Order books have opened for Honda’s first city electric car.
Fiat has bolstered its 500 city car range with two new specifications, Star and Rockstar.
BMW has launched a pair of cars aimed firmly at the well heeled end of the market.
Audi has updated its A4 executive saloon, which will go head to head against the BMW 3 Series, Mercedes C-Class and Jaguar XE.
Vauxhall has not been among the manufacturers at the forefront of the electric car revolution.
George Brough, pronounced Bruff, made his repute by producing Brough Superiors, “the Rolls Royce of motorbikes”, from 1920 to the late 1930s. Lawrence of Arabia was so smitten with them that he bought eight. When he died in May 1935, serving under the alias Aircraftman Shaw in the RAF, he was riding bike number seven.
There was a time when virtually every supercar had a manual gearbox.
Tesla’s smallest car to date, the Model 3, will cost from £38,900 when it goes on sale in the UK next month.
Toyota has bolstered its line-up of commercial vehicles with this - the Proace City.
The fine weather is finally upon us and it’s the best stretch of the year for a certain kind of motorist.