Figures released by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) show that March was a record month for UK car manufacturing.
Mazda has updated its Mazda2 hatchback and introduced two new models, the GT and GT Sport, as part of a simplified model range.
Hyundai has announced a limited edition Santa Fe Endurance Edition, celebrating the first passenger vehicle to be driven across Antarctica.
Volkswagen has debuted the I.D. Crozz, an electric mid-size crossover SUV concept previewing a future production model, at the Shanghai motor show.
As has been expected for a long time now, JLR's four-cylinder Ingenium petrol engine has found its way under the bonnet of the Jaguar F-Type sports car.
David Brown Automotive has revealed the Mini Remastered, reimagining the iconic sixties British city car with contemporary technology and a hefty price tag.
Audi has confirmed that it will be adding two new models to its ever-expanding SUV range, with the Q8 and Q4 set to go into production.
Aston Martin has announced the limited edition Vanquish S Red Arrows edition, inspired by the Royal Air Force's world-famous aerobatic team.
MINI has announced a new design package: the Black Pack. Exclusive to the UK, it is available for the MINI Cooper Clubman in both petrol and diesel guises.
Nissan has added two new specifications to its Juke crossover range, ahead of an anticipated all-new model expected later this year.
A special edition of the Fiat 500 convertible has been launched to celebrate the original model's 60th anniversary. Over six million 500s have been sold worldwide since 1957.
Toyota unveiled the Yaris GRMN hot hatch and an autonomous commuter concept vehicle called i-Tril at the Geneva motor show earlier this month.