car tech

Kenwood DRV-430 Review

The Kenwood DRV-430 is a dash cam from renowned Hi-Fi manufacturer Kenwood. This might sound like an odd product for the company to be involved

Ford Mustang Bullitt review: Almost Steve McQueen cool

Nostalgia is powerful — it’s why we still have Star Wars movies. It’s the reason everyone loves the ’80s, and if you’ve ever talked to someone about

Hyundai Kona Electric review: The everyman’s EV is a near-perfect crossover

Electric vehicles (EVs) are an increasingly viable prospect for people in the UK. With zero emissions and therefore no tax, plus a government grant to

2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Quadrifoglio first drive

The 2018 Stelvio Quadrifoglio is always fast, all the time, regardless of what drive mode you’re in. How could it not be, endowed as it

Mercedes-Benz E-Class All-Terrain review: Top of the class

How much do you want an SUV? It might have escaped your notice, but every other car we now review seems to be an SUV

2019 A-Class says “Hey Mercedes” to a new age of car tech

Mercedes-Benz may have actually done the seemingly-impossible, and given the new 2019 A-Class an infotainment system worth using. The new compact car debuts MBUX, or

Audi A8 (2017) review: The most tech-packed car to ever hit the road

Step into the brand new Audi A8 and it’s impossible not to be impressed. This car is like a first class suite on wheels, with

Porsche Panamera (2017) review: Tantalising tech is only half the treat

“Fahren, fahren, fahren auf der Autobahn,” Emil Shult chants out of the Bose stereo as we speed up the A1 in the new Porsche Panamera

Ford Fiesta ST200 first drive: Irresistible overboost fun

When Ford announced that it would not be making a Fiesta RS, drivers the world over sighed. But that soon changed to cheers when the

2017 Hyundai Elantra Review: Best Connected Car for the Masses

THE GOOD Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support Blue Link subscription offers remote start and other useful features Premium Clari-Fi sound system Active lane assist

Opel Adam Jam 1.0 EcoFlex Review

R350 000 doesn’t buy you a heck of a lot of car, but strangely R215 000 can get you almost all you need. An entry

Self-driving car tech lets computers see our world like never before

Since their inception, computers have lived in a world of ones and zeros, doggedly processing if-then and and-or statements through multiple language layers. One fascinating