Many future classic cars are in danger of extinction because the technology that helps them run is disappearing. The vehicles are the so-called digital generation: cars from the mid-1980s onwards that feature electronic components. The problem is such a serious one it has been flagged up by the Federation Internationale des Véhicules Anciens (FIVA), the worldwide old car conservation body. Continue reading
Hybrid cars that combine electric motors with a conventional engine are becoming increasingly popular. And now that they’ve been on our roads for a few years, there are ever more available as used buys. We take a look at three petrol-electric hybrid cars that you can buy for £10,000. Our selection includes a four-wheel drive SUV and one car that’s more electric than petrol.