Ford has revealed a plug-in hybrid Transit, which it says is the first vehicle in the one-tonne van segment to offer zero-emission driving capability.
MG is introducing another incentive for customers interested in buying its new ZS electric vehicle.
New rules relating to road closures are ‘being used to attack vehicle use’ according to a drivers’ group.
German prosecutors have charged Volkswagen chief executive Herbert Diess, chairman Hans Dieter Poetsch and former CEO Martin Winterkorn with market manipulation in connection with the diesel emissions scandal that erupted in 2015.
Toyota has introduced a new variant of its Corolla Touring Sports aimed at people who need a little more off-road ability from their daily car.
A new Red Dwarf advertising campaign is set to help roadside assistance firm AA return its membership base to growth as it insisted it had already stemmed declines.
As the winter months approach, it’s often best practice to shield a classic car away from the elements. Gritters, increased rainfall and less-than-pristine road surfaces can all play havoc with a classic, ruining fragile parts and damaging bodywork.
Nissan has agreed to pay 15 million dollars (£12 million) and ex-chairman Carlos Ghosn is paying a million dollars (£800,000) to settle US regulators’ civil fraud charges of hiding from investors more than 140 million dollars (£113 million) in compensation and retirement benefits for Ghosn.
Labour says that it will offer 2.5 million interest-free loans to buyers of electric vehicles to accelerate the uptake of zero-emission vehicles if it is elected.
Honda has revealed a newly updated version of its popular Africa Twin adventure bike, promising a bike which is easier to ride while being no less capable.