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If you love motoring then Auto Express is your ultimate weekly read. Nothing moves in the world of cars without Auto Express knowing about it. Every week, Auto Express features the highest quality car journalism and photography. We'll keep you in the know with the most exciting scoop stories, the very latest news, reviews and comparisons, ground-breaking features and tests of the most important car kit.

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drivers’ cars are here to stay. here’s how to enjoy them!

FINGERS crossed that it won’t be long before restrictions are lifted and we can get out there driving for fun again – boy, have I missed it. But whatever reason you have for getting out on the road, we’re here to help you get the most from your time behind the wheel. We want you to have more fun, while staying safe and also potentially saving money. That’s why we’ve enlisted the help of one of the UK’s best drivers and a road tester of real repute – our very own Steve Sutcliffe. Nobody knows more about squeezing the last bit of enjoyment out of any car than Steve. And he’s combined that with years of knowledge on how to get the most out of different kinds of cars and on different roads.…

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renault 5 revievived as all-new ev

James_Brodie@dennis.co.uk @jimmybrods OFFICIAL • Famous supermini name is revived for latest electric concept• Bold new model arrives in 2024 as part of range electrification RENAULT is set to revive a brand icon this decade, with the return of the 5 supermini. And the French manufacturer has previewed the new all-electric model in concept form, ahead of a reveal in production guise in 2023. The new Renault 5 will shape up as the brand’s small affordable electric car, while offering competition for other style-driven compact EVs such as the Honda e, MINI Electric and new Fiat 500. It forms an integral part of Renault’s electrification strategy, which has been given fresh impetus under new CEO Luca De Meo. Seven all-electric Renaults are planned by 2025, and it’s likely that the 5 won’t be the only past master…

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dacia reveals big brother for duster

Jonathan_Burn@dennis.co.uk @Jonathan_burn DACIA is going on the product offensive and has pulled the wraps off a new concept car called the Bigster. Although this is only a show car for now, it previews a new 4.6-metre long SUV that will act as a cut-price rival to the likes of the Land Rover Discovery Sport. The Bigster will sit above the current Duster in the firm’s line-up as a “future figurehead of the Dacia range”. And even by Dacia’s own admission, the Bigster will be “a larger, more capable vehicle at the cost buyers would expect from the segment below”. So although it’s about the same sized as a Discovery Sport, it will be sold at a fraction of the cost. The rugged off-roader sticks with the no-nonsense--approach to design that’s familiar from the Duster;…

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alpine charges into electric future with three new cars

OVER at Alpine, the reborn French sports car brand is going all electric, bosses have confirmed. At the same time, the company has announced that three all-new battery-powered models are in the pipeline and will be on the road in the next four years. Under Groupe Renault’s new strategy, bosses have pooled Alpine Cars, Renault Sport Cars and Renault Sport Racing under the Alpine brand. They say this will help develop “high-performance, authentic and exclusive sports cars”. At the core of that plan is Alpine’s commitment to a fully electric future using technology and platforms that are widely available across the group. Alpine has teased its upcoming model range in a hazy image (above); expected to arrive first is a new B-segment hot hatch, based on the just revealed Renault 5, that…

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car-share brand set in motion

ELSEWHERE at Groupe Renault, the firm has also launched a new brand called Mobilize. It will sit alongside Renault, Alpine and Dacia as a new urban-focused mobility provider, with car-sharing, pay-as-you-go usage and sustainable motoring being at its core. Mobilize will develop four purpose-built-vehicles, all for car sharing, and has previewed the first, the EZ-1 (right). It’s a spiritual successor to the Renault Twizy – a compact, two-seat electric vehicle with a 1+1 seating arrangement. Users will only pay for what they use, graded either by mileage or driving time. The EZ-1 is only 2.3 metres long and features a large glass canopy and two doors. The body is made from 95 per cent recycled materials and similarly it will be 95 per cent recyclable at the end of its lifespan, according…

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three-strong range is due in four years

WHAT was once the name for Hyundai’s Toyota Prius rival will become a brand in its own right later this year, when the Ioniq 5 launches as the first model within Hyundai’s more upmarket all-electric sub-brand. Looking to the brand’s immediate future, three fresh models are due over the next four years, all using the new E-GMP platform. After the Ioniq 5 will come the Ioniq 6, which will be a sleek saloon intended to rival everything from the Tesla Model 3 to the upcoming BMW i4. It’ll be based on the Hyundai Prophecy concept revealed last March, and will be revealed in 2022. The brand has also confirmed that another SUV will be joining the 5 in the range in 2024. Called Ioniq 7, it’s described as being a large SUV.…