The law surrounding vehicle security may have to be changed to force car manufacturers to improve it.
Hyundai has added a new N-Line trim level to its mid-sized crossover, the Tucson.
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.
The Lister Motor Company has announced its latest model – the LFT-C, a convertible version of the LFT-666.
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.
Ferrari is recalling a number of models worldwide, including more than 2,000 in America due to a potential fire risk.
What is it? This is Skoda looking at vehicles such as the Range Rover Sport, Porsche Cayenne and BMW X5 and saying ‘nope, our way is better’. Skoda is already very good at making SUVs – its Kodiaq and Karoq are serious class contenders – while its vRS performance division has a small but very loyal following. The obvious solution, then, is to combine the two and let vRS loose on the largest car on Skoda’s range – the Kodiaq SUV.
Tesla has unveiled its new Model Y – a compact, budget-friendly electric crossover that will serve as the Model 3’s slightly bulkier sibling.
What is it? The market for old-fashioned, separate-chassis SUVs has declined as the market for car-based crossovers has increased. These big, rugged beasts are somewhat of an anachronism in 2019 – generally unable to offer the refinement or dynamism of their newer rivals.
What is it? Over 800,000 Range Rover Evoques have been sold since its 2011 launch. The first-generation car effectively replaced the useful but frumpy Freelander, and proved to the world that the three words ‘premium’ ‘compact’ and ‘SUV’ can be a licence to print money.
This could soon become the world’s fastest car. It’s the new Koenigsegg Jesko, revealed yesterday at the Geneva Motor Show.
Lagonda, the luxury arm of Aston Martin, has unveiled a luxurious new concept car at the Geneva Motor Show.
The Geneva Motor Show is known for its exotica, and this year’s event was no different.
Mazda has unveiled its new CX-30 SUV at the Geneva Motor Show.
Don’t snicker at the name, but this is the Mitsubishi Engelberg Tourer – and it previews where Mitsubishi is taking its plug-in hybrid ambitions after achieving massive success with its Outlander PHEV.
The UK boss of Mazda has stated that diesel will still play an integral part in its range of cars for years to come and could even grow in popularity again.
Fiat – like many other brands – is celebrating a significant birthday this year, its 120th. To celebrate, it chose the Geneva Motor Show to reveal a new electric concept car that could become its next city car contender.
After confirming the model’s development in September last year, Aston Martin has revealed the first design concept of its next hypercar.
Mercedes has broken new ground by revealing an all-electric premium MPV concept.
The Geneva Motor Show, taking place each March in the Swiss city’s Palexpo exhibition centre, is the event that the motoring world plans its whole calendar around. It’s typically the location for European manufacturers to reveal their most important and pivotal models, announce major step-changes to their brand or corporate strategy and play around with amazing concept cars.
Alfa Romeo has announced its second SUV, the Tonale, at the Geneva Motor Show.
Peugeot has admitted it is stockpiling cars and has already prepared its website to increase prices by 10 per cent in the event of a no deal Brexit.
Aston Martin is to revive the Vanquish name on a new mid-engined supercar that will be released in 2022.
Volkswagen has unveiled the latest addition to its ID. stable of electric cars, revealing the ID. Buggy at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show.
To commemorate its 110th anniversary, Bugatti has unveiled a unique coupe model – La Voiture Noire.
Mercedes-Benz has taken the covers off its second-generation CLA Shooting Brake at the Geneva Motor Show today.
Renault has taken the covers off the fifth generation Clio.
Kia has ‘imagined’ a new concept machine for the Geneva Motor Show — the Imagine by Kia.
As a step further towards its first electric vehicle, Skoda has revealed its Vision iV concept.
Tesla owners have criticised the electric car firm for its “terrible” decision to lower the prices of its cars by tens of thousands of pounds.