Thanks to decreases in profits from new car sales, manufacturers are looking for new markets to harvest and mobility as a service (MaaS) seems to be the ideology they’ve latched on to.
Toyota has always been at the forefront of the motor industry, paving the way for innovation. The Prius was the world’s first mass-produced petrol-electric hybrid vehicle and the Mirai entered the market in a similar fashion but fuelled by hydrogen cells.
The Nürburgring racetrack has been the heart of vehicle testing for decades. Not only this, but motoring enthusiasts and journalists use it frequently for test laps of some of the hottest cars on the market.
At a time where there seems to be an endless supply of sporty coupes, why should you consider the Audi A5? After all, isn’t the similarly-styled A4 essentially the same model, but cheaper?