car tech

Volvo V90 Review

KEY FEATURES 57.7-62.8mpg 119-129g/km CO2 emissions 1,526-litre max internal capacity (seats down) W201.9 x H147.5 x L493.6cm 8-speed automatic transmission Sensus Connect infotainment with 9-inch

2017 MCLAREN 570GT REVIEW

HIGHS Thrilling acceleration Endless grip Streamlined, exotic looks Fantastic ride Surprising practicality LOWS Slow touchscreen Muzzled exhaust Let’s be honest, the term “practical supercar” makes

2016 Chevrolet Cruze review

THE GOOD: The attractive and efficient 2016 Cruze brims with the latest in-car tech. THE BAD: The Cruze has some trouble getting out of its own way,

Audi R8 Spyder (2016) review: Tinnitus, tyre marks and turned heads guaranteed

Audi R8 owners dislike the sentiment, but the German speed machine has always been the sensible supercar. The controlled but elegant exterior styling, the impressive

2017 A4 Allroad Review: Audi’s Counter to Crossovers

Audi wasn’t messing around when it came time to prove the 2017 A4 Allroad is about more than looking classy — and moderately rugged —

2016 MCLAREN 570S COUPE REVIEW

HIGHS Amazing acceleration Head-turning looks Adheres to the road like glue Sounds like an F1 car, feels like one, too LOWS Slow, unresponsive touchscreen Unintuitive

Kia Niro review: Say hello to my little friend

The word “Niro” makes us think of a few things: Robert de Niro in his classic film roles; strong black coffee; or some kind of

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