Take a look at this list of cheap electric cars to find a model that’s as kind to your bank balance as it is to the planet.
The Summer 2020 issue of Automotive magazine is out now, with 60 pages of motoring content written by students on the MA Automotive Journalism course at Coventry University. I had … Continue Reading Automotive magazine – Summer 2020 issue out now!
Unless you happen to be blessed with the talent and funds to compete at national, European or even world championship level, there are limited options for young people trying to … Continue Reading The rally championship “for young people by young people”
Despite the cancellation of the 2020 Geneva Motor Show, car manufacturers have still been busy unveiling their latest creations and sharing them online. Read on for Petrolhead’s round-up of the … Continue Reading ‘Virtual’ Geneva Motor Show Round-Up
The cancellation of this year’s Geneva Motor Show following the coronavirus outbreak has given rise to a new phenomenon – the ‘virtual’ motor show. Rather than unveiling their latest models … Continue Reading ‘Virtual’ Geneva Motor Show – The Big Reveals
Peugeot’s 208 has been crowned Car of The Year 2020. It beat its nearest rival, the Tesla Model 3, by 39 points. The other finalists, in descending order, were the … Continue Reading Peugeot 208 wins Car of the Year 2020
The Bloodhound land speed record car will be powered by a zero-emissions rocket as part of an environmentally conscious design overhaul. The new rocket works by pumping concentrated hydrogen peroxide … Continue Reading Zero-emissions rocket power for Bloodhound land speed record car
Rally fans don’t have long to wait before the start of the 2020 World Rally Championship (WRC) season in Monte Carlo on 23 January, but there has been plenty of … Continue Reading World Rally Championship 2020: Petrolhead’s predictions
Peugeot will enter the World Endurance Championship (WEC) in 2022 under the series’ new Hypercar regulations. The brand will partner with Swiss privateers Rebellion Racing, who compete in the outgoing … Continue Reading Peugeot set for endurance racing return
Double British Rally Champion Russell Brookes had an inauspicious start to his rallying career. A former Rover Company apprentice with a limited amount of disposable income, his early rallying experiences … Continue Reading Remembering Russell Brookes
With the ProCeed set to depart, it’s time to return to the question I posed back in my first report: can a stylish shooting brake tempt people out of their … Continue Reading Kia ProCeed Long-Term Test: Final Report
It seems barely a day goes by without a car manufacturer launching another jacked-up hatchback to suit its customers’ ‘active’ lifestyles and cash in on the trend for mini-SUV styling. … Continue Reading First drive: Kia XCeed – does Kia’s new crossover stand out from the crowd?
Kia will not significantly expand its GT range of performance cars, according to its UK commercial director, Simon Hetherington. Speaking at the launch of the Kia XCeed, Hetherington said: “The … Continue Reading No plans for major expansion of Kia’s GT range
Jamie Clarke was crowned the first Ferrari Challenge UK champion at Silverstone in September after a tense season-long battle with the runner-up in the Trofeo Pirelli class, Jason Baker. Meanwhile, … Continue Reading Clarke clinches Ferrari Challenge UK championship
Three new events have been included in the 2020 World Rally Championship (WRC) calendar, which was released by the FIA earlier today. Kenya, New Zealand and Japan will replace Corsica, … Continue Reading Calendar shake-up for 2020 World Rally Championship
The Kia ProCeed’s shooting brake design is one of its standout features, but does this style come at the expense of practicality? The previous generation of ProCeed was a three-door … Continue Reading Kia ProCeed Long-Term Test: Report 3