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Hyundai has shared more images and details of its sleek, ultra-futuristic Prophecy concept car.
UK petrol prices fell by their largest margin in 12 years during March, new figures have shown.
The Stig can be seen zooming around the garden on a lawn mower instead of the Top Gear racing track in a new video encouraging people to stay at home.
NHS workers that drive a Peugeot, Citroen, Vauxhall or DS can now access Groupe PSA’s Roadside Assistance service for the duration of the coronavirus pandemic.
Police are continuing to warn motorists not to take advantage of quieter roads by speeding.
Jaguar Land Rover has commenced production of 3D-printed, NHS-approved protective visors for medical staff.
Volvo has created a new autonomous driving software company as it continues to advance self-driving vehicles technology.
Mazda is marking its centenary in style with the introduction of a range of special edition models.
The city car segment is one which is often overlooked. However, it’s jam-packed with high-quality models from some of the biggest manufacturers who know that there’s still worth in small, nippy and efficient models.
Nissan has furloughed most of its 6,000 employees at its UK plant after announcing it will remain closed for the rest of the month at least.
Volvo has introduced a new, more affordable plug-in hybrid powertrain to its line-up as the firm looks to give its customers more electrified derivatives.
The government has announced that if your car’s MOT runs out you do not have to have it renewed for another six months, to support those who are struggling to make ends meet during the coronavirus pandemic.
The latest round of banned number plates has been revealed following the introduction of the ‘20’ plate in March.
Audi tuners ABT Sportsline have revealed a wild version of Audi’s latest RS7 – the RS7-R.
There has been a ‘concerning’ rise in road traffic over the past two days despite Britons still being advised to stay at home unless absolutely necessary.
The AA has launched a free breakdown service for NHS workers for the duration of the coronavirus crisis.
Despite MOT tests being suspended to keep key workers moving during the coronavirus lockdown, drivers should still be checking their tyres, a safety charity has urged.
Lamborghini has become the latest car manufacturer to retool its factory in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
For the many who’ve found themselves with a reduced income because of the coronavirus lockdown, cutting costs is becoming a vital move.
What is it? We’ll get it out of the way — this isn’t the Ford Puma you may know from the ‘90/00s. The original may have been a Fiesta-based sporty coupe, but this is not that – it’s a Fiesta-based crossover.
Volkswagen has extended its coronavirus-related production shutdown by a further five days because of the reduction in car sales and challenges faced by its supply chain.
The BMW 3 Series is a household name across the globe. As one of the firm’s most popular vehicles, it’s a common sight on any given road, at any given time. Having been around since the mid-70s, it’s become a motoring staple, going from strength to strength with each generation.
The Motor Ombudsman is the automotive industry’s dispute resolution body. It’s a fully impartial organisation that provides codes of practice for companies to allow the industry to regulate itself, and gives consumers the ability to hold these companies to account when things go wrong.
With the government currently calling on people to stay indoors whenever possible and only venture out for key reasons – such as to buy food, purchase medicine, treat or check on a vulnerable or elderly relative, or if you’re a key worker.
With most of the country stuck indoors as we all battle to protect the NHS and flatten the curve, finding good shows to stream has become a popular pastime.
Vauxhall is offering its roadside assistance programme free of charge to NHS workers who drive one of its vehicles.
BMW is expanding its range of mild hybrid-equipped vehicles to include the 3 Series, X3 and X4.
Seat’s Martorell factory has been converted to manufacture automated ventilators to aid in the fight against coronavirus.
Motorists are being warned that rural petrol stations are at risk of closure as demand for fuel has significantly decreased since people in the UK were told to stay at home.
Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has made a fleet of vehicles available to the British Red Cross during the Covid-19 pandemic.