This year’s Los Angeles motor show has been jam-packed with new reveals from some of the biggest manufacturers in the world. SUVs, electric cars and convertibles have all been announced at one of the motoring world’s key events.
Volkswagen has given a glimpse of the electric future of the estate car with its latest concept.
Mini has revealed its most hardcore road car yet — the John Cooper Works GP.
With a series of disastrous floods affecting many parts of the UK, interest in cars that can handle deep water driving has risen, according to a leading online vehicle retailer.
Audi has revealed its latest all-electric vehicle – the e-tron Sportback.
Aston Martin has unveiled its first sports utility vehicle (SUV) in its 106-year history.
The boss of the British Motor Show says he believes it can be a success – despite a similar event being axed 10 years ago by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
Lamborghini’s Gallardo is the nation’s favourite supercar, according to a provider of driving experiences.
Lynx deodorant is an icon of gym changing rooms and thoughtless Christmas gifts across the UK, but now it’s looking to be just as at home in your car.
What is it? The Alfa Romeo Giulia arrived to take the fight to more established rivals and it more than succeeded in this challenge. Sharp, nimble and elegantly designed, it was a breath of fresh air when compared to cars like the Audi A4 and the BMW 3 Series.