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Now the Defender is here, the Discovery can begin to distance itself from the Range Rover and forge its own character
Demand for the ID 3 will be strong, but not enough to warrant VW axing the Golf
Volkswagen can't stake its future on the new ID 3, so the Golf is sticking around. And the same is happening at Porsche and Mercedes
Speth: "Where am I going to store 20 million parts a day?"
Britain's biggest car maker faces concerns over parts deliveries and administrative delays
Electric hatch's 'smiling face' is a sign that Volkswagen is leaving the legacy of Dieselgate behind
The new Defender won't be everything the old car was, which, in a lot of ways, is no bad thing
With tough new emissions targets about to be introduced, car firms are having to push electrified cars like never before
The Volkswagen ID 3 and new Land Rover Defender are set to dominate attention at this year's 'compact' show
Screens or buttons: there's benefits of both, but does the new Taycan strike a fine balance?
Mercedes will launch its first electric vehicle, the EQ C, in 2019
Daimler’s Dieter Zetsche and PSA chief Carlos Tavares warn of the risks associated with heavy investment in electric powertrains
The old California T wasn't exactly an ugly duckling, but its replacement marks a major improvement
The BMW X7 concept: Mark Tisshaw isn't a fan…
Mark Tisshaw is normally a big fan of BMW's styling efforts – but finds the X7 a little, well, ugly
Mini offers a wide range of personalisation options, which could be difficult with new WLTP tests
A requirement for every specification of car to undergo the new WLTP economy tests could have unforeseen circumstances
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