If asked to make a list of classic sports car brands, you’d probably include Aston Martin, Jaguar, Ferrari and maybe Morgan.
The new Mitsubishi L200 Series 6 has been named Pick-up of the Year at the Scottish Car of the Year (SCOTY) awards 2019.
The heavens might have opened but that didn’t stop car enthusiasts making the pilgrimage to Crathes in Aberdeenshire on Sunday.
All future Mercedes-AMG models are likely to be all-wheel drive as standard as demand for rear-driven performance cars dies out.
With a thick haar hanging heavy in the air, the North Sea was barely visible from Aberdeen beach on Sunday morning.
The Volvo XC40 has been crowned the people’s choice car by winning the Honest John Car of the Year title.
For being the curator of a museum dedicated to transport, Mike Ward is unusually cheerful about what he calls “the end of the motoring era”.
Audi has brought back the rear-wheel-drive R8, this time making it a permanent fixture in its sports car line-up.
The Q3 has been an absolute phenomenon for Audi, selling more than 1.1 million since it went on sale in 2011.
If you take a look at a map of the UK, you don’t get much more remote than the Isles of Lewis and Harris, out there in the Atlantic Ocean.
I’ve long mourned the death of the term shooting brake.
Ian Cattanach Car Sales, an independent Volvo Specialist in Inverness, has been attracting customers from across Scotland for over 20 years. They credit a personal approach to customer service for their continuing success.
Grampian Transport Museum (GTM) has some great exhibits and a private track to drive them on.
There are some sports stars whose lustre remains undimmed long after they have vanished into the ether.
Nothing prepared British motorists for the first time they saw a Mini.
With its pop-up headlights and iconic 1980s design, you don’t often see a classic Toyota Sprinter Trueno touring the streets of Inverness.
In concept, Volkswagen’s up! was smarter even than the finished product we see here, the original 2007 prototype rear-engined just like the early Beetle as the German designers sought to find more space from an ever-smaller roadway footprint.
The Abarth name might be a bit of a mystery to some younger buyers who won’t remember it being plastered over hot Fiats of the 1970s and early ’80s.
It’s always sad to see an old friend go and, in automotive terms, we’re all going to take a while to get over the demise of the hardy old Land Rover Defender.
The Volkswagen Polo. You know why you’d buy one: quality, class, high residuals: things like that. Qualities that are worthy but a little dull.
Ford’s Focus has been one of the most familiar sights on Britain’s roads since it was launched more than 20 years ago.
People love the appearance of coupes but aren’t as keen on getting in and out of them. Who looks graceful trying to wriggle behind a tipped-forward front seat to get into the back?
Back in the 1970s, anybody who was anybody in the Granite City was hanging out at the Treetops Hotel.
There’s no doubt about it... the latest X5 from BMW is Xtra Large.
Fonab Castle, by Pitlochry, was the jumping-off point for a 200-mile drive in Volvo’s latest release.
Petrolheads will be in their element next month when SuperCLAN returns to the north-east.
The Japanese have always been good at coming up with interesting names for their cars.
The EcoSport is Ford’s smallest SUV.
It may be one of the more remote car shows in the country, but Grantown Motormania always manages to pull in a good crowd.
In 13 years as a motoring writer I’ve never driven a Ferrari.
Skoda could have been at the forefront of the current craze for supermini-based SUVs – think Juke and Captur-class models.
Three F1 drivers that UK fans can wave the flag for, says Vicki Butler-Henderson.