What is it? The Allroad recipe is a relatively simple one, yet it’s remarkably effective for Audi. It starts with taking the standard A4 estate, jacking it up a few centimetres, adding some painted plastic around the wheelarches, and voila.
What is it? It’s a big one, this. The BMW 1 Series has proved to be an immense hit here in the UK, with the firm shifting more than 220,000 units of it since 2012. It is, therefore, a very important car – both to BMW, and to British drivers too. But sales success aside, there’s another key factor here, because for the first time in the 1 Series’ history, it’s front-wheel-drive.
What is it? The A4 is Audi’s greatest success story. In the model’s 25-year history, the German firm has sold 7.5 million examples of its executive car, with 345,000 A4s being built in 2018.
With the new car market becoming an ever-more diverse field, it can be a little daunting to learn about the variety of motors on sale today.
Jaguar Land Rover has received a £500m boost from the government over its next generation of electric vehicles.
Two “completely new” models are among six RS variants still to be revealed in 2019 as Audi celebrates 25 years of its performance badge.
A review into the way the UK’s roads are policed is being launched in a bid to improve safety.
What is it? The Volkswagen Golf GTI is one of the most iconic nameplates in automotive history. It’s the car that gave birth to the hot hatch genre, and despite a couple of hiccups along the way, has consistently been one of the go-to models in the segment.
Ducati has unveiled a special-edition version of its Panigale V4 S designed to pay homage to 25 years of its 916.
The Aston Martin Valkyrie has broken cover to lap Silverstone ahead of the British grand prix.