The BMW i8 plug-in hybrid sports car has been crowned UK Car of the Year for 2015. Having fought off stiff competition to the title of Performance Car of the Year, the four-seat technological tour de force also won the overall vote.
The Fiat 500 ‘Ron Arad’ has gone on sale in the UK – a new special edition which is instantly recognisable by the outline graphic of an original 1957 Fiat 500 superimposed on each side of the bodywork.
A new version of Abarth’s stunning 500, the Bi-Colore Edition, costs £15,990 OTR and has gone on sale this week. Just 50 will be built
Europe’s Car of the Year 2015 is the new Volkswagen Passat.
Bentley is showing the future direction of luxury and performance with the EXP 10 Speed 6 at the Geneva Motor Show.
Twenty-five years after the debut of the original, Honda NSX supercar, the production version of its successor makes its European debut at the Geneva Show.
Nissan has announced it is bringing forward the introduction of the latest iteration in its electric vehicle line-up – a seven-seat version of the all-electric e-NV200.
Hyundai unveiled its All-New Tucson compact SUV.
Innovative design and product planning gave birth to Nissan’s Qashqai and Juke. Now the company has applied the same radical thinking to the compact hatchback. Unveiled at the Geneva Show, the Sway is a glimpse at how a future generation of compact Nissan models might.
The all-new Renault Kadjar, which made its public debut at the Geneva Show, is set to take the world of mid-sized crossovers by storm in the same way that the Captur has become a dominant force in the sector below.
The new Porsche 911 GT3 RS again blurs the boundary between road-going sports cars and race cars. It is equipped with the maximum degree of motorsport technology possible in a street-legal 911, yet retains supreme suitability for everyday driving.
The latest generation of the Volkswagen Passat Alltrack is celebrating its debut at Geneva. Based on the new Passat Estate, the Alltrack impresses with an independent off-road look and 4MOTION permanent all-wheel drive.
On its official debut at the Geneva Show, the Ferrari 488 GTB sets a new benchmark for the sports car sector. Forty years on from the launch of Ferrari’s iconic first-ever mid-rear-engined V8 berlinetta, the 308 GTB, the Ferrari 488 GTB opens a new chapter in the history of cars with this particular architecture.
The new Lexus LF-SA concept made its world debut at the Geneva show.
Ford’s all-new Focus RS made its global public debut at Geneva. The high-performance road car pioneers the innovative Ford Performance All-Wheel-Drive system.
The McLaren 675LT, which made its global debut at Geneva, will be the lightest, most powerful and fastest model in the McLaren Super Series, and also the most exclusive: production will be strictly limited to just 500 examples.
SEAT has its eyes firmly set on the year 2020. The Spanish carmaker revealed its strategic vision for the future in Geneva with the 20V20 showcar (meaning Vision 2020), an SUV that sets the stage for the brand’s future and puts forward the new design language.
Chinese car brand, Qoros, made a major impact at Geneva when it presented the international premiere of the Qoros 3 City SUV and QorosQloud 2.0 – its ground-breaking connected services platform.
The bold design and styling of the New Citroën C4 Cactus has been recognised by Car Design News, which has named it their ‘Production Car of the Year’.