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What is it? Diesel is the bad guy in the motoring world of late, with manufacturers shunning oil burners as governments worldwide crack down on emissions. In a reflection of this, Honda recently announced that it would be dropping the diesel CR-V from its range, leaving just a petrol version and this – the new CR-V Hybrid. The manufacturer claims that it should return the same economy as the recently ditched model while improving low-speed emissions, thanks to the introduction of those electric motors. We headed out to Seville to see if this latest CR-V really can take the place of the well-rounded diesel version.
BMW has revealed the latest addition to its new 3 Series range – the 330e.
An Overfinch-modified Range Rover formerly owned by football ace Wayne Rooney is heading to auction.
Renault has revealed pricing and specifications for its all-electric Master Z.E. LCV.
Vauxhall has topped off its Crossland X range with the addition of a new ‘Ultimate’ trim level.
What is it? Citroen has a history of producing cars that focus on the quality of the ride over anything else – most famously, the DS19 with its incredible ‘magic carpet’ suspension that would glide over any bump, ironing out potholes or uneven surfaces. The C5 Aircross is a completely new model for Citroen in Europe, although a slightly different version went on sale in China last year, and it combines the great features of the C3 Aircross and C4 Cactus into a larger, more premium package.
A new camera is being tested that can spot speeders, tailgaters and careless drivers more than half a mile away.
Toyota is bringing the Corolla Saloon back to the UK with a return to these shores in 2019.
A lorry carrying 600 turkeys overturned near Norwich, spilling diesel and causing traffic chaos.
A ‘careless’ BMW driver has been handed six points on his licence on top of a fine after waving his arms out of the window – while behind Highways England traffic officers.
McLaren’s second manufacturing facility is now open for business after receiving the royal seal of approval.
There are few things more frustrating on the road than getting stuck in a series of red lights – but that could be a thing of the past if a new Jaguar Land Rover development makes it to production.
UNINSURED drivers faced a major crackdown by 10 police forces in an unprecedented joint operation on the UK’s busiest motorway yesterday (November 14).
Kia has confirmed that its all-new Soul crossover will be officially unveiled at the Los Angeles Motor Show, taking place at the end of November.
What is it? Ford’s Vignale sub-brand is a bit of an odd beast. That’s because rather than being a manufacturer in its own right, as Lexus is to Toyota, the Vignale Fords are little more than well-specified trim levels with some unique styling and equipment editions.
Jeremy Clarkson is probably the most famous motoring journalist in the world, but it seems The Grand Tour presenter seems to be looking to stretch into a new career in acting.
Modern day car design is all about standing out – being bold and eye-catching. Nowadays, if manufacturers aren’t daring with their designs, their cars simply don’t sell. So for better or worse, beautiful or ugly, car design is changing.
UK drivers paid close to £42 million for driving in bus lanes last year, new Freedom of Information requests have shown.
Black box insurance has helped reduce the number of young drivers killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents, new data has revealed.
Britain’s used car market remains strong despite a small year-on-year dip during the third quarter of 2018, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.
Hoverbike patrols could soon be a common sight in Dubai, with police beginning training on the futuristic vehicles.
When is a Vauxhall not a Vauxhall? When it’s our long-term Grandland X, evidently. As you’ll no doubt have read somewhere or other, Vauxhall (and sister European brand Opel) was bought last year by none other than the PSA Group – parent company of Peugeot and Citroen.
It was a typical weekday evening in the Brown household. Strictly – It Takes Two had finished and my wife and I were idly looking at our mobile phones. Good times.
A complaint against a TV advert that showed clowns driving dangerously and causing problems for Audi drivers has been quashed.
Land Rover has teased its all-new Range Rover Evoque with art installations in London as it prepares for a full reveal of the SUV.
A French animal protection agency is caring for a lion cub that was found by police in a Lamborghini on Paris’s Champs-Elysees boulevard.
What is it? Kia launched the Stinger GT-S to much fanfare — becoming the South Korean manufacturer’s first serious effort at delivering a performance car to take on German opposition, doing so in quite some fashion.
Aston Martin has given a first look at its all-new DBX SUV during rigorous testing.
Volkswagen owners in America who have iPhones can now control some of their car’s functions via their Apple device.
The news of Stan Lee’s passing at the age of 95 is one that has shaken the world of comics and action movies to its core. One of the most influential figures in pop culture is no longer with us.