Jeep is celebrating 75 years of existence.
Kia’s hybrid crossover, the Niro, is available to order in the UK now with prices starting at £21,295.
The driving test is to receive its biggest shake up since the introduction of a theory exam in 1996.
It’s named after a type of Alaskan bear (albeit with a “Q” rather than a “K” to make it down with the kids).
Sales of electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles are about to take off, and the AA predicts that more than 500,000 of these alternatively-powered cars will be on UK roads by 2020.
Much bigger than the svelte sports cars that made the marque famous, the Porsche Panamera has always been a bit love-it-or-loathe it.
Kia has updated its popular Picanto and Rio cars, adding an additional three equipment grades.
Ferrari has released the first images of its new convertible hybrid hypercar.
“Self driving cars should be willing to sacrifice their occupants to save pedestrians and other motorists. Unless I’m inside one, in which case save me and let everyone else die.”
Audi threw everything it had at the Goodwood Festival of Speed last weekend, with no fewer than nine upcoming models making their UK debuts.