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Motorists could be putting lives at risk buying dangerous second-hand tyres, councils have warned.
Tesla is updating software on all its Model S and X cars after two batteries caught fire.
MG’s first-ever electric car – the ZS EV – has been officially unveiled to the public at the London Motor and Tech Show.
Looking backwards is the new looking forwards when it comes to motorcycle manufacturing. Triumph and Ducati owe a large chunk of their current sales to their retro-modern street bike range, while the resurgence of Royal Enfield and smaller capacity manufacturers, such as AJS, all play on heritage.
Bentley has released several teaser images of its upcoming Flying Spur ahead of the car’s debut later this year.
What is it? Mazda has been on a hot streak of late. There’s been the 6, the CX-3 and CX-5 SUVs and, of course, the ever-present MX-5. But while those cars have been successfully updated – and made their mark in their respective segments – the firm hasn’t actually had an all-new model in quite some time.
Prosecutions for drug driving offences nearly doubled last year, official figures show.
BMW is celebrating three and half decades of its famous M5 saloon with this – the M5 Edition 35 Years.
The captain of the largest and most powerful ship ever built for the Royal Navy has been sacked for misusing its official car, it has been reported.
London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) has been branded a success after new statistics revealed a massive uptick in the number of less polluting vehicles entering the centre of the capital.
Eleven per cent of motorists have bought a car without viewing it first as the rise of online marketplaces with comprehensive listings has improved consumer trust in car dealerships.
The Toyota Yaris has been named the country’s most reliable second-hand car purchase in a survey of owners, scoring a near-perfect reliability rating of 99.1 per cent.
Volkswagen has teased the updated interior of the new Golf, hinting at a heavily modernised dashboard.
Ford has just shared the first images of the estate version of its new Focus ST performance car ahead of its summer release.
Motorists who drive in closed lanes on smart motorways will soon be liable for an automatic £100 fine and three penalty points.
The Government is investing £28 million to develop electric vehicle batteries.
The number of parking tickets handed to British drivers soared by more than one million in just 12 months, new figures show.
The number of learner drivers passing the theory test has dropped below 50 per cent after the exam was made more difficult.
Car dealerships will soon be given a badge of approval that tells consumers they’ve demonstrated excellent knowledge and after-sales care when selling electric vehicles.
McLaren plans to open its range to a whole new audience with its new GT – a car that’s said to offer outstanding ride comfort and segment-leading cabin refinement.
Luxury car manufacturer Aston Martin Lagonda swung to a loss in the first quarter after it sold fewer higher priced “special” cars.
Audi has updated its popular A4, giving it a fresh new look and a revised range of engines.
Mini has updated two performance models in its line-up – the John Cooper Works Clubman and John Cooper Works Countryman.
What is it? After years of will-they-won’t-they rumours, concept cars, teaser images, prototypes spied at the Nurburgring and sheer hope of enthusiasts, the new Toyota Supra is finally here. And that headline isn’t deceiving you – we’ve driven it.
Lotus Cars is looking to employ an additional 200 staff to add to the 289 people already recruited during 2018.
Ford is reported to be cutting hundreds of jobs in the UK in an attempt to combat faltering profitability.
What is it? There are two strong trends in the motoring world at the moment — a decline in diesel, and a surge in electrified vehicles. The former has been lambasted for its impact on the environment, while the latter options are quickly becoming feasible daily drivers rather than just the niche machines they once were.
Hyundai and Kia have jointly invested nearly £70m in Rimac Automobili to collaborate on the development of two high-performance electric vehicles by 2020.
Fiat has bolstered its 500 city car range with two new specifications – Star and Rockstar.
What is it? This is the Audi SQ2, the latest identikit, parts bin performance car from the Volkswagen Group. That’s an admittedly pessimistic way to start, but this go-faster crossover has an engine and platform we’re mighty familiar with, with everything from the Cupra Ateca to the Volkswagen Golf R sharing mechanicals. So, you’ll understand why it’s difficult to get too excited…