2018 SsangYong Rexton UK specs and prices

Ahead of deliveries starting in October, SsangYong has confirmed specifications and prices for the fourth-generation Rexton.

Vauxhall launches two posher Vivaro variants

Vauxhall has released some images of the Vivaro Tourer Elite, a people carrier that's aimed at the business shuttle market.

Ford GT '67 Heritage Edition announced

Last year's GT '66 Heritage Edition celebrated Ford's outright win in the 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans, so it's only fitting that 1967's victory is similarly honoured.

Honda updates the Jazz for 2018

Redesigned bumpers and a bolder grille identify the refreshed Jazz, which is due to arrive at Honda dealers early next year.

Infiniti creates the retro-modern Prototype 9

Infiniti didn't exist during the 1940s. Even if it had, a single-seat grand prix racer would've been a very low priority for a Japanese company trying to operate in the immediate post-war period.

BMW releases some X2 teaser images

Who'd want to be a spy-shot photographer nowadays? More and more, manufacturers are publishing their own snaps of prototypes and upcoming cars (usually wearing carefully-applied disguises). As a result, hiding in bushes with a camera near a test track or engineering centre is rapidly turning into a futile occupation.

California XXL camper van concept first view

Volkswagen has announced that its California XXL is going to be unveiled at the Caravan Salon Düsseldorf, which opens on the 26th of August.

BMW UK introduces a diesel trade-in incentive

BMW has stolen a march on its rivals by launching an incentive scheme that targets older 'dirty' diesels in the UK.

Volkswagen Arteon UK prices announced

Volkswagen's range has been without a flagship model since the demise of the Phaeton last year. Now, though, that role is being assumed by the new Arteon.

Second-generation Leaf’s slow reveal continues

On the 6th of September, Nissan will unveil its all-new electric Leaf. Until then, info snippets about the car are being divulged via an obligatory teaser campaign.

2018 Suzuki Swift Sport unveiled

Ahead of its first public appearance at next month's Frankfurt Motor Show, Suzuki has released some images of the new Swift Sport.

Honda introduces the revised 2018 CRF250R

An aluminium frame taken from the CRF450R and an engine swap head the extensive list of modifications applied to Honda's CRF250R MX2-class motocross bike for 2018.

Petrol engines for the Volkswagen Transporter

Volkswagen's decision to offer Transporter buyers an alternative to diesel power is a real sign of the times.

Mercedes-Benz X-Class pick-up unveiled

Mercedes-Benz has a long history of building commercial vehicles, so a pick-up is a logical (and perhaps overdue) addition to the company's range. The new X-Class – which shares its underpinnings with the Nissan NP300 Navara and Renault Alaskan – should appeal to a broad customer base courtesy of three distinctive trim grades.

Jeep launches the Wrangler Rubicon Recon

Jeep dealers in the UK are now taking customer orders for the Wrangler Rubicon Recon special edition. Based on the existing Rubicon trim grade, it's available in both two- and four-door guises.

Bentley’s yacht-inspired Galene Edition

Bentley and Plymouth-based Princess Yachts have collaborated to create a special Continental GT V8 Convertible. The Galene Edition by Mulliner, which is named after the Greek goddess of calm seas, has a distinctly nautical theme.

Global NSX GT3 sales begin

Motorsport teams can now place their orders for the Honda (Acura in North America) NSX GT3. The Customer Racing Programme launch follows a preliminary two-car entry in the GT Daytona class of this year's WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.

Mercedes-AMG unveils its GT4 race car

Following a preview last December, the Mercedes-AMG GT4 is almost ready to go racing.

The powerful and pricey Lotus Evora GT430

Lotus has announced another special edition. The Evora GT430 is available to order now, but only sixty examples are being built.

Return of the sporty GSi trim grade

Vauxhall's new high-performance Insignia won't be named VXR, nor will the Opel version be wearing OPC badges. Instead, both brands have decided to resurrect the GSi moniker.

2018 Indian Scout Bobber unveiled

Apparently, Scout owners like to give their bikes a custom bobber look, so Indian has decided to create an official factory version.

Yamaha X-MAX 400 updated for 2018

While the cosmetic changes are subtle, Yamaha has actually completely redesigned its X-MAX 400 scooter.

Hyundai i30 N versus Volkswagen Golf GTI

Various concept cars and involvement in the World Rally Championship have helped Hyundai to build awareness of its nascent 'N' performance sub-brand. Now the time has come to launch a showroom model.

Ford gives its Transit Custom a facelift for 2018

Five years after being launched, the Ford Transit Custom is getting a mid-life refresh. The updates are mainly cosmetic, but the engine line-up gains another member too.

2018 Hyundai i30 Fastback unveiled

A five-door coupé might be an unexpected addition to Hyundai's i30 range, but that's exactly what the new Fastback is.

2017 Honda HR-V Black Edition launched

Creating a Black Edition has almost become the motor industry's standard course of action if a few extra sales are required. Honda is continuing its enthusiasm for this tactic by introducing the HR-V Black Edition.

1299 Panigale R Final Edition specs confirmed

Ducati has officially revealed its 1299 Panigale R Final Edition. This new tri-colour bike essentially combines a Panigale R chassis set-up with an engine taken from the 1299 Superleggera.

BMW Motorrad X2City kick-scooter unveiled

This has to be one of the strangest vehicles ever offered by BMW. The X2City, which is a kick-scooter fitted with an electric drive system, is primarily targeted at people who want a zero-emissions congestion-buster.

2018 NACTOY eligibility lists

Contenders for 2018's North American Car of the Year, Truck of the Year and Utility Vehicle of the Year have been announced.

Top 10: UK car sales Q2 2017

Although total new car registrations for the first half of 2017 were broadly in line with last year, volumes during the second quarter were down by 10.3%. Such a decline was expected following the introduction of revised Vehicle Excise Duty rates at the beginning of April.