Elsewhere, we take a look at the upcoming Aston Martin DBX SUV, which has been testing on Welsh rally stages ahead of its 2019 launch.
We also report on Mitsubishi’s reaction to the UK government’s axing of grants for plug-in hybrid vehicles, and Renault’s decision to drop its badges from all new Dacia models worldwide.
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This week we’ve driven BAC’s revised Mono single-seater. The Liverpool-based company now produces 40 of its flagship, track-focussed creations each year, but have some of the more user-friendly modifications taken away from the exhilarating driving experience?
We also drive the Tesla Model 3 Performance to see if the range-topping EV is still setting the benchmark for mass-produced, zero-emissions motoring. We present the new Jaguar XE 20T R-Sport with a stereotypical B-road, to see if it suffers as a result of losing two of its six cylinders.