Ford Mustang Mach 1 Review 

Sharper More Planted Muscle car for track day enthusiasts

The original Mustang Mach 1 came out in 1969 as a performance package, with enhanced performance and suspension. That’s pretty much true of today’s version too, which you can identify from the more aggressive front lower end, the driving lamp housings in the grille and the bonnet stripe and highlighting around that and along the side profiles – sadly no shaker scoop – unlike the original.

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Hyundai Ioniq 5 First Drive Review

Its Very Interesting!

My quick first drive review of the Hyundai Ioniq 5 reveals a hugely charismatically designed car both inside and out, it’s incredibly alluring, comfy, spacious, reasonably practical, but what’s it like around a tight and twisty mountain road. Find out in this video. #BCGHyundaiIoniq5

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Mercedes Benz EQS 450 Review

the S-Class of Electric Cars

My review of the Mercedes-Benz EQS 450+ Luxury at the SMMT Test Day. This £100,000 car is the S-Class of Mercedes’ all-electric EQ range, although it’s a completely separate ground-up design. I take a look at the boot, the rear passenger compartment, the front space and kit and take for a drive on a close hill course circuit. #BCGMercedesEQS

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McLaren GT Review 

the best all-rounder British supercar

Don’t be put off by the McLaren GT being the ‘entry-level’ offering from the British supercar maker, because this might actually be the pick of the range if you want to drive and use your Supercar for more than just posing or track days. 

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BMW M440i Gran Coupe xDrive Review 

Good looking, fast & planted

Prepare to be confused. I am. And I know BMWs. This is the 4 Series, which of course is the two-door brother to the four-door 3 Series. Except you see four doors on the car in these pictures. In fact, it’s got five – because the boot lid is actually a hatchback. 

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2022 Mazda CX-5 Review 

SUV Attacks Scottish Roads – and Wins!

Mazda launched a sensible, practical and comfortable high-riding family car in the Scottish Highlands some weeks ago. Stop. Just let that sink it. An SUV introduced in an area known for some of the best driving roads in the country – somewhere where typically you might think to launch a sports car as it would really be able to stretch its legs and demonstrate its abilities. 

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Volvo XC40 Recharge P8 Twin Pro AWD 

Minimum Fuss Family EV

This is Volvo’s first all-wheel drive fully electric car, the EV version of the Volvo XC40 medium-sized family SUV that’s been around since 2018. The XC40 is available with other powertrains including a mild hybrid and full plug-in hybrid too. This electric XC40 Recharge was introduced in 2020, and while it may have been adapted to run as an electric car, rather than originating as an EV, it is worth mentioning that it shares its platform with Polestar 2 – which was launched as a fully electric car. 

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BMW M4 Competition Convertible M xDrive Review

The M Cabriolet was always the perfect BMW to have – is it still the case?

This could easily be a very short review indeed. And this is because the BMW M4 Competition Convertible M xDrive could arguably be a perfect car for most people. And I can end this discourse right here. But let’s expound a little. 

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Ford Mustang Mach 1 on Test

Stay tuned for full review coming soon!

Got the new Ford Mustang Mach 1 in on test at the moment. Here’s a quicker taster and a bit of info on the car. Stay tuned – subscribe and turn on notifications to make sure you don’t miss my full review of the Mach 1 Mustang coming your way soon! Meanwhile also follow on social media #BCGFordMustang

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