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This week’s issue of Auto Express

2019-08-28 14:30

This week we test Skoda's new Kamiq SUV and drive Porsche's first ever EV, the Taycan

In this week's issue of Auto Express we find out if the new Skoda Kamiq has what it takes to shine in the small SUV segment and there's a first drive of Porsche's Tesla-rivalling all-electric Taycan saloon.

There's also a battle between two premium electric SUVs as we pit the Mercedes EQC against the Audi e-tron.

Volkswagen's ID. Buggy is a throwback to the classic beach buggy and we've been to California to try it out on the dunes and we try out the updated Audi A4 to see if the BMW 3 Series can be knocked off its pedastal.

There's a showdown between the SEAT Arona and Jeep Renegade and we get behind the wheel of the new SsangYong Korando to see if South Korea's latest small SUV is a winner.

Don’t forget we also have our usual long-term fleet reports, used reviews, motorsport news and much, much more.

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