French car manufacturers may have poor reputations for boring things such as reliability, dependability, or build quality, but there are several areas where they excel. Innovation, for a start — French cars often debuted or popularised some of the techniques or features that are commonplace on cars today, such as front-wheel drive or the turbocharged hot hatchback.
There’s nothing quite like a serious road trip to really get to know your car – which is why I find my annual pilgrimage to the snow-capped Alps so important.
The law surrounding vehicle security may have to be changed to force car manufacturers to improve it.
Amnesty International is calling on leading EV manufacturers to produce ‘completely ethical’ batteries within five years after expressing concerns of their links to human rights abuse.
Jaguar Land Rover has won a “significant” case in the Chinese courts against a company that produced a copy of one of its models.
Tesla is reportedly asking employees to give up free time to help it deliver 30,000 cars before the end of 2019’s first quarter.
Porsche has launched itself into a new niche section of the market with its latest model – the Cayenne Coupe.
The Bloodhound supersonic car is back in pursuit of the world land speed record after being saved from the scrapheap at the last minute.
Most Britons are too sceptical of scientific advancement to trust a driverless car, according to a new survey.
Renault has commenced a pilot scheme in vehicle-to-grid charging for electric cars.