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A number of vehicles built to replicate those driven on-screen by Burt Reynolds are heading to auction next week.
Aston Martin Lagonda is set to float on the London Stock Exchange on October 3, with a targeted valuation of around £5 billion.
Criminals could be driven straight to police stations by autonomous cop cars, thanks to new patented technology.
Drivers’ dependency upon their vehicles has risen by a third over the past year – partly because of deficiencies in public transport, according to new research.
More than one in five UK motorists has said that their cars have been damaged after driving over speed bumps, new data has revealed.
Aston Martin has confirmed it is working on a new, ultra-limited hypercar that directly descends from its flagship Valkyrie.
BMW has unveiled its R1250 GS and R1250 RT motorcycles, showcasing the bikes’ uprated technology and engine advancements.
Fiat has bolstered its 500L family car range with a special-edition S-Design specification.
What is it? To a certain generation of enthusiasts, the GSi moniker will hark back bags of nostalgia. The iconic nameplate has graced some of Vauxhall’s finest and most sought-after machinery, gaining a reputation as the badge of a working-class hero.
Volkswagen’s Commercial Vehicles arm has unveiled five new vehicles at the IAA Commercial Vehicle Show in Hannover. The most exciting debut is that of the I.D. Buzz Cargo – a practical sibling to the I.D. Buzz Microbus and a retro-styled throwback to the iconic Type 2.
A pair of upcoming BMW models have been spotted undergoing secret testing near Innsbruck in Austria.
Peugeot has looked to its heritage for one of its most advanced concept cars to date.
A new report has suggested that the EU may struggle to meet its climate targets without an earlier ban on the sale of petrol and diesel cars.
Abarth has revealed prices for its exclusive 124 GT model. The limited-edition roadster, based on the Fiat 124 Spider, will start from £33,625 on the road.
What is it? Mazda has a habit of regularly updating its cars with small refinements and improvements, rather than saving them all for a big update every few years. Such is the way with the 2018 CX-3 compact crossover, which you might find difficult to tell apart from its predecessor.
Luxury carmaker Aston Martin is aiming for a £5 billion valuation when its shares begin trading on the London Stock Exchange next month.
BMW has revealed the engine line-up for its new Z4, following the roadster’s unveil at the Pebble Beach Concours last month.
Seat has added a third and final SUV to its range with the flagship Tarraco.
Mercedes-AMG has revealed its latest hot hatch – the A 35 4Matic.
Renault has given a glimpse into the future of delivery vehicles with its EZ-PRO concept.
Nissan has unveiled a concept with a difference – a Navara pick-up that can operate as a mobile astronomy lab.
Suzuki’s Jimny off-roader has come in for serious criticism from experts after they awarded it just three stars out of a possible five for safety.
Fewer than four in 10 new cars are fitted with a manual parking brake, according to new research.
Ferrari has lifted the lid on two new limited-edition special-series models – the Monza SP1 and SP2.
A UK motorist buying a new car imported from the EU could find themselves having to pay £1,500 more in the event of a no-deal Brexit, according to automotive industry body the SMMT.
Air pollution may be linked with an increased risk of developing dementia, research suggests.
If you want to run a car on UK roads, you must be insured. There’s no way around it.
Another day, another teaser for the Skoda Kodiaq vRS – with the performance-orientated SUV set to debut at next month’s Paris Motor Show.
Audi has revealed plans to offer 12 all-electric production cars by 2025, with the first joining its line-up in the coming months.
A 301-mile range has been claimed for the upcoming all-electric Kia e-Niro.