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The boss of the UK's insurance trade body, James Dalton, disagrees with claims truly autonomous cars are nearly here
After years of hardship, there are signs of a recovery for at least some Italian coachbuilders. Julian Rendell looks into the future of coachbuilders
With more than 276,000 deposits for the Model 3 since launch last week, the car is a runaway success for Tesla, but doubts as to whether Tesla can meet the demand refuse to die down
The 2017 Porsche Panamera has been spotted testing almost completely uncovered; previous photos revealed the upcoming car's interior
Britain's car and steel industries are inextricably linked; but can the former save the latter?
Jaguar Land Rover plans to enter the SUV-coupé market place with its first ever road-biased model
Skoda's first electric model is planned for launch in 2020 or 2021, based upon Volkswagen's MEB electric vehicle platform
The French manufacturers have devised a public road test to produce their own fuel consumption figures, and will publish the results
Could future cars do away with the steering wheel?
The German car giant's focus on future technology is pushing it to explore steering wheel-free cars for future models
The future of Volkswagen, diesels and emissions testing have all been discussed at length - these are the key questions that need to be answered