The state of the Chinese car market is a concern for multinational car companies

The motor industry is at the Geneva show but worrying about China

As the key global players in the automotive industry descend on Geneva, there's growing disquiet about a sales slowdown in China

by Jim Holder
2 March 2015
Geneva motor show
Spencer Haze vs Jensen

What 1970s legend Spencer Haze thinks about the return of Jensen

Following confirmation of the revival of the Jensen car company, a marque enthusiast offers a view in his own, unique way

by James Ruppert
2 March 2015
Anything goes

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After a proper poke around, the news is good - but we're not out of the woods just yet

by Rory White
26 February 2015
Anything goes
Just 24 examples of the Aston Martin Vulcan will be made

Why Aston Martin is on the cusp of a new dawn

Confident special edition models such as the Vantage GT3 and Vulcan suggest Aston Martin is ready to fight back

by Jim Holder
25 February 2015
New cars
Subaru Justy

The best used Subarus

Many will only remember Subaru for the monstrous WRX STI, but for the savvy buyer this Japanese giant offers real deals

by James Ruppert
23 February 2015
Anything goes

To buy or not to buy? 2000 Porsche Boxster 2.7 for £5995

Ticking time bomb or a drop-top that's well worth a gamble?

by Lewis Kingston
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Motoring
Audi says it is experimenting with OLED lighting that will also be used to enhance a car's aesthetics

How Audi will light up the future

Audi says lighting technology will be a key part of future vehicles, both for safety and aesthetics

by Hilton Holloway
20 February 2015
New cars

Life with a £500 luxury barge - part two

It didn't cost much to get it home. That may be about to change.

by Rory White
20 February 2015
Anything goes

Rolls-Royce gets PM talking

David Cameron made his first visit to Goodwood for 12 years, but he's not likely to leave it so long until the next trip

by Jim Holder
18 February 2015
Industry
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Why an SUV can be a real Rolls-Royce

Rolls-Royce's history of adventure means its 4x4 should be welcome, not shocking

by Jim Holder
18 February 2015
New cars

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