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Incentives for buying electric cars should be extended to second-hand purchases, according to a new report.
The plug-in hybrid market is expanding rapidly. Nearly all manufacturers are producing their own versions, which means that there are more of these battery-assisted cars to choose from than ever before.
A ‘highly desirable’ 1963 Chevrolet Corvette C2 will be one of the most sought-after items at next month’s Race Retro Live Auction.
Volkswagen is celebrating 45 years of the Golf GTI by releasing a new anniversary model.
Whisper it, but it looks like we’re on the road back to normality. Yes, the coronavirus pandemic has put a pause on plenty of things over the past year, but with the government’s recently announced roadmap out of lockdown, it could be coming to the end if certain parameters are met.
German car maker Volkswagen has said it made a better than expected post-tax profit of 8.8 billion euros (£7.6bn) in 2020 despite the disruption from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Volvo is deploying an over-the-air update for its electric XC40 Recharge, bringing a range of upgrades for its first fully electric vehicle.
The 2021 Goodwood Members’ Meeting has been pushed back to October, after the government announced its roadmap towards the easing of coronavirus-related restrictions
The UK’s plan for a zero carbon road network is being hampered by an increased uptake in SUVs, more traffic on the road and a surge in car usage.
UK car production fell by 27.3 per cent in January to just 86,052 units, according to figures released today (Feb 26) by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
What is it? Cupra is a company which is quickly finding its feet in the world of motoring. It split apart from Seat to become its own brand back in 2018, but since then has been largely tasked with creating go-faster versions of the Spanish firm’s existing cars. Vehicles like the Cupra Ateca have arrived, shown their faces, but left the firm lacking any real impact.
An investigation into the safety of smart motorways has been launched.
You might have seen in the news today that the government has confirmed that E10 petrol is coming to fuel stations from September.
The Seat Tarraco range has been expanded with the introduction of a new range-topping engine, with prices starting at £39,400.
The owners of Vauxhall are reviewing options for the Ellesmere Port car factory, including closing the site if a deal cannot be reached with the Government.
Peugeot has become the latest car firm to update its logo for the digital age, with the brand’s iconic ‘Lion’ getting a modern makeover.
Volkswagen has opened order books for its new range-topping Tiguan R.
Aston Martin Lagonda’s attempted turnaround went into reverse as the pandemic took its toll, the company has revealed.
The government has confirmed that petrol with a higher ethanol count will be introduced at UK pumps from September.
Land Rover has revealed the most high-performance Defender in its line-up, boasting a supercharged V8 petrol engine.
Workers at Vauxhall’s UK car factory are waiting for news about the future of the plant, with an announcement expected later on Thursday.
What is it? This is, arguably, the most important Ford in recent memory. The Mustang Mach-E is the brand’s first product in a new generation of electric vehicles, and Ford will be hoping this SUV inspires Blue Oval buyers out of combustion engines and into a new zero-emission future.
Volvo and Geely Auto have announced an expansion on their tech-sharing partnership, but have put to bed any plans for a full merger.
It is time to put the brakes on individuals renting supercars and driving recklessly on public highways, an MP has said.
Audi has upgraded its Q5, A6 and A7 plug-in hybrid models with improved battery capacity, which results in a greater electric range and improved fuel economy.
The Cupra Leon hot hatch has gone on sale in the UK with two generously equipped specifications available.
Triumph has revised its Bonneville range for 2021, bringing a more efficient engine and enhanced handling.
The new car market could be set for a post-Covid boom as new research suggests 95 per cent of in-market buyers are ready to re-enter showrooms when lockdown ends.
Car dealers are allowed to offer test drives to customers under the current lockdown rules, it has been confirmed.
Major tyre manufacturer Michelin has revealed how it plans to make its tyres from fully sustainable materials by 2050.