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Kia recalls 5,000 Niro hybrid and plug-in hybrid models

Kia has issued a voluntary recall of more than 5,000 Niro hybrid and plug-in hybrid vehicles because of a fire risk in an electrical relay.

Updated BMW X1 SUV gets the big grille treatment

BMW has revamped its X1 SUV, based around an updated exterior look and more interior design choices.

New Ferrari SF90 Stradale is a 1,000hp plug-in hybrid

Ferrari has unveiled the SF90 Stradale, the Italian brand’s most powerful road car to date.

All-new BMW 1 Series revealed

BMW has pulled the covers off its eagerly-awaited new 1 Series hatchback – the third-generation version of the German firm’s best-selling model in the UK.

Honda e to offer standard-fit cameras in place of door mirrors

The Honda e electric car will be the first production model to fit door cameras in place of wing mirrors as standard.

Land Rover Discovery Sport updated with hybrid tech and new interior

The Land Rover Discovery Sport has been given a major overhaul with a range of new petrol-electric hybrid powertrains and an updated interior.

Skoda Citigo-e is brand’s electric pioneer

Skoda has officially unveiled its first electric car – the Citigo-e iV – on the same day as rival Vauxhall reveals its first EV.

Next Vauxhall Corsa to include all-electric model

Vauxhall will join the move towards electric vehicles with the next generation of its best-selling Corsa supermini range.

Cupra Formentor coupe SUV hits road

SEAT has released pictures of the new Cupra Formentor on the roads – in Formentor, Mallorca.

BMW 8 Series Convertible on sale at £83k

BMW has put its 8 Series Convertible on UK sale at prices starting from £83,295 – £7,000 more than the coupe that went on sale in December.

Electric MG ZS EV showcased at London Motor Show

MG’s first-ever electric car, the ZS EV, has been officially unveiled to the public at this week's London Motor and Tech Show.

Maserati to stop using Ferrari engines

Maserati is ceasing its supply of Ferrari engines once the current supply contract with its former sister brand expires in 2020 or 2021.

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