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The Rover 2000 was named European Car of the Year in 1964
The first European Car of the Year was the Rover 2000. Today, 51 years on, can it still teach the current crop a thing or two?
This Autocar image shows how a hot version of the Renault Captur could look
Renault will follow the example set by Nissan and offer performance-oriented versions of its growing SUV line-up
Racing on closed roads could become a reality
UK government approves legislation that makes closed road racing a realistic prospect
Fisker showed off the Thunderbolt in March 2015
Aston Martin takes issue with Henrik Fisker's Thunderbolt and issues legal proceedings against the designer
Lavishly-equipped, rugged-looking Peugeot 508 estate is a pleasant drive, but there are many more recommendable alternatives
308 GT 1.6-litre petrol is priced from £24,095
Peugeot's given the 308 the engine from the 208 GTi 30th and some chassis upgrades; we find out if the changes bring a bit of old-school Peugeot hot-hatch magic to this likeable family hatch.
The new BMW M2 is set to go on sale in the UK in the final quarter of this year
New 370bhp-plus M2 to arrive in late 2015, with a manual transmission and rear-wheel drive offered as standard
There will be no turbochargers on Ferrari V12 engines
Turbocharging technology will not be used on Ferrari's V12-engined models in the near future, despite the company now using turbo V8 units elsewhere
Toyota reveals plans to revolutionise the car factory of the future, which will be able to grow or shrink its production line as required
Collins Performance has given the Fiesta ST 270bhp and 265lb ft, but has our favourite fast Ford been ruined in the process?
The Kia Venga 1.4 CRDi SR7 costs from £14,895