Seat has waded into the crowded supermini market with the fifth generation Ibiza.
For years, the hybrid car market has been dominated by the Japanese.
Another day, another new SUV. British car buyers’ appetite for these high-riding 4x4 lookalikes shows no sign of diminishing.
I’m wafting along the M90 towards Perth, looking down on other drivers with a fine summer’s breeze drifting in the windows.
Seat swam against the SUV tide for a long time. Eventually, however, the Spanish company joined the craze, launching the well-received Ateca.
Hyundai has been a little slow off the mark releasing a compact SUV but the Kona is finally here.
Jaguar’s I-Pace may have won the Scottish Car of the Year title but sister-company Land Rover is getting in on the electrification act as well.
Ford’s seventh generation Fiesta has been with us for a year now and any concerns it wouldn’t live up to its brilliant predecessor have been laid to rest.
I’m on Duke’s Pass, which cuts through Queen Elizabeth Forest Park from Aberfoyle to Callander.
Mitsubishi is one of the few companies that was making SUVs long before they became the phenomenon they are today.