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French car manufacturers may have poor reputations for boring things such as reliability, dependability, or build quality, but there are several areas where they excel. Innovation, for a start — French cars often debuted or popularised some of the techniques or features that are commonplace on cars today, such as front-wheel drive or the turbocharged hot hatchback.
There’s nothing quite like a serious road trip to really get to know your car – which is why I find my annual pilgrimage to the snow-capped Alps so important.
The law surrounding vehicle security may have to be changed to force car manufacturers to improve it.
Amnesty International is calling on leading EV manufacturers to produce ‘completely ethical’ batteries within five years after expressing concerns of their links to human rights abuse.
Jaguar Land Rover has won a “significant” case in the Chinese courts against a company that produced a copy of one of its models.
Tesla is reportedly asking employees to give up free time to help it deliver 30,000 cars before the end of 2019’s first quarter.
Porsche has launched itself into a new niche section of the market with its latest model – the Cayenne Coupe.
Rush-hour traffic came to a standstill on a busy main road thanks to a reported runaway ostrich.
The Bloodhound supersonic car is back in pursuit of the world land speed record after being saved from the scrapheap at the last minute.
Most Britons are too sceptical of scientific advancement to trust a driverless car, according to a new survey.
Renault has commenced a pilot scheme in vehicle-to-grid charging for electric cars.
Road rage internet ‘star’ Ronnie Pickering who famously ranted at a moped rider “Do you know who I am?” has finally been recognised – in the shape of a plaque.
Toyota is joining forces with Suzuki to build a hybrid car for the fellow Japanese brand at its factory in Derbyshire.
Hyundai has added a new N-Line trim level to its mid-sized crossover, the Tucson.
Tougher penalties are not an effective deterrent against handheld mobile use by drivers as many are “returning to their old ways”, new research suggests.
Volvo announced today that it will install cameras in all of its cars, capable of detecting when a driver is unfit to drive through distraction or intoxication.
A teaser image of the upcoming BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe has been revealed, with the new model set to be revealed in full in November.
The John Lewis Partnership today revealed that it intends to have a zero-emissions fleet by 2045.
German carmaker BMW has said profits in 2019 will be “well below” last year’s and it plans to cut 12 billion euros (£10.3 billion) in costs by the end of 2022 to offset spending on new technology.
The Lister Motor Company has announced its latest model – the LFT-C, a convertible version of the LFT-666.
Jaguar Land Rover has opened what it calls the ‘UK’s largest’ EV charging facility at one of its sites.
Mercedes has given its GLC Coupe a mid-life refresh, bolstering its range of engines while sharpening the car’s looks.
Fuel and flight taxes could be increased under a Labour government, shadow transport secretary Andy McDonald has indicated.
What is it? Remember the limited-run Toyota Yaris GRMN of last year? That hot hatch took critics and enthusiasts by storm and was praised for launching the GRMN brand on an impressively high note — boasting a delicious 1.8-litre supercharged engine, incredible driving dynamics and a racy appearance to match.
Almost one in seven British motorists wouldn’t admit to denting someone else’s car, according to new research.
The V6 engine configuration is widely used by manufacturers in cars of all persuasions. From people movers to performance cars, the V6 engine has found a home in all manner of different vehicles.
A system of toll roads, costing drivers around £700 a year, could be used in a bid to compensate for the loss in fuel duty resulting from the uptake of electric vehicles.
Electric scooters could be allowed on public roads if a new review on modernising the UK’s highways network is put into action.
Bentley has announced that its Continental GT and GT Convertible will now be available with the brand’s V8 engine, as well as the existing W12.
Kia has given a glimpse of its new Ceed crossover, ahead of the car’s full reveal later on this year.