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Gareth Herincx

Gareth is a versatile journalist, copywriter and digital editor who's worked across the media in newspapers, magazines, TV, teletext, radio and online. After long stints at the BBC, GMTV and ITV, he now specialises in motoring.

Porsche Cayenne review

Porsche Cayenne

Time flies and the Porsche Cayenne is now into its third generation. Some 800,000 have been sold since the big SUV was launched in 2002 and it’s now Porsche’s second biggest-seller after its little brother – the sublime Macan. So what’s new about the latest Cayenne? And can it still …

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Expert used car buying advice

Used car lot

New year, new car? If you’re thinking about changing your car in 2019, we have some top tips to guide you through the process. Follow this advice from Tim Shallcross, IAM RoadSmart’s head of technical policy, and you’ll be able to tell a trustworthy bargain from a troublesome money pit… …

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Hyundai unleashes walking concept car

Hyundai unleashes walking concept car

Introducing the car that can climb walls and step over holes thanks to its robotic legs, potentially transforming the way rescue teams operate in disaster zones. More than 10,000 people died in natural catastrophes in 2017, with an estimated 201 million needing international humanitarian assistance. One of the problems is …

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10 of the safest new cars 2019

Jaguar I-Pace

  Meet the 10 contenders vying for the What Car? Safety Award 2019, revealed by road safety organisation Thatcham Research. Matthew Avery, What Car? Safety Award judge and Director of Research at Thatcham Research said the cars on the shortlist for the award, which will be announced on January 22, …

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Golden oldies top in-car feelgood songs

Drivers ditch modern classics in favour of 70s hits for a feel good driving experience

A new survey has revealed the UK’s top songs to make you feel good when you’re driving a car. Classic songs provide more of a mood-boost for drivers than modern day hits, according to the nationwide survey of 2,000 motorists by SEAT UK. Out of the top 10 songs to …

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Toyota champions futuristic wheelchair designs

Phoenix Instinct wheelchair concept

Toyota has unveiled the five finalists of its Mobility Unlimited Challenge who will share a $4 million prize to use technology to reinvent the wheelchair and help people with lower-limb paralysis. The Toyota Mobility Foundation, in partnership with Nesta’s Challenge Prize Centre, made the announcement at the Consumer Electronics Show …

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Take That deliver ‘Suzuki Surprises’ on ITV

Take That surprise

Suzuki has launched a TV campaign featuring Take That’s Gary, Mark and Howard delivering a series of surprises to some of their most devoted fans as part of their 30th anniversary. The three 30-second ads, “Suzuki Surprises”, are part of the the Japanese car brand’s three-year partnership with ITV’s Saturday …

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BMW X5 review


It’s 20 years since the BMW X5 first arrived on the scene. It’s fair to say that it shook up the big SUV sector, then dominated by the Range Rover, Land Rover Discovery and Mercedes-Benz M-Class, with its blend of premium quality and driving dynamics. With more than 2.2 million …

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Schumacher 50th birthday exhibition opens

Ferrari's Michael 50 Schumacher exhibition

The Ferrari Museum has opened a special exhibition called ‘Michael 50’ to celebrate the 50th birthday of Grand Prix legend Michael Schumacher. Located at Ferrari’s headquarters in Maranello, Italy, the exhibition tells the story of Michael Schumacher’s record-breaking F1 career which saw him win seven titles, 91 Grands Prix and …

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Fiat 500 to be a New York showstopper

Fiat 500 F series

An iconic Fiat 500 is to go on public display at the Museum of Modern Art in New York as part of ‘The Value of Good Design’ exhibition. The Fiat 500 F series, which was bought by the museum in July 2017, will be on show for the first time …

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