November 23 The MGMPR Motor Review

The Range Rover hybrid performance on a par with that of the mighty SDV8

The hybrid Range Rover is expensive to buy but there will be more than enough wealthy fans who will not have an issue with price, says our motoring journalist, Stephen Grant.

Hybrid models are a bit of a ‘must-have’ for manufacturers at the moment and it is incredible that Land Rover has brought this to Range Rover without compromising its legendary reputation for off-road ability combined with limousine refinement. Read The MGMPR Motor Review here and see what you think!

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November 19 The MGMPR Motor Review

Land Rover builds one-of-a-kind Defender to mark two million milestone

Seven decades of the production of the Land Rover Defender is something to celebrate and there’s no better way than to put out a special edition to mark the momentous occasion.

In December, collectors and Defender fans will be given the opportunity to own this unique piece of Land Rover’s history when it is auctioned by globally renowned auction house, Bonhams. If you look at this picture alone – you will see why we are getting extremely excited about this.

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July 1 The MGMPR Motor Review

Experience the thrill of the new Lexus RC F through virtual reality racing

At the motor show in Geneva earlier this year, Lexus launched the RC F experience so enthusiasts could put themselves in a virtual race experience.

The company, which is well known for wanting to push its boundaries, wants to give customers an amazing virtual reality experience which can be enjoyed and shared by anyone so they combine realism, multi-platform availability and YouTube 360-degree video streaming. The result is as close as you can get to racing. Check this out.

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July 1 The MGMPR Motor Review

The Toyota Aygo x-pression 1.0-litre five door manual has class, style and is fun

The MGMPR Motor Review hears what David Terai, chief engineer, of the Toyota Aygo, says about this fantastic small car.

“There seems to be an implicit agreement among vehicle planners, stylists and engineers that drivers of small cars don’t spend much time behind the wheel anyway, so they won’t mind having to compromise. I can’t believe this is true. I am convinced these drivers, just like any other, want a car they can be proud of, and I took it as my task to create just such a car.”

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June 22 The MGMPR Motor Review

Here’s one for you! When is a Citroen not a Citroen? When it’s a DS

The DS3 was voted the What Car? magazine as being the best small car in 2014. It’s customer satisfaction score and overall industry average were high.

But just what is the stylish yet affordable motor like when it’s out on the open road. Steve Grant takes a close look at the spec, manoeuvrability and the key features which is making this car very attractive to the 320,000 householders worldwide since it was launched in 2010. Fancy a sneaky peak – here’s why the DS3 is so desirable.

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June 5 The MGMPR Motor Review

Ford introduces in-car camera technology which let’s say – is more than pretty cool!

Trying to see round a corner is impossible – well, it was impossible. Ford have now introduced a new technology which enables drivers to see round corners.

The first-in-segment technology is activated simply with the push of a button. A 1-megapixel camera in the front grille enables drivers to see a real-time 180-degree view – left and right – on the vehicle’s eight-inch colour touchscreen. Drivers can track road users approaching on either side and pass in front of the vehicle. Pretty cool right?

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