The Q3 has been an absolute phenomenon for Audi, selling more than 1.1 million since it went on sale in 2011.
Due to our wetter weather and smaller roads, pickups have never enjoyed the enormous popularity they enjoy in America.
People love the appearance of coupes but aren’t as keen on getting in and out of them. Who looks graceful trying to wriggle behind a tipped-forward front seat to get into the back?
In 13 years as this paper’s motoring writer I’ve never driven a Ferrari. Lamborghinis, Aston Martins and McLarens – yes. But never the most famous supercar maker of all.
The electric car market has gone from sparse to relatively busy and looks set to explode over the coming years.
When I were a lad MGs and Rovers were a common sight on Scotland’s roads.
Car buyers can’t see the wood for the trees when it comes to SUVs, so crowded is the market, but somehow Land Rover still manages to stick out from the crowd.
Fonab Castle, by Pitlochry, was the jumping off point for a 200 mile drive in Volvo’s latest release.
I did not don my leather jacket and sunglasses to drive the Citroen Berlingo.
Mitsubishi and Toyota have long been the kings of the pick-up sector, with both Japanese firms producing trucks that are as capable and hard wearing as they come.