Kia’s twin-turbocharged Euro-style liftback performance halo has been given a refresh for 2021, and while the interior has been given some much needed upgrades and still performs like a champ, slow sales bring the model’s future into question.
Hyundai has clearly proven that sedans can still be sexy with its new Sonata N Line, but does the driving experience live up to its seriously stunning looks?
If a German sports sedan’s combination of restraint, blistering performance, luxury, and practicality entices you but something with a sleeker coupé-like style is what you’re after, the Audi S7 is likely the car you’ve been looking for.
The new Audi S8 perfectly marries pace and grace, presenting all the luxuries of a full-size luxury sedan with the V8 brawn and sharp dynamics you’d expect from an S-badged model.
The entry-level BMW 5 Series – the 520i M Sport – offers a lot in the way of standard equipment, but it looks as though there’s better value for money to be found elsewhere in the range.
The all-new Genesis G80 delivers that old-school luxury feel with a slick, modern, tech-savvy sheen.
Hyundai’s Elantra replacement, the i30 Sedan, presents itself as an economy car with some added pizazz, but although it looks to be excellent value for money, the drive, it must be said, is nothing to shout about.
BMW’s new sporty sedan feels unlike any other that has come before it, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
While the WRX may be the car that gets all the glory, the regular Impreza is still a fun and dynamically-pleasing car in its own right, even if it does lack a little when it comes to power.
If you’re looking for the perfect A-to-B car, Toyota’s new Corolla sedan is exactly that, especially when it comes to the ultra-efficient and incredibly refined hybrid variant.