Vehicle product & design: Latest news and analysis articles
The Peugeot 308 GT is not the only new PSA C segment hatchback to benefit from the group’s latest BlueHDi diesel engine technology. The Citr...
The key change for Skoda Superb generation three is that the Twin Gate choice of 'boot' or 'hatchback' opening is no more. As an insider rev...
Peugeot is trying to move its image and pricing to the space occupied by Volkswagen. Britain being the French brand’s third largest market,...
We put Tata Motors' Land Rover's Range Rover Evoque under the microscope this past week, asking how long the model, just mid-life facelifted...
The wave of advanced vehicle connectivity technologies coming to vehicles embrace a number of interlinked elements, from seamless personal connectivity, to driver assistance systems (and autonomous vehicle control), intelligent transport systems, on-board telematics and the changing human machine interface itself inside the vehicle. In this month's management briefing we talk to OEMs and examine key aspects of the connectivity revolution coming down the line. In this first instalment, Cat Dow speaks with Volvo Car's Petter Hörling about its priorities in the connected car area.
Carl Bayliss recently returned to his homeland after a decade in Hong Kong. He is the new country manager for Infiniti UK, responsible for all business activities including Sales, Marketing and Network Development.
Tata Motors has decided against using a two cylinder 800 cc diesel engine in the Nano in the near future due to issues related to "refinement and economics".
FCA and its local partner Tofas will reveal the replacement for the Linea later this month, at the press preview day of the Istanbul motor show.
Skoda UK is hoping to sell "83,000-ish" cars this year, according to product affairs manager Rory Lumsdon.
Aston Martin has said that it has secured GBP200m of additional funding from its major shareholders for a product expansion.
Audi says it has taken another step in the direction of CO2 neutral fuel with the development of a new 'synthetic' diesel oil for future use in automobiles.
Hyundai expects to sell just over fifty of its upscale Genesis executive cars in the UK but that has not stopped the South Korean manufacturer re-working the chassis and suspension for British drivers.
Jiangling brand Landwind is causing waves at Shanghai with its X7 SUV that bears a very strong resemblance to Land Rover's hugely successful Range Rover Evoque.
Somewhere out there are people who think what would really improve their Range Rover would be chopping the back out of it and inserting a pick-up load tray.
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