Convertible SUVs are thin on the ground and don’ tend to do well – Land Rover’s Evoque Convertible was not a success.
What is it? Ssangyong may only be the third-most-popular car manufacturer to come from South Korea, but the firm is slowly edging its way towards the mainstream with a new set of more refined and well-equipped vehicles. And here is its challenger for the ever-booming crossover market, the Korando.
Rolls-Royce has revealed a one-off Cullinan, finished in bespoke Fux Orange for one of its most prized clients.
A full decade ago Ford transformed the supermini market with the sixth generation Fiesta.
Skoda has added another SUV to its line up.
Audi has revealed the latest variant of its RS6 Avant, with the performance estate benefitting from mild-hybrid technology for the first time.
Hyundai has upgraded its i30 N hot hatch for a limited-run model that’s lighter, lower and more capable — but it won’t be sold in the UK.
What is it? The story behind the new Toyota Supra is well-told, but here’s a quick catch-up for those who haven’t heard: Toyota wanted to build a new Supra with an inline-six-cylinder engine like the old one, but didn’t want to make its own all-new model. It approached BMW to see if it could use the German firm’s engine, and the pair ended up co-developing a pair of sports cars in the form of the BMW Z4 convertible and Toyota’s coupe.
Mercedes-Benz has revealed the second model in its all-electric EQ range in the form of the EQV.
Thieves in the West Midlands are targeting Ford vehicles most commonly this year, according to new data.