Ford's Focus is Scotland's third-best selling car (the Corsa and Fiesta are No. 1 and No. 2, since you ask) and with good reason the latest version is terrific.
Toyota has said it is recalling about 242,000 of its Prius and Lexus hybrid vehicles due to problems with their braking systems.
The IS 250C is definitively a car for grown-ups. Its handsome but understated styling, comfort-over-performance driving dynamic and elegant interior all seem designed specifically for the over-50s.
Volkswagen has admitted that 11 million vehicles worldwide are fitted with software to cheat emissions tests.
This is not a car for people who don't like attention. It's not a car for people who do like comfort. And it's certainly not a car for people who don't earn telephone number salaries.
Dundee battery manufacturer Axeon has made the power system for the world's first electric Rolls-Royce. As the prototype car embarks on a tour of well-heeled customers around the world, The Courier's Jack McKeown was one of the first journalists to drive the only electric Roller in existence.
We'll have to wait until August for probably the most anticipated car of the year, the Range Rover Evoque.
Kia has really pulled its socks up in recent years and now, under former Audi design chief Peter Schreyer, they're producing some of the best looking cars around.
‘Stopping it will be the most difficult thing’ Scots company’s crucial role in Bloodhound SSC 1,000mph attempt
A Scottish company will make the wheels for the British world land speed record attempt car, Bloodhound SSC.
Normally when I test cars I try to drive them in a variety of conditions. I'll take them around town, cruising on motorways and along country roads. The VW Touareg got all this, and then some.