Audi A4 Allroad quattro and Q7 e-tron; BMW M2, M240i, M140i, M3, M4 Competition and M4 GTS; Fiat 124 Spider; Ford Edge and Fiesta ST facelift; Haval H6; Holden Colorado facelift, Cruze sedan and Trailblazer; Hyundai Elantra SR; Infiniti QX30 and Q50; Mercedes- Benz E-Class, GLC Coupe, GLE 500e, S-Class Cabriolet and SL/SLC facelift; Nissan GT-R; Renault Koleos and Megane; Subaru BRZ facelift; Toyota LandCruiser 70 Series facelift; Volvo V40 facelift and S90

Mercedes-Benz GLE500e

Hustling 2. 2.5 tonnes of luxury SUV was always going to be taxing on the fuel gauge.

The GLE500e addresses this problem by sandwiching an electric motor between the twin-turbo V6 and nine-speed automatic transmission to provide about 30 kays of petrol-free driving. Combined fuel use will be around a Prius-embarrassing 3.3L/100km.


Aston Martin DB11; Audi A3 and S3 facelift, S4, SQ7 TDI and TT RS; BMW 1 Series facelift, i3 facelift, X5 facelift; Citroen DS3 facelift; Ford Kuga facelift; Holden Trax; Honda NSX; Hyundai i30; Infiniti Q60; Mahindra XUV 500 W10; Mercedes-Benz C43 AMG 4Matic, C-Class cabriolet and E300; Mini JCW Convertible; Peugeot 2008; Porsche 718 Cayman; Subaru Impreza; Tesla Model X; Toyota 86 facelift; Volkswagen Amarok facelift and Tiguan

Aston Martin DB11

Chuck out what you know about the DB9 because this is a clean-sheet successor. Bigger, lighter and stiffer than the car it replaces, the DB11 uses a smaller 447kW 5.2-litre twin-turbo V12 with more low-down shove than the 6.0L unit it displaces, and mated to an eight-speed transaxle.