Motoring

  • BusinessThe Telegraph

    The electric cars with the longest range to get you to Paris for the Olympics

    Overwhelmed public infrastructure, “green rage” at charging points and long waits to top up batteries – driving to the Olympic Games in France this summer could be stressful for those in the wrong electric vehicle.

    6-min read
  • LifestyleThe Telegraph

    The Wheeler Dealers guide to ‘modern classic’ cars

    “Fortune favours the brave,” as the saying goes. And there are few braver than those who put their faith in an out-of-warranty used car – although the potential rewards can be substantial for those willing to bear the risk.

    6-min read
  • LifestyleThe Independent

    Hurricane watch: Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato

    CAR REVIEW: On a Sunday afternoon in Leicestershire, Sean O’Grady takes the bull by the horns and finds its disciplined handling would make it just as content in a china shop

    4-min read
  • NewsThe Conversation

    Euro 2024: battles on and off the pitch reflect a continent struggling with its own identity

    Some performances symbolised Europe’s wider struggle to retain its power, influence and relevance.

    5-min read
  • LifestyleThe Telegraph

    UK’s rarest cars: 1981 Toyota HiAce campervan, one of only 12 left

    The Great British Camping Holiday of 1981 was often not for the faint-hearted. You would need a campervan as agreeable as a Devon-converted Toyota HiAce with Alpine Green paintwork to make the experience bearable. In addition to the rain and the mud, there would be the camp shop retailing tinned foods last glimpsed when Harold Macmillan was Prime Minister, while the camp entertainment hall would be screening Carry On England. All week.

    4-min read
  • NewsSWNS

    "People call me lazy for being a mum with a messy house"

    A mum was branded "lazy" after a video she posted online showed her home was messy - covered in laundry and toys. Laura Green, 30, made a video of her home in Leicester, and posted it on TikTok to show other parents it's ok not to be perfect. She said she wanted to show "it's fine to take a break and tidy up later" - especially with the busy summer holidays approaching. The mum-of-two under-fives wanted to share her experience after coming downstairs after putting her son to bed - and realising

  • NewsThe Conversation

    Terroir noir: wine’s hidden colonial history needs to be uncorked

    “New world” wines are much more likely to be associated with entrepreneurial growers and terraces of bulging fruit than all the black and indigenous slaves who helped enable them.

    5-min read