The domination of the SUV in today's car market has been cemented with the unveiling of the Rolls-Royce Cullinan. The 'Rolls-Royce of SUVs' will be on UK roads at the end of 2018, costing from £250,000.
Aston Martin will return the Lagonda badge to the market in 2021 on a new luxury electric SUV which is described as "the first of its kind."
BMW is to recall just under 312,000 cars sold in the UK over an electrical issue that can leave them without any power. BBC1's 'Watchdog' consumer programme has this week highlighted cases of BMWs cutting out suddenly while being driven.
Infotainment systems in future Volvo cars are set to feature search engine technology from Google, using the Android operating system developed by the online media giant.
The Suzuki Swift Sport is a complete package that offers all the performance one needs without the compromises.
UK car sales staged a comeback in April after a full year of sliding figures – but the turnaround could be misleading after a very poor April 2017 performance.
Brabham – one of the most famed names in Grand Prix racing – is being revived on a £1 million pound track car, the Brabham BT62.
For Picasso read SpaceTourer – as announced at the Geneva Motor Show in March, Citroën is renaming its people-carrier line-up, dropping the Picasso badge in favour of the SpaceTourer name.
The Porsche Cayenne SUV is now available with a plug-in hybrid powertrain, making use of the system developed for the Panamera sports saloon.
The BMW 8 Series has been testing on roads in Wales as the new luxury 2+2 coupé moves towards its launch later this year.
Latest of a long line of special editions for the Mazda MX-5 is the RF Sport Black, on sale in the UK at the end of May.
The Nissan Leaf electric car has become the first vehicle to undergo new and tougher crash tests introduced for 2018 – and gained a top five-star rating.
Britain's car factories built 22,585 fewer vehicles in March compared to the same month in 2017, industry bosses dubbing the 13.3 per cent slump of "considerable concern."
The MG X-Motion has been unveiled at the Beijing Auto show, previewing a new SUV set for the Chinese market. But it could also be heading for the UK.
The Mazda MX-5 and Fiat 124 Spider are very similar cars yet with their own personalities. Which one is likely to be the right choice for you?
A Meredes-Benz A-Class Saloon for the Chinese market has been unveiled at the Beijing Motor Show - but a shorter version will be heading for the UK.
The Hyundai i20 has undergone a mid-life refresh that includes styling changes and more connectivity, and also a twin-clutch automatic transmission for the first time.
Mercedes-Benz has unveiled an electric SUV concept at the Beijing Motor Show pointing directly to the future of the brand's Maybach luxury division.
Buyers of the McLaren 570S Spider will have more models to choose from in future following the launch of new Design Editions.
The revamped Lexus CT 200h could well prove more attractive today than seven years ago when it was a brand new kid on the block.
More than ever, the Skoda Superb will provide large executive car buyers with all they will require – whether they are stepping out of a Volkswagen Passat or a BMW 5 Series.
The UK new car sales market slid almost 16% in March – despite the launch of a new registration plate that traditionally draws buyers into showrooms.
Vauxhall announces major investment in its plant in Luton, but employees at Ellesmere Port continue to be left waiting for news on their futures.
The Vauxhall Insignia GSi revives a long-lost badge on a more overtly sporty version of the large fleet car.
The facelift version of the Hyundai Tucson SUV has made its debut at the New York International Auto Show.