A motorist who killed a man in a crash was able to drive with 25 points on his licence because of “human error and process issues”.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has put a price freeze on all vehicles ordered before the Brexit deadline, even if the vehicle is delivered after October 31.
Tesla has suggested it could beat Porsche’s electric saloon lap record at the Nurburgring by nearly 40 seconds by making ‘some improvements’ to its test vehicle.
Cutting-edge in-car safety technology could drastically reduce the number of accidents which occur on UK roads, according to new research.
Amazon has pledged to be carbon neutral by 2040 as it announces ‘the largest order ever of electric delivery vehicles’.
New data has revealed the most common reasons for failing the new driving test.
Volkswagen has given the Golf a shake up with a range of new trim levels designed to bring extra equipment without breaking the bank.
What is it? The Volvo XC90 has been a car that we’ve frequently regarded as one of the big-hitters in the large SUV segment. It’s a well-regarded seven-seater, and one we’ve often found topping lists despite numerous rivals appearing against it. Others have thought the same and, when you add this to healthy sales figures, you can understand why the Swedish firm has updated it in such a subtle, downplayed way.
What is it? It’s no secret now that if a manufacturer wants to increase the volume of its sale, SUVs are the way to go. That’s why a couple of years ago, Volvo introduced the XC40 below the XC60 in its range, offering a slightly smaller and less expensive entry to the Swedish car maker’s SUVs.
We’re quite lucky swines as motoring journalists that we regularly get the chance to experience speeds that few others have the chance to. Frequently, we’re out on track testing the latest performance cars, and sometimes we get driven around by driving professionals too, who can showcase the very extreme limits that the motor car can reach.