Almost one in seven British motorists wouldn’t admit to denting someone else’s car, according to new research.
The V6 engine configuration is widely used by manufacturers in cars of all persuasions. From people movers to performance cars, the V6 engine has found a home in all manner of different vehicles.
Electric scooters could be allowed on public roads if a new review on modernising the UK’s highways network is put into action.
Bentley has announced that its Continental GT and GT Convertible will now be available with the brand’s V8 engine, as well as the existing W12.
Kia has given a glimpse of its new Ceed crossover, ahead of the car’s full reveal later on this year.
The UK’s first full-sized bus with driverless technology is being trialled by one of the UK’s biggest transport firms.
What is it? Cupra has been announced as a new standalone brand, no longer just a performance trim level on Seat models. The Cupra Ateca is its first model, and it’s here to establish the brand as a company in its own right.
We’re all familiar with car manufacturers teaming up. Sometimes it’s bourne out of necessity – struggling car makers with weak balance books end up joining forces in a bid to produce volume models that they need to stay afloat. Sometimes, it’s done for convenience, such as on occasions when it’s far simpler to borrow or buy another manufacturer’s tech than to develop it yourself.
Consumer testing and review service Which? has applied a ‘Don’t Buy’ label to the Suzuki Ignis, noting the car’s safety rating.
Ferrari is recalling a number of models worldwide, including more than 2,000 in America due to a potential fire risk.