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New Mercedes-Benz EQT Concept


Mercedes-Benz have revealed the designs of their latest vehicle – a fully electric premium MPV that’ll slot into the small van segment.

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Manual cars to be extinct by the end of the decade


For the first time, the majority of new car sales in the UK during 2020 were automatics. In 2019 this figure was around 49%, which was up from 43% the previous year.

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New Volkswagen ID.4 GTX


The new ID.4 GTX is the first of what will surely be many new sporty EVs to come from VW. The GTX is a car that shows that sportiness can be sustainable too.

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New Audi A6 e-tron


The new A6 Audi e-tron will be the first saloon to run on Audi’s new PPE (Premium Platform Electric) architecture for electric cars, and will join their well-established A6 line-up, ahead of its 2023 launch date.

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Why does travelling in a car make us tired?


Most of us at some point in our lives have experienced tiredness whilst on a long car journey, but why is this?

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New Toyota bZ4X


It doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue but the new bZ4X will be the first of many new fully electric cars from Toyota.

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The greatest safety invention of all time


The three-point seatbelt was invented in 1959 and it’s estimated that the belt has saved over a million lives since its creation, making it not only one of the best automotive inventions but one of the greatest inventions of all time.

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Why does your car indicator make that ticking noise?


The rhythmic ticking of a car indicator is an unmistakeable sound that we’re all familiar with, but why is that the sound we hear when we’re signalling?

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New Mercedes-Benz P-Class


Mercedes-Benz have revealed their latest car - a stylish 2-door pickup. The P-Class shares much of the same body work as the latest A-class but with a nifty pickup twist.

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