The 2019 Geneva Motor Show has, as ever, seen the debut of new models from some of the industry’s most important manufacturers, be it supercars, saloons or SUVs.
Cupra, Seat’s performance spin-off-brand, has revealed a concept that could become the brand’s first standalone machine.
A new study has found that the development of self-driving vehicles in the UK is being hampered by potholes on roads and poor broadband.
Transport was the largest sector for UK greenhouse gas pollution in 2017, as emissions driving climate change fell 3% overall, official statistics show.
Four of the five best-selling car models in the UK are “susceptible to keyless theft”, it is claimed.
A classic car enthusiast caused nearly £50,000 damage to his Rolls-Royce by scraping it along the side of a lorry, an expert witness told a court.
Police in Scotland are targeting uninsured drivers in a crackdown which aims to remove them from the country’s roads.
A gang of criminals involved in a stolen car racket worth £500,000 have been jailed after police used their own CCTV equipment to bring them to justice.
Hyundai is hoping to save lives during natural disasters by designing a walking car that could help climb over tricky terrain to reach those in need.
Chinese motoring startup Byton is preparing to begin production of its smart intuitive vehicle, fitted with a 48-inch digital dashboard, a touch screen embedded in the steering wheel and support for 5G and Amazon Alexa among its futuristic features.