New Mercedes GLE 400 d Coupe 2019 review – pictures

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Best SUVs to buy now 2019/2020

If you’re in the market for an SUV you’re spoilt for choice these days. The range of models on offer is huge and growing, making choosing the best SUV for your needs all the more difficult.

New 2021 Skoda Fabia fast-tracked for an early arrival – pictures

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New Audi RS Q3 2019 review – pictures

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Lancia Stratos – world’s coolest cars | Cool cars: the top 10 coolest cars in the world revealed

What's cooler than building a car that looks like a concept car to go rallying in? Not much, and that's exactly what Lancia did when it introduced the Stratos. It was the replacement for the successful Fulvia HF, but rather than evolve that front-engine, front-drive coupe, Lancia went mad and produced a stunning wedge of a car with a mid-mounted engine sourced from Ferrari. Can you think of anything cooler than something as radical as the Stratos storming down a forest track, flames spitting from its exhaust? That's what makes this a cool car.

Toyota Yaris GR-4 hot hatch teased in new video – pictures

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New Skoda Superb iV 2019 review – pictures

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Land Rover Defender – world’s coolest cars | Cool cars: the top 10 coolest cars in the world revealed

Few cars have survived for as long as the original Land Rover did. While the last Defender is what we've named it in the list, we're counting the entire heritage of the car, all the way back to the 1948 original. In terms of history and longevity, only the Jeep and Mercedes G-Wagen can compete, but the former has evolved beyond recognition from the Willys original, while the latter is now a fashion trinket for the rich. In comparison, the Land Rover is fairly unique in the breadth of its abilities.

New Range Rover Velar D180 2019 review

The Range Rover Velar was launched in 2017, but only now is the mid-range member of the British brand’s luxury SUV family really finding its feet. To start with, the car’s pricing was pitched relatively high, but while you can still spend a lot of money on a Velar, there are more modest variants that could make more sense for many customers. This, then, could be the pick of the range: the entry-level Velar D180.