Nissan's Micra range is being augmented by a new N-TEC trim grade, which slots in between the existing Acenta and range-topping Tekna variants.
It’s unlikely that many examples of the all-new fourth-generation Kia Optima will find buyers in the UK. That has nothing to do with the car’s capabilities, quality or purchase price. Rather, such a prediction is merely a reflection of two interlinked factors.
Nissan has revealed the all-new European-specification NP300 Navara. Compared to its predecessor, comfort and refinement levels are claimed to be much improved, but the pick-up's off-road ability remains.
Confederate Motorcycles has a reputation for producing stripped-back bikes with uncompromising sculptural looks. Its latest creation, the G2 P51 Combat Fighter, clearly continues the same ethos.
As expected, the latest generation C-Class family is getting a two-door variant. The new model, which goes on sale in December, resembles a shrunken S-Class Coupé from some angles.
Buying a Subaru Levorg should be a fairly straightforward process. That's because the new estate, which is essentially a replacement for the Legacy Tourer, is being offered in a single version.
Infiniti's North American Q70 standard wheelbase range is gaining a new member. Called the Premium Select Edition, it boasts numerous cosmetic enhancements that are intended to add a bit more elegance.
Fans of the colour red are going to like the new Isuzu D-Max Fury. Available only with Magma Red paintwork, it also features a red Isuzu front grille logo and red stitching on the gear lever and steering wheel.
Affluent audiophiles are going to be tempted by the latest Rolls-Royce Wraith special edition. Called ‘Inspired by Music’, it features a 1300W, eighteen-channel Bespoke Audio system that apparently took two years to perfect.
With an increasing number of car buyers realising that diesel might not be suitable for them, Toyota’s decision to add the Active and Sport trim grades to its Yaris Hybrid range could be timely.
Times must be hard for those photographers who lurk outside car development centres, hoping to grab a blurry shot of the latest disguised prototype. Their role is increasingly being assumed by the manufacturers as part of tightly-controlled new-model teaser campaigns.