Winner Car of the Year
Range Rover Evoque
Guide price: £27,955
A motor as jaw-slackeningly desirable as the Evoque doesn’t come along every day. It has the off-road ability of a Land Rover, the prestige of the Range Rover marque and the looks of a Blade Runner space car, and in its 129g/km two-wheel drive eD4 Diesel Coupe guise, it’s even quite affordable. Spec it up and you’ll lose that, but gain an 825W Meridian audio system with dual-view screen that’ll show sat-nav to the driver and a DVD to the passenger.
A speed limit-reading front camera, a crash-preventing radar, DAB audio system, and, in the near future, a Wi-Fi hotspot: this isn't a sensible family car, it's a gadget on wheels.
A genius drivetrain means Ferrariís first ever four-wheel drive offers prodigious grip, 2WD-esque thrills and the practicality of four comfortable seats. No, we can't afford one.
Not a car exactly, but this two-seater electric quadricycle will soon rule the city. Tiny and ludicrously affordable, you don't even need a licence to drive one.
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