Toyota has pulled the covers off its all-new Auris hatchback at the Geneva motor show. It will go into production at its Derbyshire factory later this year.
Never have there been more unveilings of electric cars than at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, and many will soon be on sale in showrooms.
While the supercars will be attracting the most attention in Geneva, more important are the mainstream models that will likely sell in their thousands.
The Volvo XC40 has been named the European Car of the Year for 2018, significantly ahead of the SEAT Ibiza and BMW 5 Series.
The BMW X2 has gone on sale in the UK as the company's ongoing attempt to squeeze an SUV-style vehicle into every possible niche continues.
The stars of the Alfa Romeo stand at this week’s Geneva motor show will be the new Nürburgring Editions of the Stelvio and Giulia Quadrifoglio models.
New car registrations fell by just under 3% in February, according to results published this morning by the SMMT.
Audi has unveiled an all-new A6 executive saloon, integrating many of the refinements and innovations from the latest A8 luxury flagship.
Two new versions of the Alpine A110 will be unveiled at next week’s Geneva motor show - the A110 Pure and A110 Légende.
Dacia is increasing its scrappage allowance on selected versions of the Duster compact SUV for 18-registration customers to as much as £2,000.
Full details of the Jaguar I-Pace have been unveiled, claimed to be the first all-electric SUV from a premium European brand.
Hyundai is claiming an industry first with the unveiling of the new Kona Electric – the first all-electric SUV to the market.
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