Vehicle product & design: Latest news and analysis articles
While it may be true that worldwide sales of convertibles have peaked, that doesn’t mean there isn’t still good business to be had from this...
Does it matter that a version of the Clio now holds the record as the fastest small hatchback at the 20.8km long Nordschleife? To Renault it...
Jaguar has been in the news this week with the first details of the F-TYPE SVR. We should get used to those initials, as they signify what y...
Kia is set to launch its fourth generation Sportage, which made its global debut at the 2015 Frankfurt show, across European markets in this...
Ford’s Fields tells just auto he wants to revolutionise the automotive customer experience.
Citroen is looking to re-establish its reputation for being unconventional, or even quirky, as it aims to boost sales from 1.2m to 1.6m globally by 2020.
General Motors' European unit Opel said it would launch "a revolutionary" new battery electric car next year as part of its plan to launch 29 new models between 2016 and 2020.
Nissan North America will rebadge and import the six-year old Patrol as its replacement for the Armada, a big SUV which was discontinued during CV2015. The 2017 Armada is to be built in Japan, its 5.6-litre V8 shipped there from the US.
Renault Brazil would prefer to launch the Captur first ahead of the Kwid to take advantage of a wave of compact SUVs in a segment likely to become the second most important in Brazil this year and second only to compact hatchbacks and saloons. The Captur is not due for launch until the first quarter of 2017.
Volvo has decided against using range-extenders with its hybrid models, or using internal combustion engines to charge up batteries on the move because of the increased fuel consumption this causes.
Chevrolet, Fiat, Hyundai, Isuzu, Mahindra, Maruti Suzuki, Renault, Tata Motors, Toyota and Volkswagen all had vehicle and/or concept world premieres at 2016's New Delhi Auto Expo.
Car names falling flat unexpectedly in certain markets are the stuff of legend but Tata Motors, parent of Britain's Jaguar Land Rover, has been caught due to a growing medical crisis not of its own making - a name it chose for a new model made perfect sense until now.
What would a new version of the original Volkswagen Transporter look like, using the latest T6 model as the base vehicle? The answer to that question is fascinating to see.
Ford's new Everest SUV, a spin off of the popular Thai-built Ranger pickup truck, and, in its latest form, now on sale in more countries, has got off to a bad start in Australia.
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