Volvo has released details on its Scalable Product Architecture (SPA), the platform the all-new XC90 and other future Volvos will be built on. It’s also shown the face of the new SUV. A bit of it, anyway.
Track-only McLaren 650S Sprint revealed ahead of its public debut at the upcoming Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance.
Jaguar has revealed the prototype of its ‘new’ Lightweight E-type – six more will be built, representing the ‘missing’ six ‘Special GT E-type’ cars.
The first ever Range Rover goes to auction on September 4 in London and is expected to fetch between £100,000 and £140,000.
New Hyundai i20 revealed ahead of its world debut at the 2014 Paris Motor Show – last week Hyundai released design sketches, now we see the real thing.
Land Rover has released official images of its high-performance Range Rover Sport SVR, announcing it will be available in Australia from second-quarter 2015.
Kia has released the first official photos of its new Kia Sorento featuring a new snout that brings it in line with other Kia models.
Set to kick off last Saturday (August 9), the annual Speed Week at the Bonneville Salt Flats has been cancelled due to the lake being flooded.
Fifty years after he was ‘discovered’ in 1964 by Goodwood track manager Robin Mackay, Sir Jackie Stewart will be honoured at this year’s Goodwood Revival (September 12-14).
New Chevrolet Volt teased on social media ahead of its official reveal at the Detroit Motor Show in January 2015 – GM says it will no longer be a mainstream model.
Lexus has begun production of its NX SUV and crowed about the green credentials of its NX 300h model – deliveries begin in October.
Aston Martin announces the launch of bespoke Q by Aston Martin models at Pebble Beach Automotive Week.
Ford of Europe research for its Driving Skills for Life programme has revealed that 1 in 4 young drivers take a ‘selfie’ while driving.
Country drivers are more honest than city drivers when it comes to car insurance, according to a survey by the Insurance Council of Australia.
Technology start-up, Navdy, has released a smartphone-powered, portable, head-up display system that responds to hand gestures.