Bentley is showcasing the latest incarnation of its flagship Mulsanne range at the Geneva show with significant changes to the big saloon.
Bugatti has officially unveiled the successor to its legendary Veyron, with a promise that the Chiron will take its predecessor’s speed record.
The Intelligent Mobility programme is a vision pushing towards a safer and more sustainable future, and builds on their experience in electric powertrains.
Aston Martin describes the DB11 as the “most powerful, most efficient and most dynamically gifted DB model" in the brand's history.
Vauxhall' Astra is the 2016 European Car of the Year. In one of the closest competitions for some time, the British-built Astra triumphed over Volvo' XC90.
DS Automobiles will debut an electric-powered concept car at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. The E-Tense is revealed just as the latest DS 3 goes on sale.
Distinctive and generally well finished. the Infiniti Q30 will rack up many a motorway mile without fuss. But how does it compare to its major rivals?
Alfa Romeo has unveiled the facelifted Giulietta hatchback. Mechanically the car is virtually unchanged, aside from the TCT twin dry-clutch transmission.
The UK is to gain a new car manufacturing facility – Aston Martin will build its forthcoming crossover at St Athan in Wales.
Rolls-Royce will end production of the current seventh-generation Phantom line in 2016. This will make way for the forthcoming Phantom Zenith.
Volkswagen will unveil a facelifted version of its up! city car at the Geneva Motor Show. The all-new up! will have an upgraded 86bhp TSI engine.
The Megane Sport Tourer will make its debut at the Geneva Motor Show. The estate has evolved from the latest hatch range seen at the 2015 Frankfurt show.
Bentley will unveil a new version of its Mulsanne at Geneva. It will be separated into the Mulsanne, Mulsanne Speed and Mulsanne Extended Wheelbase.
The new Maserati Levante SUV, regarded as a game-changer for the Italian luxury brand, has been officially revealed ahead of its Geneva debut next month.
The facelifted Ford Kuga SUV features a new diesel engine, along with more technology and connectivity, and will arrive in showrooms in October.
The latest Audi A4 Avant is now arriving on UK roads, boasting a number of improvements over its predecessor that Audi claims makes it the best in class.
Vauxhall release interior pictures of their GT Concept. The mid-engined sports car boasts a button-less dash layout dubbed the Human Machine Interface.
Kia will unveil its first large family estate at the Geneva Show. The Optima Sportswagon has evolved from the Sportspace concept seen at the 2015 event.
Volvo’s new S90 premium saloon, on sale in the summer, will be joined by an estate version before the end of 2016.
Jaguar is now taking orders of the 200mph F-Type. The SVR has been developed by Jaguar Land Rover Special Operations – and boasts a 3.5-second 0-60mph time.
Renault’s Alpine sports car brand is to make a comeback, with its first production model unveiled before the end of 2016.
SsangYong will show an extended version of its Tivoli at the Geneva Motor Show. The Tivoli XLV will be displayed alongside the SIV-2, a hybrid concept.
The new Peugeot Traveller MPV has been confirmed to debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March, and Peugeot will also show a concept version at the event.
There’s every reason to believe the fourth-generation Kia Sportage will continue to be the biggest seller in the company's UK operations.
Kia will launch five completely new models in the next three years, as the Korean brand looks to achieve 100,000 UK sales by 2020.