Bentley is building on the global demand for the Continental GT family with a suite of contemporary design updates and new exquisite features for its most successful model.
A new super-frugal, 97g/km TFSI version of the three or five-door Audi A1 has become available in the UK. Equipped with a new three-cylinder engine – the first petrol unit with this configuration to be installed in an Audi model – the latest A1 variant promises to bring 67mpg-plus economy, peppy performance and the premium hallmarks that distinguish every Audi with an OTR price starting from £14,315.
After 9 years, and 1.3 million units of the L200, Mitsubishi will introduce the all-new fifth generation L200 at the Geneva Motor Show next month.
With its worldwide public debut at the Geneva Motor Show, the All-New Hyundai Tucson is set to redefine the brand’s C-SUV offering.
The new Škoda Superb rolled into the spotlight with a world premiere in Prague.
The 50th birthday of the best-known Pullman saloon of them all, the Mercedes-Benz 600, is set to coincide with a special debut at the Geneva Motor Show: the launch of the new Pullman. Mercedes-Maybach’s second model will assume the top-of-the-range position
An all-new Honda HR-V is set to arrive in the UK this summer, delivering a unique proposition to the crossover segment.
Aston Martin is revealing the first details of its most potent Vantage to date: the track-inspired Vantage GT3 special edition. With production limited to just 100 examples, the new model is equipped with a new iteration of the brand’s 6.0-litre V12 engine.
The track-dedicated 1000PS McLaren P1™ GTR will debut at the Geneva Motor Show in limited production form with only minor modifications to the design concept presented just six months ago.
Volkswagen is presenting the technically updated Sharan MPV at the Geneva Motor Show.
The second-generation Citroën C4 is being updated in 2015 with a new light signature, new technologies and the latest-generation engines.
Three years after its launch, the Peugeot 208, the brand’s best-selling model, benefits from a substantial upgrade to enhance and boost its appeal.
SsangYong will stage its international launch of Tivoli, the company’s all-new B-segment SUV, at this year’s Geneva Motor Show.
Cassic car auction house CCA will be auctioning a last-of-the-line Rover Mini Cooper in its first-ever sale at Silverstone circuit on March 3. One of the last Minis made at the Longbridge plant, the 2001-registered car was the last original Mini to be sold new in Scotland and has covered just 182 miles. It is estimated at £14,500 to £16,500.