Nissan Qashqai 2024

Nissan Qashqai 2024 dares more

After three and a half years since the debut of its third generation, which has amassed over 350,000 sales in Europe, the Nissan Qashqai 2024 is evolving, bolstering the elements that have solidified its success. Let’s delve into all the new features. Nissan Qashqai 2024: updated exterior design The Qashqai unveils a more contemporary exterior …

New Lexus LBX

New Lexus LBX: our test drive in Valencia

Presented worldwide in Milan last June, the New Lexus LBX is an interesting innovation for the Japanese brand because, for the first time, it enters the B-SUV segment with a proposal tailored for Europe, and with an interesting price in Denmark and Sweden. Read also: Lexus LM, at the opposite! New Lexus LBX: Our Tops …

Toyota C-HR PHEV

Toyota C-HR PHEV: our test drive in Marseille

In Ibiza, we had tested the C-HR Full Hybrid, but now the range is completed with the Toyota C-HR PHEV, the first plug-in hybrid version of the stylish crossover coupe from the Japanese manufacturer. With over 60% of driving in electric mode even when the battery is low, here’s how our test went in Marseille …

Lynk & Co 07

Lynk & Co 07 is absolutely beautiful

Fresh off the assembly line, the Lynk & Co 07 stands tall as the epitome of luxury sedans from the Chinese-Swedish brand. However, for the time being, it’s exclusively available in the Chinese market—a considerable drawback considering the car’s undeniable allure. Yet, with the brand’s new direction, there’s a glimmer of hope that this might …

MG3 Hybrid+

MG3 Hybrid+ with 197 HP wants to be better than Yaris and Clio

Unveiled in recent weeks, the MG3 Hybrid+ marks a new era for the British brand’s compact car segment, being the first time it’s sold outside of the UK and its debut as a hybrid vehicle, while the previous generation was exclusively available to British customers in Europe. This new iteration heralds significant changes. It not …

Volvo EX40

Volvo EX40 and EC40: new name and Performance Pack

The 2024 update for the Volvo XC40 and C40 Recharge involves a name change: from this year they are respectively called Volvo EX40 and Volvo EC40, a nomenclature that varies only for the electric versions. This means that the internal combustion engine version continues to be called Volvo XC40. The choice is due to the …

Aurus Senat

Aurus Senat, the Russian Rolls-Royce with 580 HP and 3,13 mln DKK

Not only the Chinese draw inspiration from European cars, but the Russians do too. And in the country, the luxury car market seems to be experiencing a very prosperous era with the abundance of models, starting from the Aurus Senat, a luxury flagship that closely resembles a Rolls-Royce. Like all cars from the Russian brand, …

Skoda Octavia

Skoda Octavia 2024: A Refreshing Change

Skoda’s decision to opt for change, evident in the latest Skoda Octavia restyling, proves to be a strategic move. Did the previously successful and dynamic front end need modification? Not necessarily. However, has it benefited from the changes? Absolutely. The 2024 Octavia, both sedan and wagon variants, now boast a slightly revised grille and front …

Toyota Yaris

Toyota Yaris Hybrid 130: our test drive in Catalonia

Toyota Yaris, already Car Of The Year 2021, updates itself with the 2024 model year, which doesn’t change anything aesthetically but brings significant technological advancements, especially under the hood: it also adopts the new 1.5-liter engine with 130 horsepower, in addition to the existing 115 horsepower one, just like the Yaris Cross. A highly focused …

Ford Puma

Ford Puma is completely different

Ford unveiled the new Puma, a modern, high-tech city SUV that has become a favorite among urban drivers across Europe. Ford Puma 2024 mantains dimensions and general aesthetic of the old model, but is completely differnet. A confirmation of a best selleroffering space for five passengers and their luggage, making journeys both more enjoyable and …