What is it? We’re all familiar with the Range Rover – it’s one of the most iconic luxury off-roaders you can buy and competes just as effortlessly off-road with hardcore mud-pluggers such as the Toyota Land Cruiser as it does on-road with limousines such as the Mercedes S-Class. It’s a big part of British motoring history, and one of our best-loved exports.
The Fiat Chrysler Alliance will reportedly pay Tesla ‘hundreds of millions of euros’ to allow the two manufacturers to ‘pool’ their fleets together, in order to avoid punitive fines for exceeding European Union carbon dioxide targets.
Seat spin-off brand Cupra looks set to launch a plug-in hybrid Leon later this year, said to produce 245bhp while emitting as low as 50g/km of CO2.
The Prince of Wales has marked the 50th anniversary of the opening of the huge Pirelli Tyres factory in Carlisle with a tour of the site.
One of the rarest cars to come from the masterminds of AMG is going under the hammer.
Nissan shareholders have approved removing its former chairman, Carlos Ghosn, who faces allegations of financial misconduct, from the Japanese carmaker’s board.
London has introduced one of the world’s toughest vehicle emissions standards.
Traffic jams have been made worse on dozens of major roads by a project designed to tackle bottlenecks, a Government-owned company has admitted.
Ssangyong has bolstered its Tivoli and XLV models with a range of new enhancements.
A lack of infrastructure for electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles is a major barrier for those considering a swap from petrol or diesel, according to new research.