Recently I visited Millbrook proving ground in Bedfordshire, where all the major car manufacturers line up their latest products for test drives on over 30 miles of private roads. Among the most intriguing offerings were electric cars by Mini and Volvo.
Subaru has confirmed pricing for its marvellously bonkers Cosworth Impreza STI 400.
The old railway station at Glamis has ushered in a new era for the group behind Scotland's biggest annual gathering of vintage vehicles.
Nissan's Juke will cost from £12,795 when it goes on sale in September. Sitting underneath the Murano and Qashqai in Nissan's crossover family, the funky little Juke will be almost exclusively front-wheel drive, with only the top-of-the-range version getting four driven wheels.
St Andrews has hosted members of the Stag Owners Club (SOC) who are helping commemorate 40 years of iconic car the Triumph Stag.
Volkswagen is adding a new model to its Golf range that offers better value for money. The Golf Match replaces the SE model and has £1600 of extra equipment, but costs just £300 more.
While driving Peugeot's new RCZ recently, I lamented that its plain-Jane interior didn't match its pretty external shape. What car does, countered a motoring press colleague. After humming and hawing, we could only come up with Jaguar's splendid but pricey XF. Both of us overlooked the Mini.
One in 10 cars on Scotland's roads should be electric if we're to meet our climate change targets, according to a report by WWF Scotland.
Toyota's Auris hybrid will cost from £18,950 when it goes on sale at the start of July.
A Kirriemuir motorcycle racer has celebrated his 50th birthday with wins in the first two meetings of the 2010 season.