The Skoda FUNstar is what a car designed by apprentices should be

It’s bold, striking and comes with extra bass. The Fabia-based pickup won’t make it to production, but that’s not the point of the project

by Doug Revolta
1 May 2015
New cars
Audi RS4

Useful wagons for under £1000

No matter what kind of estate you're after - big, quick, stylish or cheap - we've got you covered

by James Ruppert
3 May 2015
New cars

Life with a £500 luxury barge – part six

Bargain barge shrugs off its MOT test before setting out on a 200-mile round trip to Dorset to meet up with an old friend

by Rory White
30 April 2015
Anything goes
More Western brands are taking the Chinese market into account with product decisions

Why China is shaping your next new car purchase

As more Western brands take advantage of the profitable Chinese market, it's no surprise to see that sector dominating new product decisions

by Jim Holder
29 April 2015
Industry
Lotus's crossover is due to arrive in 2019

Can Lotus's SUV plan work?

Lotus will launch a new crossover model in 2019, joining in one of the most profitable motoring trends in recent memory

by Matt Burt
28 April 2015
New cars
Piech's career spanned the creation of the Porsche 917 to become the head of the supervisory board

Piech's ousting from VW is not the final act

Ferdinand Piech's resignation as head of the VW supervisory board is the beginning, not the end, of a battle for VW's future

by Hilton Holloway
27 April 2015
Industry
A 2002 BMW 330Ci Sport could be the bargain coupé you've been searching for

Two-door wonders to raise a smile

With £3500 to spend on a coupé, the used car world is your oyster. Here are some of my favourites

by James Ruppert
27 April 2015
New cars
Kris Meeke, Rally Argentina 2015
Kris Meeke scored his breakthrough victory on a tough Rally Argentina.

McRae's protégé breaks his WRC duck

Britain has waited 13 years for a new WRC rally winner. Now it has one, after Kris Meeke scored an emotional victory in Argentina.

by John McIlroy
26 April 2015
WRC

Why Mercedes’ TT would make sense

Mercedes-Benz doesn't have a rival to the Audi TT right now, but a two-door coupe would make sense

by Matt Burt
14 April 2015
Anything goes

How far could the bespoke car go?

The aftermarket modified car scene may be long gone but customised transport is still in demand - so how could the mainstream car industry respond?

by Vicky Parrott
23 April 2015
Anything goes

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