In a world where too many new cars are ordered with boring silver, grey or white paintwork, the latest Aygo x-cite is refreshingly different. An eye-catching Yellow Fizz and Bold Black colour scheme provides a look which is certainly going to stand out in traffic.
Just 700 examples of the sold-out BMW M4 GTS are being built, so anybody who failed to secure one in the ordering rush might be peeved that it's being used as a Safety Car in the 2016 DTM.
Limited editions of the Renegade, Cherokee, Grand Cherokee and Wrangler have been introduced to mark Jeep's 75th birthday. All come with low-gloss bronze-finish wheels, unique exterior trim and special badges.
It's available for any government or fleet operator to buy, but Ford reckons that most orders for the new F-150 Special Service Vehicle package will come from law enforcement agencies across North America.
There's a new member of Harley-Davidson's Sportster range. Named the Roadster, it combines various specification upgrades, a 1,202 cc Evolution V-twin engine and blacked-out components.
According to Dr Andy Palmer, Aston Martin's CEO: “Broadening the scope of the V12 Vantage S with a manual transmission option is an indication of our desire to offer the keenest drivers a more analogue and immersive machine to enjoy... the manual gearbox remains an integral part of our product plans and will do for many years to come.”
Fiat has announced some minor updates for its Fiorino van, the most obvious being a restyled front bumper. A jutting underbite is retained, but now a broad air intake provides a stronger visual link to the larger Ducato.
Bentley has made its fastest model even faster. Thanks to a modified 6.0 litre W12 twin-turbo engine, the updated Continental GT Speed now boasts 633 bhp (472 kW / 642 PS) with 840 Nm (620 lb/ft) of peak torque.
Model sharing between rival brands is rife in the van industry. The practice undoubtedly slashes development costs, meaning customers can (in theory at least) enjoy better value for money. Less genuine product choice is an inevitable side effect, though.
This year's British Touring Car Championship grid is set to consist of 32 drivers representing 11 different manufacturers.
Given the mediocrity of the other two finalists, it's hardly surprising that the Mazda MX-5 has been named 2016 World Car of the Year at the New York International Auto Show.
Q-cars (or sleepers, depending on your choice of terminology) mix plain looks with rapid performance. For a particular breed of driver who's more concerned with 'go' rather than 'show', they hold a special appeal.
SsangYong hails from South Korea, a country which has been separated from North Korea by the Demilitarized Zone since 1953. So naming a Korando Sports limited edition after that narrow strip of land is somewhat apt (but very odd).
For the first time, Mercedes-AMG has developed a high-performance mid-size SUV. The GLC 43 4Matic – which is set to arrive at dealers in June – will slot between the existing GLA 45 4Matic and GLE 63 S 4Matic in the brand's model line-up.
Given the imminent demise of Scion, the brand's presence at the upcoming New York International Auto Show seems like a pointless money-wasting exercise. However, it's being treated as a final farewell to the marque (and, no doubt, an opportunity to persuade fans to switch their allegiance to Toyota).
Chevrolet has confirmed that the 2017 Camaro ZL1 will feature an updated 6.2 litre LT4 V8 engine. Thanks to a supercharger and special intake and exhaust systems, it produces an estimated 640 bhp (477 kW / 648 PS) with 868 Nm (640 lb/ft) of peak torque.