Suzuki has announced that it’ll be returning to MotoGP in 2015 - a year later than expected.
Volkswagen has unveiled a special version of its Amarok pick-up for the UK market. Called simply the Amarok Edition, clearly the marketing department couldn’t be bothered coming up a more imaginative name.
In 2012 the Toyota Corolla was the fifth best-selling car in the United States, with over 290,000 examples finding buyers. So the all-new 2014 model, which has just been unveiled, certainly has a reputation to maintain.
The latest conversion from Brabus is based on the Mercedes-Benz GL 63 AMG seven-seat SUV. Called the B63 - 620 Widestar, that name gives a couple of clues about the changes that have been applied.
The current-generation Micra, launched in 2010, has always suffered from anonymous looks. But now Nissan is trying to rectify that situation by giving the Indian-built supermini a much needed facelift.
Tomos has been building mopeds and scooters in Slovenia since 1954. It’s a name that might already be known to some people in the UK, especially those who remember the brand’s attempts to sell via Woolworth’s stores here in the 1980s.
With a top speed of 205 mph (330 km/h), the new V12 Vantage S is the fastest series production model ever produced by Aston Martin. A replacement for the V12 Vantage, the S is claimed to be much more extreme than its predecessor.