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New Volvo EX30 Officially Launches in SA
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New Volvo EX30 Officially Launches in SA

The new Volvo EX30 has officially launched in South Africa, arriving as one of the most accessible fully electric vehicles (EVs) in the country and signaling the growth trajectory of the Swedish luxury brand. As the cornerstone of Volvo’s strategic global transformation in the fast-growing new-energy vehicle space, the highly anticipated EX30 line-up has been...

The New Porsche Taycan: Improved in Almost Every Discipline
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The New Porsche Taycan: Improved in Almost Every Discipline

Higher: Charging capacity increased by 50 kW to up to 320 kW. Recuperation increased to up to 400 kW at high speeds faster: Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h is up to 0.6 seconds faster. The Taycan Turbo S takes just 2.4 seconds further: The range has been increased by up to 35 percent to...

All Electric Volvo C40 (Reviewed)
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All Electric Volvo C40 (Reviewed)

Driving an all-electric car is not the same as driving a normal car; you have to prepare yourself mentally because an all-electric car doesn’t respond in the same manner as a petrol car. Now the Volvo C40 is even more different than any other electric car I have driven. The first thing I noticed is...

Space, Smart Storage, Intuitive Tech: the All-Electric Volvo EX30 Small SUV
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Space, Smart Storage, Intuitive Tech: the All-Electric Volvo EX30 Small SUV

The new, fully electric Volvo EX30 is not just designed for safety and increased sustainability, it also aims to make your life more convenient, more relaxing, and more enjoyable through cutting-edge tech and considerate Scandinavian design. Our new small SUV has a stylish interior that embraces sustainable thinking, while carefully crafted compilations of materials enhance...

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Mercedes-EQE: The New Business Avant-Garde

Pretoria. Just a few months after the South African launch of the EQS, Mercedes-Benz Cars South Africa is already presenting the next Mercedes-EQ model based on the electric architecture developed specifically for electric vehicles, the new EQE. The sporty business saloon – the fifth model in the extensive Mercedes-EQ range offered locally – offers all...

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Volvo XC60 T8 Inscription Denim Blue

At some point, everyone needs to think about getting an electric car sooner or later. The reasons for that might be different, some for the planet and environment and some because we live in South Africa and anything is possible. Getting a fully electric car is not for everyone but a hybrid might make sense...

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The New All-Electric Mercedes-AMG EQS 53 4MATIC+ with battery-electric drive

With the new EQS 53 4MATIC+ (combined WLTP power consumption: 23.4-21.1 kWh/100 km; CO2 emissions combined, WLTP: 0 g/km; electric range, WLTP: 529-586 km)[1] Mercedes-AMG is embarking on the all-electric future of Driving Performance. The first battery-electric AMG production model is based on the Mercedes-EQ architecture for luxury and executive-class vehicles. It thus fits seamlessly into the...

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Mini Cooper SE (All-Electric) First Impression

The first time I drove an all-electric vehicle is when I drove the BMW i3 and that was about five years ago. My first impression at the time is that we’re not ready for EV’s in South Africa, I still don’t think we are ready today, but we are making progress with regards to the...

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Mercedes Benz Vision EQXX – Taking Electric Range and Efficiency to an Entirely New Level

The road trip reimagined with a new technology blueprint for series production Stuttgart.  Range and efficiency are set to define the electric era. The outstanding range will make electric cars suitable for every journey and will speed adoption. Exceptional efficiency will create a virtuous circle of battery size and weight reduction, allowing us to go...