Ahead of the 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Infiniti raises the curtain on its vision of a premium sports coupe: the striking Q60 Concept.
The 2015 Mazda CX-5 upgraded model goes on sale in the UK this spring, priced from £22,295 to £30,595. The 16-strong model range features interior and equipment upgrades, as well as exterior enhancements.
The very first car to carry a ‘BHL’ chassis number, after its creator, Brian Horace Lister, is for sale by private treaty at H&H Classics, one of Europe’s leading specialist auctioneers of classic vehicles. Lister, who died on December 16, was the man behind the eponymous marque best known for its green-and-yellow, Jaguar-powered sports-racers of the 1950s driven by the diminutive Archie Scott Brown. The 1951 Tojeiro-JAP offered by H&H is the machine that started Lister, Scott Brown and legendary engine tuner Don Moore on the road to countless racing successes.
The Skoda Fabia has won the What Car? Car of the Year title. The Fabia, which also won the Small Car category, scooped the main prize 15 years after winning it for the first time. Other winners include the Skoda Octavia, in the Family Car sector; the Audi A3 e-tron (electric car); Citroen Grand C4 Picasso (MPV); and the Sunderland-built Nissan Qashqai, last year’s COTY winner and still a favourite in the small SUV category.
Volvo is stepping up to meet the demands of its core customers with the unveiling of the S60 Cross Country at the Detroit Auto Show.
SEAT has begun a new chapter with its CUPRA sub-brand through the unveiling of its first-ever high-performance estate, the Leon ST CUPRA. It can shift from 0 to 62mph in just 6.0 seconds.
Aston Martin is lining up a selection of its heritage and modern sports cars as it prepares to takes its place at the inaugural London Classic Car Show. The sports car maker, which celebrates its 102nd birthday on January 15, is exhibiting a variety of models at the show, which is being staged at ExCeL in London’s Docklands this week. A DB6 previously owned by Sir Paul McCartney will be running each day as part of the unique twice-daily Grand Avenue parade.