Car Manufacturer News

Geneva show – Merc’s C-Class drops top

Mercedes-Benz is extending the choice in its C-Class range with the first-ever Cabriolet, which has been unveiled at the Geneva show.

Geneva show – Audi adds 2 to Q

Audi’s burgeoning model line-up is set to gain another member in the Q2 family, unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show.

Geneva show – Subaru’s next XV?

Subaru is displaying a concept at the Geneva Motor Show with the design philosophy 'Dynamic X Solid', that points towards the next-generation XV crossover.

Geneva show – Bentley extends Mulsanne

Bentley is showcasing the latest incarnation of its flagship Mulsanne range at the Geneva show with significant changes to the big saloon.

Geneva show – the £1.9m 261mph Bugatti

Bugatti has officially unveiled the successor to its legendary Veyron, with a promise that the Chiron will take its predecessor’s speed record.

On video – Nissan’s ‘Intelligent Mobility’

The Intelligent Mobility programme is a vision pushing towards a safer and more sustainable future, and builds on their experience in electric powertrains.

Geneva show – Aston Martin debuts DB11

Aston Martin describes the DB11 as the “most powerful, most efficient and most dynamically gifted DB model" in the brand's history.

Astra takes Car of the Year title

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 set to electrify Geneva show

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.

Alfa makes over its Giulietta

Alfa Romeo has unveiled the facelifted Giulietta hatchback. Mechanically the car is virtually unchanged, aside from the TCT twin dry-clutch transmission.

Wales wins Aston Martin crossover factory

The UK is to gain a new car manufacturing facility – Aston Martin will build its forthcoming crossover at St Athan in Wales.

Rolls-Royce Phantom line reaches zenith

Rolls-Royce will end production of the current seventh-generation Phantom line in 2016. This will make way for the forthcoming Phantom Zenith.

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