Return of the Holden Sandman

For its latest special editions, Holden has revived the Sandman moniker that first appeared on various models during the 1970s. The 2015 versions – which are based on the VF Commodore Sportwagon and Ute – are intended to evoke the surfing-inspired vibe of the originals.

2015 Yamaha XV950 Racer launched

A sporty lean-forward riding position and some other unique features characterise Yamaha's new XV950 Racer.

2015 Audi R18 e-tron quattro unveiled

Rumours of a move into Formula One persist, but for now at least Audi remains fully committed to the FIA World Endurance Championship. Its contender for the 2015 season is a heavily-revised R18 e-tron quattro.

One-off Paul Smith Defender revealed

Land Rover Special Vehicle Operations has teamed up with renowned designer Paul Smith to create a unique Defender.

Honda Bulldog concept revealed

Most adventure-style motorcycles have long-travel suspension, which invariably means an elevated saddle and a high centre of gravity. That's definitely not the case with Honda's new Bulldog, though.

New 2016 Volkswagen Transporter teased

Volkswagen has released a sketch of its upcoming sixth-generation Transporter van.

2015 Honda SH300i scooter unveiled

Honda's SH300i scooter is getting an update. Although restyled bodywork is the most visible change, beneath it lies a new steel backbone frame.

BMW X5 xDrive40e plug-in hybrid launched

Traditionally, specifying a diesel engine has been the default solution for BMW X5 buyers wanting to experience comparatively decent fuel economy. Now though there's an alternative in the form of the xDrive40e.

Two Ram 1500 Sport packages launched

Ram has added the limited edition Ignition Orange Sport and Black Sport variants to its 1500 pick-up range.

Abarth introduces the 500 Bi-Colore Edition

As the name suggests, Abarth's 500 Bi-Colore Edition sports a sophisticated-looking Scorpion Black and Record Grey two-tone paintjob.

Nissan Sway concept debuts in Geneva

Nissan might be about to launch a rather interesting-looking small hatchback. The Sway, which has been unveiled in concept form at the Geneva Motor Show, adopts a striking design that's intended to appeal to European tastes.

McLaren 675LT price announced

McLaren has confirmed that the new 675LT is going to cost from £259,500. Intended as a more extreme, track-focused version of its 650S, around a third of the car's components are modified.

2015 Colorado Z71 Trail Boss edition unveiled

Chevrolet's latest Colorado special edition is intended for serious all-terrain use. Called the Trail Boss, it features the Z71 package plus some additional off-road equipment.

Suzuki iK-2 concept revealed

As well as the iM-4 concept, Suzuki has also unveiled the iK-2 at this year's Geneva Motor Show.

Suzuki iM-4 concept unveiled

Suzuki has a long history of producing small four-wheel drive vehicles. That tradition is continued with the iM-4 concept, which has made its début at the Geneva Motor Show.

Formula One gets a new course car fleet

Mercedes-AMG has unveiled the official support cars that'll be on duty at every round of the 2015 FIA Formula One World Championship.

2015 Mitsubishi L200 pick-up revealed

Last November the Mitsubishi Triton was launched in Thailand, the country where it's built. Now this all-new pick-up is coming to Europe, renamed L200.

Vito becomes Metris for North America

Mercedes-Benz has unveiled the Metris, a mid-size commercial vehicle that has been engineered specifically for Canada and the United States.

2015 Honda Civic Type R specs and prices

Sending 305 bhp (228 kW / 310 PS) to the front wheels of a compact hatchback is ambitious, but that's exactly what Honda is doing with its long-awaited Civic Type R.

The 2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS is here

Porsche has drawn on its extensive motorsport experience to create the extreme 911 GT3 RS. Built around a 911 Turbo bodyshell, the new model is immediately identified by a huge rear wing, prominent vents above the front wheels and an internal roll cage.

2015 European Car of the Year winner named

The sixth-generation Volkswagen Passat has been declared the 2015 European Car of the Year.

Fiat 500 Ron Arad Edition launched

Never heard of Ron Arad? Well apparently he's a London-based artist, architect and industrial designer. One of his latest projects has been to co-create a Fiat 500 special edition.

Lagonda Taraf now offered in right-hand drive

Launched towards the end of last year, the Lagonda Taraf was originally intended only for Middle Eastern markets. That's no longer the case, because Aston Martin has just announced a significant strategy change.

Mercedes-AMG GT3 confirmed

As anticipated, a racing version of the Mercedes-AMG GT is set to be unveiled at this month's Geneva Motor Show. Given that the new car has been built to comply with FIA GT3 regulations, it's simply known as the Mercedes-AMG GT3.

2015 BMW M4 DTM revealed

Although the 2015 M4 DTM looks virtually identical to last season's car, that's understandable because the homologation regulations didn't permit any major changes. Nevertheless, BMW Motorsport has continued with detailed development work in order to improve its racer.

Lancia Ypsilon 30th Anniversary edition

Many Lancia fans must be dismayed with the way in which the brand is being allowed to wither away. Nevertheless, it struggles on and this year marks 30 years since the first Y10 appeared.

Track-only Aston Martin Vulcan announced

Just 24 examples of the Aston Martin Vulcan hypercar are going to be produced. Intended for circuit use only, the exclusive ownership experience is set to involve driver training and special events.

2015 Fiat Doblò Trekking revealed

A van-based MPV with enhanced all-terrain ability might seem very niche, but that's exactly what the new Fiat Doblò Trekking is.

Third-generation Volkswagen Touran unveiled

Compact MPVs aren't the most exciting things, but plenty of families value their versatility. Consequently the arrival of an all-new Volkswagen Touran is a significant event for a sizeable contingent of real-world car buyers.

Brabus 850 6.0 Biturbo Coupé launched

If the Mercedes-Benz S 63 AMG or S 65 AMG Coupés simply aren't powerful enough, then Brabus now has a solution. Its latest creation, called the 850 6.0 Biturbo Coupé, takes an all-wheel drive S 63 AMG 4Matic and applies a comprehensive makeover.