What is it? The automotive industry might be in the midst of a seismic shift towards electrified vehicles with manufacturers scrambling to get new models out the door as customer needs slowly shift and strict emissions regulations come into play, but with the launch of the new Zoe, Renault proudly points to the fact it’s been doing this all-electric thing for a while now.
Nissan will review its decision to build the popular Qashqai model at its Sunderland plant if Britain leaves the EU with no deal, according to reports.
Toyota has given its C-HR a revamp, adding a new hybrid drivetrain alongside a sharper exterior design and more interior equipment.
Nine major electric car charging suppliers have agreed to use a single subscription service, making charging an electric vehicle a more streamlined process for owners.
Mazda has announced that the new look ‘2’ will cost from £15,795 when it hits dealer forecourts at the end of November.
What is it? BMW has filled almost every niche possible – ranging from family hatchbacks to luxury SUVs. But the crossover segment still holds a strong place in the market, and the German firm has been capitalising on that with the X1. Its entry-level SUV was introduced in its current form in 2015, and here we have the 2019 update.
Toyota has announced a suite of updates for its Toyota Hilux pickup truck that improve safety and emissions as well as offering trim updates.
Bollinger Motors has revealed its all-electric B1 and B2 models which, it claims, are the world’s first all-electric off-road and on-road trucks.
Officers investigating a robbery have written a message on a car windscreen asking the culprits to contact police about the “stolen car and cannabis left behind”.
Toyota and Subaru have confirmed that their sports car project will return for a second generation, as the pair announce an expansion of their joint alliance.