Walking the torque
A system that fills in the torque gap of a turbocharged diesel
engine, allowing a smaller power unit to punch well above its size,
without the dreaded 'lag'-that has to be a winner, surely.
So a decade later, why has it yet to come to market? Ian Adcock
ponders the reasons
Tipping the scales
The original Range Rover revolutionised the automotive industry
when it was launched. Some 42 years later, the latest version looks
very much set to do the same as Ian Adcock reports
Can computers take control safely?
In the name of improved safety, some favour a future where
automation takes charge of a fast-moving vehicle. The more cautious
support advanced systems that simply warn drivers of potential
problems. Who will win out? Chris Edwards reports