Can the latest upgrades to the Nissan Qashqai keep this pioneering model competitive against younger crossover SUV rivals in the marketplace?
The iconic Volkswagen Kombi van is on the way back – as an electric people carrier based on the I.D. Buzz concept shown in Detroit.
The sixth-generation BMW M5 has been unveiled. Dubbed the most powerful version of the performance super saloon yet, it goes on sale in February.
The BMW 4 Series Gran Coupé is the slinkier sister to the 3 Series saloon, and it's just had a mid-life facelift. But is there substance to match the style?
Hyundai has unveiled an almost production-ready fuel cell SUV, with a potential all-electric range of 496 miles.
China’s leading vehicle exporter Chery intends to begin selling its cars in Europe ‘in the next few years’, under an all-new, yet to be revealed nameplate.
Newly released sketches provide major clues to the look of the Volkswagen T-Roc, a new compact SUV due to be unveiled on 23rd August.
Infiniti is joining the manufacturer rush to electric racing cars – except that its model is a 1940s styled concept single seater.
The Nissan X-Trail is a capable large SUV that has had many of the cruder elements of its specification dialled out over time.
BMW and Subaru took full advantage at the British Touring Car Championship's Knockhill meeting to move ahead in the points standings.
Subaru driver Ashley Sutton is in a prime position to continue his relentless march to the the top of the British Touring Car Championship – but he will have to overcome his team-mate.
Dealers are now taking orders for the Volkswagen Arteon – the new range flagship will arrive in showrooms in September priced from £34,305.
Smart cars, allowing drivers to access all kinds of digital services from the cockpit, are all very well. But could they be hacked?
The Renault Koleos is an effective new crossover that may surprise buyers, but it's entering an already overcrowded SUV market.
A lack of distinction between 'assisted' and 'automated' driving systems is creating dangerous confusion and could lead to an increase in accidents.
Vauxhall has new French owners – PSA Group has announced that the purchase of the British brand and its German Opel sister has now been completed.
Dealers are now taking orders for the new Audi RS 3, on sale in Sportback and Saloon form and claiming the title of the first 400hp car in its class.
Subaru driver Ashley Sutton took the BTCC points lead with two wins at Snetterton, and then lost it with a shock race 3 win for Honda's Gordon Shedden.
The new SEAT Ibiza is the most effective version of the car yet, and a serious rival to Britain’s best-selling car the Ford Fiesta.
Honda driver Jack Goff has struck the first blow as the British Touring Car Championship BTCC) begins the second half of its 2017 season following a seven-week break.
The new Rolls-Royce Phantom has been unveiled at an event in London – the second generation of the car that began the renaissance of the Rolls-Royce brand under the ownership of BMW in 2003.
Porsche has become the third car manufacturer in 10 days to commit its motorsport future to the electric Formula E Championship.
UK motorists are finding it easier to understand the benefits of electric cars than they are modern, clean diesel engines, according to Volvo UK’s managing director.
The soaring profile of the all-electric FIA Formula E championship will be further boosted later in 2018 by an official entry from Mercedes-Benz.
The third-generation Suzuki Swift Sport will debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September, and will be turbocharged for the first time.