In this issue of Autovolt : Main features in this issue are:
• FIRST DRIVE: Mahindra e2o
The Indian manufacturers first attempt at introducing an electric car to the UK, we take a look and a drive, but is it too expensive?
• FIRST DRIVE: Toyota Mirai
We get behind the wheel of Toyota’s first production hydrogen fuel cell car, the Mirai and take a look at what it offers both as a car and a means to an end.
• INSIGHT: Autonomous Cars Save Lives
Autonomous cars are touted to play a big part in our future, but will they save as many lives as manufacturers would have you believe?
• FEATURE: Riversimple Rasa
We take a look at the tiny Rasa, a two-seat hydrogen fuel cell vehicle produced in Wales by an up-start company with big ideas.
• INSIGHT: Should We Invest in EVs?
An insightful look at why government should invest in electric cars and what it may bring to our economy.
• TECHNOLOGY: Home Batteries & V2G
How home battery storage and vehicle-to-grid could revolutionise the way we use power.
• INTERVIEW: Richard Candler
Five minutes with Richard Candler, Nissan’s future technologist, on autonomous cars and what the future may hold.
• REVIEW: Nissan LEAF 30kWh
The new larger battery LEAF put to the AutoVolt test, but is it worth it over the 24kWh version?
• REVIEW: Toyota Prius
We drive the new 2016 Prius to Northumberland and take some stunning scenery photos of an ancient landscape with a modern machine.
• REVIEW: Lexus RC 300h
The only hybrid coupé on sale today, Lexus’ RC is a very pretty thing, but is it a good hybrid?
• BUYING GUIDE: Vauxhall Ampera
Our guide to the Vauxhall Ampera, a car that seemingly has it all and for just £10,000 on the used market! A bargain or full of problems?
To find out more info about what’s inside this issue, visit www.autovolt-magazine.com
The latest EV & hybrid news, plus handy guides explaining electric and hybrid vehicles to both the beginner and enthusiast alike complement every issue.
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