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12 hours ago

CAR Magazine

Three e-motors, 496bhp, 717lb ft and 0-62mph in 4.5 seconds. Here's our first drive in a prototype Audi e-Tron Quattro S >> www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-reviews/audi/e-tron-s/ ... See moreSee less

Three e-motors, 496bhp, 717lb ft and 0-62mph in 4.5 seconds. Heres our first drive in a prototype Audi e-Tron Quattro S >> https://www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-reviews/audi/e-tron-s/

 

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Overkill.

Pass

13 hours ago

CAR Magazine

The BMW i4 will be fully revealed at the Geneva motor show. Here's what we know

www.carmagazine.co.uk/spy-shots/bmw/i4/
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The BMW i4 will be fully revealed at the Geneva motor show. Heres what we know

https://www.carmagazine.co.uk/spy-shots/bmw/i4/

 

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Doesn't look too bad. Now all BMW needs to do is slap that hideous 5 m^2 grille on the front.

Silhouette looks nice... if it is ugly or not, depends how big is a jaw.

Without that grille.... looking from the Silhouette.... could be anything.... nothing distinctive or clearly BMW about it ☹️

Hey ,I've got an idea how about a little kink in the rear window just ahead of the c pillar , sounds good yeah ? Then youd know exactly what it was and no need for a huge fugly attention seeking grille . Just an idea like...

Its melting

About as much use as a chocolate teapot?

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14 hours ago

CAR Magazine

Polestar Precept revealed: the electric four-door GT we've been waiting for www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-news/first-official-pictures/polestar/precept-concept/ ... See moreSee less

Polestar Precept revealed: the electric four-door GT weve been waiting for https://www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-news/first-official-pictures/polestar/precept-concept/

 

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Guess people in this car don’t have to look at what’s behind them. Why is the rear window seemingly narrow than a Royal Mail letterbox?!

It really is a shame that these beautiful Polestar designs can only be enjoyed by the few that can afford them😞

Someone has worked out that EV design can also look cutting edge and elegant not just odd.

Is that a taxi sign over the windscreen

Wow, that's sharp...👍

The first...!?

Cousin of the cybertruck ? Looks good though!

Very nice.

Bryce Nicolas Barnard

Matteo Conti

محمد العلوي

Jaysson James Pharand

Hans Oberlander Theodore Lazanas 😍

Gm Lee

Franceska St-Laurent ??? Moi j'aime bien

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6 days ago

CAR Magazine

Honda fights back: lighter, grippier Limited Edition Type R revealed

www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-news/first-official-pictures/honda/civic-type-r/
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Honda fights back: lighter, grippier Limited Edition Type R revealed

https://www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-news/first-official-pictures/honda/civic-type-r/

 

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The civic has its haters and it’s lovers. There’s one thing you can’t argue about though and that’s it’s ability to shame cars a lot more expensive on a track. Myself I love the ott looks. But then again I’ve owned cars with styling that shouts look at me all my life. Imprezas, XR4i, Delta HF turbo, Opel manta GTE fastback, MK1 escort Mexico lookalike in Daytona yellow.....and more. And an FK2 civic and now a FK8 civic Type R. The looks of the car may be controversial but your not buying a bland box if you buy one. If your someone who thinks the Mitsubishi EVO and the Impreza STi were fine looking cars your probably going to enjoy this one too. If your tastes run to Q cars that hide away in a crowd then don’t buy it. It’s that simple.

It just looks awful. Messy overall and no overall cohesion to the styling.

I’m sure it’s awesome but it hurts my eyes

Mikkel Hougaard Hansen Emil Lindemann meget fed alligevel

Charlie ohh. I want one. 💛

Nice Renault RS yellow... 😊

CJ Velasco

Taxi ready version ..

Clint Hall

2.9m

Alex Morris

SH Maxx placed your order yet

Chris Gould

...and tackier in this screaming yellow livery

Tobias Sivert Pedersen

someone please buy my kidney :P

Charlie Brooke Oh my

Mazain Yajid apa lagi.. kasi tibai satu.. hahahaa

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1 week ago

CAR Magazine

Introducing Jaguar Land Rover's new Project Vector: a skunkworks team has built its vision for the autonomous, electric urban transport of tomorrow. A far cry from today's JLR saloons, coupes and SUVs - do you think the direction of travel is correct? ... See moreSee less

Introducing Jaguar Land Rovers new Project Vector: a skunkworks team has built its vision for the autonomous, electric urban transport of tomorrow. A far cry from todays JLR saloons, coupes and SUVs - do you think the direction of travel is correct?

 

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It won't be autonomous unless running in a very defined area. The great lie is that there will be autonomous cars running on ordinary roads when there is no such thing as artificial intelligence, only machine intelligence. In other words a glorified database. Seems a pointless direction for JLR but not Tata.

I think it's going to be the way we go if we are to sustain living on this planet! I just hope JLR can charge into giving that direction of travel and so benefit from it's stance.

Dont see why it can’t be used as a campus vehicle/ taxi for business parks, industrial estates, universities, parks, city centres, exhibition complexes, festivals, country estates etc... It’s just what Uber has been wanting all along.

I'll change to an autonomous car on the very same day world rally championship against human drivers is won by one of those.

Well if it's as reliable as their main models I wouldnt go near one .

For getting about in a city, short journeys and for those who dislike driving. All good.

I'm sorry. Would you please rephrase the question?

John Steed is spinning in his grave!

Tupperware party, anyone?

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2 weeks ago

CAR Magazine

We're living with a Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen in 2020. Does this tough Tonka car still thrill? Or feel like a dinosaur in these carbon-crunched times?

www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-reviews/long-term-tests/mercedes-benz/g-class/
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Were living with a Mercedes-Benz G-Wagen in 2020. Does this tough Tonka car still thrill? Or feel like a dinosaur in these carbon-crunched times?

https://www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-reviews/long-term-tests/mercedes-benz/g-class/

 

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To my eyes it still looks awful compared to an old Defender

So the 350D version is borderline on the money of the new RS6. That is a bold pricing strategy.

Better than any of these pseudo soft-roaders out there.

Dylan Delanglet

Looks like something a short sighted pimp might drive

🔥🔥🔥

Thrill!

Vain.

Para ir el miercoles a verla Vale

Pointless. Now only driven by rappers, soccer players and the psychotic people in charge of companies.

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2 weeks ago

CAR Magazine

We've been taken for a 'drive' in the latest Nissan Leaf autonomous car - on British roads. Would you trust a computer to drive you in public?

www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-news/tech/nissan-leaf-human-drive-autonomous-car/
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Weve been taken for a drive in the latest Nissan Leaf autonomous car - on British roads. Would you trust a computer to drive you in public?

https://www.carmagazine.co.uk/car-news/tech/nissan-leaf-human-drive-autonomous-car/

 

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If I think back on almost every recent journey in London, Brighton and elsewhere - driving and being driven, I really doubt if autonomous vehicles could ever cope with the sheer randomness and unpredictability of other drivers, pedestrians, cyclists and so on. So no.

Software will never be able to cover the 6th sense you need for driving.

No. There is no such thing as workable AI, only machine intelligence and if you want to risk your life in a car driven by a database, good luck. However good these systems get, they can deal with situations in their program. They can't work out solutions to new problems. Humans can. That's why we have cars and apes are still hanging off trees!

Definitely not in a leaf. And still waiting for Rosie from the jettisons to become reality. 🤦‍♂️

I predict people will be driven by someone in a different country via 5G, because its cheaper than the massive computing power you need to be viable.

No - but I also don’t trust many humans either...

No...

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