It may not look all that different on the outside, but climb in and you’re welcomed to one of the finest cabins around.
Who likes driving on the motorway? And who likes spending hours sat in traffic on the commute to work?
Electric cars (EVs) are coming, make no mistake.
‘A race car with number plates’ is a line falsely pedaled by many car manufacturers’ marketing departments. But when Ford says the its new Ford GT is a race car for the road you can believe every word of it.
A new compact SUV that takes aim at established model such as the Audi Q3 and BMW X1.
Audi has always done two things incredibly well: four-wheel drive and fast estate cars. The new RS4 Avant, then, carries a lot of expectation on its shoulders.
The all-wheel-drive, all-surface traction SUV delivering 0 to 60mph in just 4.5s with a range of up to 298 miles.
Polestar is the Swedish automotive brand you’ve never heard of – until now.
For a company that initially produced motorcycles as a way of helping mobilise Japan after WW2, Honda has came an awful long way in the past 70 years.
Going fast has never been easier or as affordable.
Introducing the Mercedes-Benz X-Class. It’s the first of a new kind – blending workhorse abilities with car-like comfort and quality, it’s the pickup truck that everyone is going to want.
Ape’s car editor Jonathan Burn reveals his most desired new cars on sale today.
An SUV ideal for daily living yet still boldly styled and designed to add a sense of ‘grandness’ to a gentleman’s lifestyle.
A look at how Jaguar’s Special Vehicle Operations division turns the the brand’s standard models into serious performance cars.
Ape were tasked with living with a Jaguar F-PACE for one month.
How a labour of love for seven rebellious Lamborghini engineers revolutionised the supercar industry.
Having a capable four-wheel drive car doesn’t mean you have to head to the nearest Land Rover dealership.
A specially developed surround sound in-car entertainment system to be offered as an option on the new vehicle.
Beautiful Won’t Be Tamed.
I believe the Japanese call this kind of continuous improvement- Kaizen.