McLaren Automotive has released a second design sketch of its forthcoming ‘Hyper-GT’, codenamed the McLaren BP23 and a successor to the iconic McLaren F1.
The new version of the Suzuki Swift takes the model a significant step forward – Suzuki’s confidence in increasing sales should not be misplaced.
The Renault ZOE is the latest version of the electric supermini with a new battery extending its range into practical territory.
The British Touring Car Championship will feature a capacity 32-car grid for the second successive year.
The third generation of the Honda Jazz supermini bids to add style to the space and practicality that already attracts its core audience.
The name is the big news surrounding the £2m Aston Martin Valkyrie hypercar, which is making its debut at the Geneva show.
The Citroën C-Aircross Concept debuts in Geneva as ‘a new vision’ of the brand’s future SUV line, and the likely replacement for the C3 Picasso.
The latest version of the Subaru XV crossover makes its global debut at Geneva ahead of going on sale in early 2018.
New versions of the Honda Civic Type R seem to come around quickly these days and summer 2017 will see the fifth generation of the model on sale.
The Bentley EXP12 Speed 6e and Jaguar I-Pace are both concepts but demonstrate how all aspects of the auto industry are looking to an electric future.
The Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross debuts at the Geneva Motor Show as the Japanese brand makes a determined effort to crack the mid-sized SUV market.
The Kia Picanto debuting at the Geneva show is the third-generation version of the city car with the major attraction being increased interior space.
Unveiling the DS 7 Crossback SUV at the Geneva show is a significant moment for PSA Group’s spun-off ‘avant garde’ brand.
The new Volvo XC60, unveiled in Geneva, is the second generation of the brand’s mid-sized SUV and a vital part of the Swedish brand’s mushrooming fortunes.
The Ferrari 812 Superfast, unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, is the most powerful and fastest front-engined road-going car produced by the Italian brand.
Renault has chosen the shadow of the Alps for its revival of a renowned sports car line – the long-awaited Alpine A110 debuts at the Geneva Motor Show.
An eagerly awaited unveiling at the 2017 Geneva show is the McLaren 720S. The 650S replacement is the first second-generation Super Series model.
While the UK auto industry headlines focus elsewhere in the Geneva Motor Show halls, the Range Rover Velar is an important unveiling for the home industry.
The Volkswagen Arteon, unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, is a five-door fastback replacing the Volkswagen CC and set to be the brand's range-topping model.
Vauxhall and sister Opel are unveiling the Crossland X SUV and Insignia large car at the Geneva Motor Show, hoping for headlines not mentioning takeovers.
The Infiniti Project Black S celebrates the brand’s tie-up with the Renault Formula One team – but it could also lead to future performance road cars.
The Mercedes-AMG GT concept, unveiled at the Geneva show, previews the German brand’s answer to the Porsche Panamera, expected on the roads in 2019.
UK employees of Vauxhall are facing an uncertain future after French giant PSA agreed a $2.3 billion deal to buy the brand and its German sister Opel.
The Dacia Sandero Stepway is an off-road styled version of the budget supermini with a raised ride height and more muscular styling.
European audiences get their first view of the Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace, the extended version of the brand's mid-sized SUV, at the Geneva Motor Show.