With the car industry moving at a lightning fast pace, it’s very easy to get left behind. And with evermore complex technology being revealed, we round up the most significant new entries, so you can sound like you know what you’re talking about when you’re next down the pub.
A revolution in the reduction of diesel emissions has been announced, with the promise that vehicles equipped with the new technology will be capable of emitting 10 times less NOx than stricter limits planned for 2020. The development is significant enough to ‘fix’ the current negative atmosphere around diesels and curb tumbling sales, according to Bosch, its pioneers.
We apologise for the slight delay in posting out the March 2018 issue of DieselCar & EcoCar magazine, on sale this Friday.
Toyota is introducing an updated version of the Land Cruiser. On sale now, the new Land Cruiser has a revised model range for the UK which for the first time includes a workhorse Utility grade, with a simple equipment specification and a choice of three or five-door body styles.
Brave design can reap big rewards, and that’s the case with the 3008, our top model in this year’s countdown.
The Ateca might be the brand’s first proper SUV, but on this form, there are exciting things ahead when the Spanish brand launches the smaller Arona and a larger SUV in the near future.
Last year’s winner can hold its head high, smashing sales targets for Kia and still being one of the best medium SUVs money can buy.
It’s fair to say Jaguar knows a thing or two about building luxury saloon cars, and the XF shows the brand it as the very top of its game.
A new model was launched this year, reinforcing its lead in the marketplace. It’s still the top-selling new car in the UK for good reason and not one rival has managed to surpass its fantastic handling.
The all-new Discovery has arrived to much fanfare, and is hugely impressive. Yes, it can carry you and six friends up a mountain like its predecessor, but it’s also better at the normal day-to-day things, as well as the cabin being even more luxurious than before.