TU Assessment

11th January 2023

Tested: Audi SQ5 Review – Highs and Lows of Today’s Technology

Driving the latest version of Audi’s sporting mid-sized SUV, it’s very soon that you will see the epic highs and miserable lows of automotive technology currently on our roads....


2nd September 2020

Tested: Kia Rio 1.0 T-GDi GT-Line Accelerating Tech and Tradition

It’s a sign of the times for the automotive industry when the ‘highlights’ of a modern car are usually to be found inside the cabin rather than under the...


18th March 2020

Tested: Audi Q7 50 TDI Quattro 286PS S line S tronic – Powertrain with Huge Potential

You can’t look at a large vehicle today without the question of emissions instantly popping into your head. Yet, our recent story, Tire Wear Pollution 1,000 Times Worse Than...


27th February 2020

Tested: Land Rover Discovery Sport D240 AWD – Easing Tech into Your Life

A recent UK study suggests nearly a third of motorists don’t use or understand their car’s technology. That study by the British Motor Show is broadly in line with...


8th January 2020

Tested: Nissan Juke Ideal Urban Car-Share

All sorts of peer-to-peer car-share ‘clubs’ are popping up in urban environments around the world. That’s hardly surprising to a city dweller such as myself because urban mobility will,...


3rd January 2020

Tested: Škoda Superb L&K 2.0 TSI DSG – the Here and Now Super-Urban Solution

Speak to almost any European car dealer and you will hear the lament that diesel sales continue to plummet amid urban air quality concerns. However, this trend has revitalized...


29th November 2019

Tested: Ford Mondeo Vignale HEV Estate – Built Tough By Mechanics

Who doesn’t enjoy a good long drive? Many passengers, that’s for sure, but for the dedicated motorist there are few greater pleasures than a ‘mission’ drive in a car...


6th September 2019

Tested: Audi A7 Sportback 50 TDI, The Planet’s Friend

Increasingly business travel is coming under the spotlight in terms of its carbon footprint. More companies are having to question their own sustainability models when they have become used...

21st February 2019

Tested: Honda CR-V 1.5 VTEC Turbo – Great Things Come in Small Packages

Miniaturization happens in many industry sectors but few require it more than the field of the automotive powertrain. Because while engineers battle to reduce the scale of hydrogen fuel-cell...


28th January 2019

Distance Between Automotive Hardware and Software

While carmakers try to bend their hardware into the sort of shape the software gurus of Silicon Valley desire, it’s clear nothing is going to deviate them from a...


2nd January 2019

Luxury Will Carve Out Niche in Future Mobility

When cars drive themselves, anyone and everyone could have access to a robotic chauffeur. This will turn all human drivers into passengers, allowing them to use their commute to...

By Louis Bedigian


17th December 2018

2018: A Pivotal Year for Black Hat Cyber Attacks on Connected Cars

As 2018 comes to a close, a new report from Upstream Security finds that the number of cyber attacks against connected vehicles is increasing.