What is it? From the daft name to the eye-catching airbumps strewn across the side panels, everything about the previous-generation Citroen C4 Cactus was designed to be just a little bit different to the norm. Read More
A vehicle subscription service that allows motorists to pay a monthly fee to rent a car could revolutionise vehicle ownership. Read More
What is it? The Subaru BRZ has been around for quite some time now, but in order to give the model a new lease of life, it’s had a refresh – along with its platform sibling, the Toyota GT86. Read More
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What is it? From the daft name to the eye-catching airbumps strewn across the side panels, everything about the previous-generation Citroen C4 Cactus was designed to be just a little bit different to the norm.
A vehicle subscription service that allows motorists to pay a monthly fee to rent a car could revolutionise vehicle ownership.
What is it? The Subaru BRZ has been around for quite some time now, but in order to give the model a new lease of life, it’s had a refresh – along with its platform sibling, the Toyota GT86.
The MOT test is getting a major revision on May 20, bringing in tougher measure against diesel cars through a variety of new defect categories.
A vehicle subscription service that allows motorists to pay a monthly fee to rent a car has received £5.5 million-worth of investment.
Newport on the Isle of Wight has been revealed as the easiest place to pass your driving test, with 87.6 per cent of examinations resulting in a pass in 2017.
Audi has confirmed it will build a four-door e-tron GT sports EV, having unveiled a teaser image of the prototype.
Britain’s largest workers’ union has called on the government to put plans in place to help the UK’s car industry transition quickly towards manufacturing electrified vehicles.
Despite the industry hailing the consistent growth of electric vehicles, the latest figures have shown a dramatic drop in the number of EVs purchased in 2018. However, industry experts claim that this decline in electric vehicle sales is not the start of an ongoing trend.
McLaren has revealed an exceptionally low-volume special edition version of its most practical supercar.
What is it? The Goodwood Revival is a celebration of the golden age of motoring, when engines were raucous and driver skill reigned supreme, with assistance systems nowhere to be found. It’s fitting that the event hosted the launch of this – the Caterham Supersprint.
A research and campaigns group has found that the vast majority of Euro 6 vehicles do not meet EU emissions limits, despite being exempt from many urban diesel bans.
Nearly one million lost driving licences had to be replaced in Britain last year, according to new figures.
Arnold Clark has gained national praise for a kind gesture, gifting a brand new car to a recently bereaved family.
More than 60 per cent of Lamborghini’s new SUV customers will be new to the brand, says the company’s commercial director Federico Foschini.
The Metropolitan Police Service has bought 11 hydrogen-powered Toyota Mirais, which will give it the largest hydrogen-powered police fleet in the world.
The government has been urged to halt company car tax increases for zero-emission vehicles to reverse a decline in EV sales.
Volkswagen Group’s boss received a huge pay rise last year – despite the rumblings of the dieselgate emissions scandal.
Buyers looking for a good value-for-money hybrid should opt for a Toyota C-HR, according to automotive data experts Cap HPI.
The Subaru Outback is one of those rare cars that pretty much lives in a class of its own. On paper it’s deemed a premium four-wheel-drive estate, which sets it up against rivals from Audi, Mercedes and Volvo. But because it has a much lower sticker price – which for our long-termer is £35,000 – that makes it a much more attractive proposition for anyone wanting an estate car with the benefits of four-wheel drive on a budget. The Outback’s ownership costs work out at between £10k to £15k less than the more expensive, more premium competition.
About 20 minutes’ drive from Palexpo, the exhibition hall playing host to the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, Jaguar had taken control of a small car park where it was offering journalists a chance to experience the brand’s most important new model – the I-Pace. We leapt at the chance to get behind the wheel of the all-electric SUV.
The development of Aston Martin’s third British plant is proceeding as planned, the brand has said.
The government has announced plans to crack down on heavily polluting vans and an investigation into the effects of ‘red diesel’ on air quality.
The Range Rover Sport SVR has taken on the tight and twisting Tianmen Road in China, smashing a time set by the Ferrari 458 Italia supercar.
Mazda has hit out at regulations allowing electric vehicle emissions to be put at zero, saying they don’t tell the full story as most electricity is produced by burning fossil fuels.
Advance orders are now being taken for the Polestar 1 hybrid performance car – the first to come from the Volvo spin-off brand.
McLaren has categorically ruled out ever making an SUV – despite luxury rivals all charging ahead with luxury 4x4s for the road.
Ford has revealed that the new Fiesta ST will get a limited-slip differential and a newly patented suspension technology as it fights to outperform its much-loved predecessor.
Electric vehicle (EV) sales in the UK fell by 33.7 per cent in January and February 2018, compared with the same two months last year, according to data from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
The decline in new diesel registrations could be down to drivers’ confusion over incoming changes to vehicle tax rules, according to latest research.