The electric car market has gone from sparse to relatively busy and looks set to explode over the coming years.
Nothing prepared British motorists for the first time they saw a Mini.
Back in the glory days, there was one name above all others which dominated the world of motor sport: Lancia.
Grampian Transport Museum (GTM) has some great exhibits and a private track to drive them on.
McLaren has given a glimpse of what to expect from its yet-to-be-unveiled grand tourer by releasing several images of a heavily camouflaged version.
Ford’s Focus has been one of the most familiar sights on Britain’s roads since it was launched more than 20 years ago.
Bentley has revealed it’s all-new Bentayga V8 Design Series.
It may have been created to go head to head with five-seat MPV rivals such as the Ford C-MAX and the Renault Scenic, but Citroen’s C4 SpaceTourer, the car once known as the “C4 Picasso”, feels cut from rather different cloth.
Ford has taken the covers off the new Kuga.
The XE was Jaguar’s attempt to take on the category dominated by the BMW 3 Series, Audi A4 and Mercedes C-Class.
Think of all the reasons not to like a large, luxury SUV. Thirst. Poor performance. Huge tax liabilities. Wobbly handling.
For many, the sight of classic cars trundling along country roads in summer is as quintessentially British as it gets.
There are some automotive names from the past that are guaranteed to bring a sparkle – or even a tear – to the eye of a committed petrolhead.
Porsche has launched itself into a new niche in the market with its latest model – the Cayenne Coupe.
Ferrari has unveiled a unique new model – the P80/C.
A teaser image of the upcoming BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe has been revealed, with the new model set to be revealed in full in November.
Bentley has announced its Continental GT and GT Convertible will now be available with the brand’s V8 engine, as well as the existing W12.
Renowned Ford tuning house Mountune has revealed a new electronic upgrade kit for the current-generation Fiesta ST.
Britain loves a hot hatch.
Next time you’re at the hairdresser, stylist or barber, it might be interesting asking them what they drive.
Three F1 drivers that UK fans can wave the flag for, says Vicki Butler-Henderson.
Only a handful of cars have ever managed to be considered both cute and cool at the same time.
The BMW 3 Series has ruled the compact part of the mid-sized executive segment for more than 40 years and the company’s hopes are high for this seventh-generation version. It’s smarter, slightly larger, more efficient and considerably high-tech.
Porsche’s third-generation Cayenne hopes to re-establish itself as the driver’s choice among large models in the luxury SUV sector
Porsche has rejuvenated its large luxury Cayenne SUV in this third-generation guise.
Why pay someone else to design and build you an immaculate, gleaming and reliable new car when you can build one yourself?
If you heard Ken Ross roaring along a country lane, you’d be forgiven for thinking he was at the wheel of a Formula One car.
Lancia produced its very first car back in 1906, and it wasn’t long before the Italian maker was pushing the boundaries of car production in more ways than one.
In 1958, British vehicle manufacturer Austin-Healey made a big announcement, proclaiming to have made motoring history with the introduction of a completely new and inexpensive small sports car.
Audi has revealed its all-electric SUV at a glitzy world premiere in San Francisco.
Jack McKeown finds the X3 has taken a huge stride forward from its predecessor.
Swedish taking on Germans, discovers Jack McKeown.
If asked to make a list of classic sports car brands, you’d probably include Aston Martin, Jaguar, Ferrari and maybe Morgan.
A decade ago, Kia changed from a purveyor of cheap and cheerful runarounds to a maker of some very competitive cars indeed.