Can a big SUV really manage 148mpg? Thanks to hybrid technology, Mitsubishi thinks so. We take the keys and find out…

Mitsubishi has long promised that the Outlander PHEV, or Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle, will be a game-changer, telling us back in March 2013 that the pricing will be spectacular. They were right. Launched today, the Outlander PHEV will attract a huge amount of attention, not just for its smart looksContinue Reading

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As I write this I’m sitting in an Airbus A319 at the end of one of Heathrow’s runway. I’m not going anywhere as there’s a bit of wind outside that’s making it impossible for the pilot to get the plane going in roughly a straight line. The way the planeContinue Reading

The new SsangYong Korando has gone down well in the UK thus far, being far removed from the cars of old from the Korean manufacturer. To complement what is the cheapest SUV crossover on the market, SsangYong have now launched the Korando Sports.

My first experience of the Mitsubishi ASX was on a private circuit. Hurling it around while knowing there was nothing coming the other way was great fun, leaving me with a huge grin. Proof, if ever it were needed, that driving a slow car fast is far more entertaining thanContinue Reading

We had the opportunity to head to a secret test facility at a village called Millbrook just off the A428 near Bedford for the annual SMMT Test Day, where manufacturers lay on a massive fleet of cars for us to hurl around private roads. It’s a tough job.

There’s still another five days of the Geneva Motor Show left to run, but all the European premieres and debuts have now taken place. There’s been 131 of them in total, and we’ll be showing you all of them. Here’s part four, Maserati through to SEAT…

Britain’s first low-carbon motor festival, EcoVelocity, proved a success for manufacturers with sales emerging as a direct result of the motor show held in the shadow of Battersea power station.