Over 3,000 diesel vehicles are used in the Environment Agency’s fleet, it has been revealed.
Alpina has revealed its new B3 in saloon form — following on from the recent introduction of the estate ‘Touring’ model.
Smart motorways with a hard shoulder only used at busy times are “too complicated for people to use”, the boss of Highways England has admitted.
The Tokyo Motor Show is known, if nothing else, for its wacky concepts. Whether it’s tiny Japan-only Kei cars or futuristic ‘mobility concepts’, there’s plenty to assault the senses at the compact biennial show.
What is it? Few people could argue with Maserati’s decision to launch the Levante back in 2016. You see, though the introduction of an SUV may jar with the Italian firm’s roots in sports and supercars, the growing appetite for high-set vehicles means that the Levante made commercial sense when it arrived three years ago — and continues to do so today.
Mazda has revealed its first all-electric car – the MX-30 crossover.
Honda has pulled back the covers on its brand-new Jazz — with the model debuting with a sole hybrid powertrain.
What is it? Peruse any current manufacturer’s line-up of cars, and you’ll likely find that no niche is a niche too far at the moment. It would appear that Porsche isn’t immune to this either, having introduced this – the Cayenne Coupe.
Your next car could learn from your driving habits if a piece of new Hyundai technology makes it into widespread production.
It’s strange to think 2009 was a decade ago, right? It only seems like yesterday since the year Jenson Button won his sole F1 world championship, Obama became the president of the United States and Kanye West famously interrupted Taylor Swift’s VMA awards speech.