Review

MG Cyberster review: Perhaps the sexiest EV in the world

The MG Cyberster is really a new chapter in what an MG sports car is. ...

Neta GT review: What can you expect from an EV sports coupe under $25k?

The Neta GT is not the definitive in any particular area. But the price of entry is staggering. ...

Denza N7 review: Premium EV from BYD with different direction

The Denza N7 faces tough competition in its segment. Perhaps it can capture customers, especially with a traditional premium styling, it may find a market amongst a new older demog ...

Xpeng G6 review: Tesla Model Y in crosshairs

The mid-size crossover market is a high-volume market, competitive and cut-throat. The Xpeng G6 stands a good chance of carving out. ...

New Nio ES6 review: A sequel better than the original?

The Nio ES6 is an all-around smash hit. It manages to hit the boxes of comfort, style, and premium feel that one can expect from Nio vehicles. ...

New ES6 review by Telescope: Nio's complete package

Overall, the ES6 is a very accomplished car. I cannot even pick an obvious problem apart from that lack of storage on the back of the front seat. ...

Zeekr 009 review: Is Toyota losing its crown jewel?

With Toyota's reluctance to embrace the EV revolution, Chinese premium EV brands, like Zeekr, are eyeing the luxury MPV space as a chance to charge big money. ...

Video: Nio EC7 & ES8 Gen2 first look

The EC7 is a totally re-designed car. There is not a single body panel that's shared with the ES7. ...

BYD Seal review: Is it the real Tesla Model 3 killer?

The BYD Seal breaks the brand mould, from simple good value EVs to good-value, great-driving, great-styled EVs. ...

Nio ET5 review by Telescope: Open the floodgates

If you strip all the premium features away and treat ET5 as a normal car, it is still a very compelling proposition. ...