This week’s issue of Auto Express

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In this week’s April exclusive situation of Auto Express we get powering the wheel of Vauxhall’s to start with electric car – the Corsa-e – and uncover it displays a good deal of promise, but it arrives at a rate.

We also have exceptional photos of the all-new Vauxhall Mokka X SUV, which is set to arrive future calendar year with all-electrical ability.

As well as, we also acquire a search 102 brilliant new cars, delving into the greatest styles coming in 2020 and further than, and we reveal that the future Audi Q5 will spawn a coupe Sportback version.

In the drives part we try out out the facelifted Jaguar F-Variety to see if the changes imply it is now a major Porsche 911 rival and we hit the street in the blistering 591bhp Audi RS Q8.

If that wasn’t ample we have a twin examination among the Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 and Renault Megane Trophy-R and we have a electrical metropolis car showdown among the VW e-up! and Skoda Cigigo-e iV.

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