Two rare classic supercars have been revealed as the stars of the show at Silverstone Auctions’ dedicated Porsche and Ferrari sales next month.
Millions of motorists stuck in queues during the bank holiday getaway will wish there was less congestion on motorways.
Chinese car start-up Lynk & Co claims to have broken two lap record at the Nurburgring Nordschleife in Germany.
Porsche has revealed the interior of its new all-electric luxury car will be a screen-laden tech-fest inspired by classic 911 sports cars.
Cupra has offered a first look at its upcoming Concept’s interior ahead of a full reveal at next month’s Frankfurt Motor Show.
Citroen has revealed a raft of upgrades for it C3 supermini, aimed at simplifying the range and emphasising its most popular trims.
Jeep has brought a darker side to its Renegade and Compass ranges with new Night Eagle grades.
Hyundai has teased a retro-inspired all-electric concept that it says will demonstrate the firm’s focus on the future of car design.
What is it? In case you hadn’t noticed, SUVs are big business now. Hatchbacks and small estates continue to be shunned in favour of compact off-roaders and crossovers – and Skoda is a company well aware of this. It’s why it has now bolstered its SUV line-up with this – the new Kamiq – which sits alongside the Karoq and Kodiaq in the firm’s range of high-riders.
Volvo has broadened the appeal of its S60 range, with a plug-in hybrid powertrain now available alongside a range-topping specification.