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Sinclair C5 fascination

by Paul Healy on 01 Jun 2015

changagoidem Features | Sinclair C5 fascination

It will forever be remembered as an unmitigated disaster - up there with Betamax and the Minidisc - though was in fact voted the greatest innovation disaster of all time last year by 1,000 tech fans; was the Sinclair C5 really just ahead of its time?

Celebrating its 30th anniversary this year with a special display at the National Motor Museum in Hampshire, UK, the C5 is a single-seat, pedal-electric, urban commuting vehicle not a million miles away from the concept of the Renault Twizy or Toyota i-Road. While not a exactly common sight on the road (the i-Road…

Friday Find 28th May 2015

by Neil Briscoe on 29 May 2015

changagoidem Features | Friday Find 28th May 2015

We saw the first photos and details of the new Skoda Superb Combi estate popping up this week, and it'll be launching in Ireland later this summer. We'll get to drive it for the first time in a few weeks, but it jogged our memory of just how brilliant the current Superb Combi is. Enormously spacious, exceptionally comfortable, it's a close-to-perfect family wagon, and one that's built as well as (if not better) than the far more expensive Mercedes E-Class estate.


Heavy Breathing

by Neil Briscoe on 25 May 2015

changagoidem Features | Heavy Breathing

I eyed the circle of people arcing out from my left and right hands warily. I'd never been to a meeting like this before and, like so many would be, I was nervous. I'm supposed to be a good public speaker, but as any band or entertainer will tell you, it's the small audiences that are the hardest.

The group leader, a kindly looking man clad in a tweed jacket and surveying the world through neat dark-rimmed glasses, stood and smiled briefly at me before saying a few words. "Good evening everyone..." he said. His accent was local but…

What would (insert your deity of choice) drive?

by Neil Briscoe on 21 May 2015

changagoidem Features | What would (insert your deity of choice) drive?

And lo, it came to pass, that the many should purchase the hordes of Focus, Golf and Auris while the few, the treasured few, would becalm themselves and enter unto the Alfa Romeo dealership, there to place gold into the hands of a seller of Giuliettas.

And much was the wailing and the anguish at the payment of various taxes and nefarious levies. Why, called the crowd to those on high, must we be debased with the scourge…

Could the Chevrolet Bolt be the automobile to turn the EV tide?

by Paul Healy on 20 May 2015

changagoidem Features | Could the Chevrolet Bolt be the automobile to turn the EV tide?

When Chevrolet announced in 2013 that it was leaving the European market few bothered to raise an eyebrow. Sure we might miss the madness of the likes of the Camaro, but for every muscle automobile there was a hundred rebadged Opels (Chevy Trax) or bargain basement Aveos.

However, with the unveiling of the Bolt concept at this month's Detroit Auto Show, European markets may be vying to tempt Chevy back, as the idea of a €30,000 electric automobile that offers a theoretical range of 320 kilometres would be right up a European rue, or strada.

Set to arrive…

Fascination: Bond Baddies' Automobiles

by Neil Briscoe on 17 May 2015

changagoidem Features | Fascination: Bond Baddies' Automobiles

Let's face it, James Bond wins, in all of his movies, because he has the best automobiles.

OK, so he doesn't necessarily come through unscathed. He loses his wife, his boss, his co-workers and in the case of Roger Moore chatting up lovelies a third his age in A View to a Kill, all sense of dignity and propriety. However, in the end, he wins and the bad guys lose. Largely, one could suggest, because he has the best automobiles. After all, when the guy you're trying to foil has an Aston Martin, a Lotus or a BMW Z8,…



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