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Rolls-Royce Wraith Kryptos contains encrypted message

Rolls-Royce has revealed a new limited-edition model called the Wraith Kryptos, which celebrates a passion for cryptography.

Hot new Cupra el-Born EV unveiled

Cupra has unveiled its first production-ready EV with the new el-Born – a model that was originally meant to wear a SEAT badge.

Peugeot 108 updated with new colours and options

Peugeot has given its 108 city car a refresh for 2020, adding new colour choices for the exterior as well as upgrades inside the cabin.

Hyundai reveals pricing for new i10 N Line specification

Hyundai has announced that the sports-inspired i10 N Line model will start from £16,195 when it goes on sale leter this month.

Renault Grand Scenic and Koleos get the chop

Renault has dropped the guillotine on two of the largest models in its range – the Grand Scenic people carrier and the Koleos SUV.

Skoda Octavia vRS joins the line-up

Skoda's new Octavia vRS line-up has been revealed. The performance model will be available in petrol, diesel and plug-in hybrid versions.

Volvo recalls nearly 170,000 cars in the UK for seatbelt fault

Volvo has issued a recall of nearly 170,000 cars in the UK due to a cable that could wear over time and result in reduced seatbelt function.

Mid-life facelift for Bentley Bentayga

Bentley has revealed its updated Bentayga, with a styling makeover to match the rest of the range, as well as several tech upgrades.

Citroën reveals new C4 and electric ë-C4

Citroën has revealed its latest-generation C4 range, bringing a fresh new look alongside a new electric model called the ë-C4.

Revamped Audi Q5 gets new look and more tech

Audi has breathed fresh life into its Q5 mid-sized SUV with a sharper look and new technological additions.

Final Bentley Mulsanne rolls off the production line

The final Bentley Mulsanne has been completed, bringing over a decade's production of Bentley's flagship saloon to a close.

Toyota and Lexus launch scrappage scheme

Toyota and Lexus customers can now get up to £4,000 off the price of a new car through a new scrappage scheme.

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