Shocking news this month, as we discover there’s been a leak of hallucinogens into the Bavarian water supply. At least, I assume that’s what’s happened, because there’s absolutely no other way of explaining the existence of the new BMW iX
Evo should always be a celebration of the best performance cars past and present. We should interrogate and question, of course, but this magazine is one of the last safe sanctuaries for those of us who love cars.
The current Land Rover Discovery is one of those cars defined in the popular imagination by one thing: it has a wonky arse. Last summer I told a mate I’d borrowed one for a week away and his first response was, ‘Has it still got a wonky arse?
Confession time. I have chosen cars on the quality of their hi-fi. Actually that’s not quite true. I’ve never purchased a car on the strength of its sound system, but I have definitely been swayed by the quality of a car’s stereo.
I’ve always been impressed by Volvo for its dogged focus on safety and for the company’s ethics. For those that don’t know, a Volvo engineer created the three-point seatbelt, and it was licensed for any other car maker to use free of charge