In Auto Express magazine this week we have exclusive images of the new Hyundai Kona and take a closer look at the new Ferrari Purosangue SUV

new hyundai kona previewed in this week’s auto express

In this week’s Auto Express we have exclusive images of the all-new Hyundai Kona that hint at how the next-generation baby SUV will look when it arrives in the UK next year.

We also have the lowdown on Ferrari’s first ever SUV. It will be called Purosangue, boast a V12 powertrain with 715bhp and cost around £350,000.

Plus, we have official images of the new all-electric Jeep Avenger and reveal the best winter tyres on sale right now.

In the drives section we get behind the wheel of the new plug-in hybrid Lexus RX SUV, try out the bigger-battery Nissan Ariya and hit the road in the Volkswagen Multivan.

If that wasn’t enough we have a twin test shock as the funky new Citroen C5 X outsmarts the Skoda Superb.

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