If you find yourself edging close to the Begley side of the save-the-world spectrum, you're no doubt paying attention to the fresh crop of all-electric cars on the market.
Electric automaker Think hopes you've been paying attention.
Aston has upped the app game by including a video function that can record your drive, a telemetry display that shows your speed and Gs, and a database of the world's best roads.
Monster's record was the big news, but that's not all.
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