Lexus development

Lexus may be reaching a turning point in Europe

With dramatically styled new models, and a range of hybrids, Lexus could be about to take off in Europe

by Chas Hallett
11 November 2014
New cars
Why Mercedes-Benz is playing the car name game

Why Mercedes-Benz is playing the car name game

The German manufacturer is rebooting the names of some of its model range, which will in theory make space for more models in the line-up

by Matt Burt
11 November 2014
New cars
It seems the world can't get enough limited-edition Jaguar F-types

It seems the world can't get enough limited-edition Jaguar F-types

Jaguar kept a tight lid on production numbers for its F-type-based Project 7, but it could – and probably should – have sold many more

by Steve Sutcliffe
7 November 2014
New cars
SEMA 2014 - a celebration of cars at their most outrageous best

SEMA 2014 - a celebration of cars at their most outrageous best

Las Vegas' SEMA motor show is an event like no other, and it gives the smaller companies a chance to shine

by Mark Tisshaw
7 November 2014
SEMA show
New-wave Renault Twingo brings back old-time understeer

New-wave Renault Twingo brings back old-time understeer

The new Twingo's rear-engined, rear-wheel drive layout has a curious side effect - bringing back a type of understeer we haven't seen in years

by Steve Cropley
5 November 2014
New cars
Five cars that nobody wanted

The cars that nobody wanted - can you add to my list?

No amount of pre-launch market research can prevent manufacturers from dropping the odd clanger when it comes to producing cars

by James Ruppert
5 November 2014
Anything goes
Notes from a 10-car motorway pile-up

Notes from a 10-car motorway pile-up - does emergency braking work?

Hindsight is a wonderful gift, especially when it comes to car crashes. But my friend's experience recently has left more questions than answers

by Richard Bremner
31 October 2014
New cars
JLR opens a new chapter with its engine manufacturing plant

JLR opens a new chapter with its engine manufacturing plant

It's a day that most of us thought might never come - but following a £500 million investment, Jaguar Land Rover is ready to start making its new Ingenium range of engines

by Chas Hallett
30 October 2014
Industry
What would a brand new Ford Sierra RS Cosworth feel like today?

What would a brand new Ford Sierra RS Cosworth feel like today?

A Sapphire RS 'Cossie' was the first truly fast car that Sutters ever drove – and it had but a mere 204bhp

by Steve Sutcliffe
30 October 2014
Motoring
The simplest form of motorsport is also one of the best

The simplest form of motorsport is also one of the best

I've tried my hand at plenty of different racing disciplines over the years, but none has been as engaging or as accessible as AutoSolo

by Steve Cropley
29 October 2014
New cars

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