000 people have put down a small, refundable deposit towards one. Several thousand have already taken delivery, and the company hopes to sell half a million more next year. This is a remarkable figure for a machine with a fairly short range and a very limited number of specialised charging stations.Some of it reflects the remarkable abilities of Elon Musk, the company’s founder, as a salesman, engineer, and a man able to get the most ou... [more]
www.theguardian.com : 2017-08-06 18:47:42

With political will, we could easily solve our transport problems | Letters

Readers share their thoughts on electricity generation, cars, cycling, trains and garden citiesGeorge Monbiot makes some useful points in his article bemoaning the influence of the lobbying power of the motor industry (We must break the car’s chokehold on Britain, 2 August). He proposes a modal transport shift to more coach travel and investment in nuclear power plants to power our electric cars. He ignores completely, as usual, the solar option with smaller electric cars and electric bikes and charged by photovoltaics on homes, at work and in public places. In 1993, I bought Hannibal, the 750kg fibreglass Kewet El Jet electric car that we used for a decade to take the children to school, go shopping and to train and bus stations. This first British solar car was largely powered by the 4kWp PV roof on my Oxford ecohouse. Monbiot also ignores the huge trend towards using electric bikes that can be easily solar charged at home or work. We love our cars and bikes, but the trick is to ma... [more]
www.theguardian.com : 2017-08-04 18:22:46

BMW announces 'scrappage scheme' for older diesels

Drivers of pre-2005 diesels from BMW and MINI are eligible for up to £1,700 discount in a new 'scrappage scheme' offer 2017-08-04 14:20 BMW and MINI are offering drivers of older diesels the chance to trade in their cars for discounts of up to £1,700 off new models as part of an EU-wide scrappage scheme. The "fleet renewal campaign" is aimed at drivers of cars that only meet Euro 4 emissions standards or below. This applies to the majority of diesel vehicles built before January 2005, and all BMW and MINI models are eligible. • UK councils given green light on diesel scrappage schemes The £1,700 discount can be added on top of other discounts - depending on the model purchased. The new, discounted vehicle must meet Euro 6 standards with CO2 emissions of 130g/km or lower, and can also be redeemed against electric cars like the i3, or any of the two brands’ plug-in hybrids. Harald Krüger, BMW's Board Chairman, said: “For almost two years... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-08-04 14:28:31

London should lead in showing electric cars will not tackle air pollution

The government’s new strategy does not go far enough in recognising fewer vehicles, not just cleaner ones, are the answer With more and more of the world’s population living in cities, we need to get urban transport right. That means making sure that people and goods can move around easily and cheaply. It also means ensuring that city transport systems don’t damage people’s health, as diesel and to a lesser extent petrol are currently doing in London and other UK cities. Related: electric cars are not the answer to air pollution, says top UK adviser Related: Government's air quality plan branded inadequate by city leaders Continue reading...... [more]
www.theguardian.com : 2017-08-04 12:10:48

Electric cars are not the answer to air pollution, says top UK adviser

Prof Frank Kelly says fewer not cleaner vehicles are needed, plus more cycling and walking and better transit systems Cars must be driven out of cities to tackle the UK’s air pollution crisis, not just replaced with electric vehicles, according to the UK government’s top adviser.Prof Frank Kelly said that while electric vehicles emit no exhaust fumes, they still produce large amounts of tiny pollution particles from brake and tyre dust, for which the government already accepts there is no safe limit. Related: London should lead in showing electric cars will not tackle air pollution Related: Swapping cars for bikes, not diesel for electric, is the best route to clean air Related: Government's air quality plan branded inadequate by city leaders Continue reading...... [more]
www.theguardian.com : 2017-08-04 12:10:44

Mercedes design boss teases surprise new concept car

New Mercedes concept will arrive at some point this summer, according to Gordon Wagener 2017-08-04 09:20 Mercedes chief design officer Gordon Wagener has revealed that a new Mercedes concept car is coming “pretty soon”, and some of Merc’s top designers promise that the new design study will be a “big surprise” and an “icon” when it arrives. No specific details regarding the car have been revealed, but Wagener touts that we’ll see it this summer, hinting that it could arrive at the Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance which is scheduled to take place later this month. • Pebble Beach and Monterey Car Week Several sketches are shown in the Instagram video teaser, but these are of past Mercedes concept cars, namely the Vision Maymach 6 Concept and the IAA Concept from the Frankfurt motor show in 2015.  There will be a big surprise again! Greetings from our design headquarters in Sindelfingen! #mercedesbenz #mercedes #benz #MBdesign #bigsurprise #su... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-08-04 09:20:47

New Porsche Cayenne prototype review

Image 1 of 14 Image 1 of 14 2 Aug, 2017 11:00pm Thomas Geiger A few weeks ahead of the new Porsche Cayenne’s world premiere, we joined the engineers for an early drive When Porsche launched the first generation Cayenne in 2002, the company made a bold step away from the core of its brand – an SUV is not a move you’d have expected from one of the finest sports car manufacturers around. But 15 years and more than half a million sales later thanks to China and the US the Porsche brand has changed completely. The Macan and Cayenne are Porsche’s big players, so it wouldn’t be crazy to think of Porsche as an SUV-manufacturer that builds a few sports cars. But when the third generation Cayenne is launched next month at the Frankfurt motor show, Porsche will take a step closer to its core values once again. At least that’s what the engineers are saying as we join them on the final stage of the Cayenne's development programme in Barcelona to get an ea... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2017-08-02 19:46:18


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