As The Courier's Fight For Fairer Fuel petition breaks the 5000-name barrier, our motoring editor Jack McKeown looks at the growing demand for electric cars and explores whether they can ever replace the internal combustion engine.
You might not know it but you're looking at the best-selling Honda in the UK.
In 1983, Edinburgh-born Richard Noble brought the land speed record back to Britain. In 1997, ThrustSSC became the first car to break the sound barrier. A week ago, the entrepreneur was the worthy recipient of the prestigious Jim Clark Award. Here he tells Jack McKeown about his latest project to build the world's first 1000mph car.
Ford has grafted some extra metal on to the back of its excellent new Focus, but how has that affected the car's abilities?
What do you do when you've spent the recession bringing out a slew of new models while every other manufacturer has been reining in costs and tightening their belts? Why, bring out yet another new model, of course.
For those of you unfamiliar with Audi's A5, it's a coupe that manages to be fabulously pretty in a grown-up way low key and unostentatious.
This is the new Vauxhall Astra estate and it's much, much better than the car it replaced late last year but then so is virtually all of the opposition, so how does it stack up next to the best of its rivals?
This is the Seat Ibiza ST, an estate-ish version of the hatchback, and the most important thing you should know about this Ecomotive version is that it does 80.7mpg.
BMW has finally taken the wraps off the eagerly-awaited new Mini. The latest reincarnation of the popular car which first took to the road in 1959 shows a Mini that is quieter, longer, wider and taller than its predecessor.
Mercedes-Benz has always been a byword for quality and reliability, but with budget cars better built than ever before the luxury German brands are having to work harder than ever to maintain their lead.