Mercedes-AMG is claiming class-leading power, performance and features for its second-generation A45 S 4Matic+ – a car it says will challenge the established mega-hatch order with up to 415bhp, a supercar-baiting 0-62mph time of 3.9sec and a new switchable Drift mode function.
There are very few classic nameplates that inspire such fervent adoration that continue well past their shuttering. Few that evoke a timeless beauty that could return to the world’s mainstage without any sort of second thought. Of those, DeTomaso is absolutely one of them. And after
Are Porsche ready to dominate the electric market? The new Taycan would suggest they are going to give it a good go. As the new four-door saloon goes into its second phase of prototype production, it leads the line for a programme of electric powered vehicles with a budget of over £5 billion.&