For its twenty-fifth season in Formula One, Sauber F1 Team has created an all-new car. The C36-Ferrari, which will be driven by Marcus Ericsson and Pascal Wehrlein, is due to debut at the first Circuit de Catalunya pre-season test session later this month.
Fans of Lego Technic will already know that kit number 42063 – the BMW R 1200 GS Adventure motorcycle – comes with alternative instructions to construct the Hover Ride Design Concept.
Lotus Exclusive, the brand’s personalisation department, has created a one-off Evora Sport 410. A tribute to the Esprit S1 submersible that was driven by James Bond in ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’, it features numerous cosmetic flourishes.
Peugeot has finally decided to offer an electric-powered version of the five-seat Partner Tepee MPV. Considering the virtually identical Partner Electric van was first unveiled in 2012, its arrival has been rather a long time coming.
One of the undoubted stars of next month’s Geneva Motor Show will be the new Ferrari 812 Superfast. According to the company, this V12-powered model is set to become “the most powerful and exclusive” member of its road car line-up.
Isuzu has confirmed that the D-Max pick-up is getting a smaller-capacity 1.9 litre turbo-diesel engine. It's Euro 6-compliant but, because nitrogen oxide emissions aren't controlled via selective catalytic reduction, an AdBlue exhaust fluid tank isn't required.
Taking a ride in a black cab is on the 'to do' lists of many visitors to London. Of course, they probably envisage hailing a traditionally-shaped LTI TX4 or Metrocab, not a converted van.
When the current Titan full-size pick-up was first announced a couple of years ago, Nissan promised that the range would include a King Cab configuration. Now, at last, it's here.
Given the current trend for small-capacity, three-cylinder, turbocharged engines, Toyota’s decision to stick a 1.5 litre, four-cylinder, normally-aspirated petrol unit in the 2017 Yaris supermini might come as a surprise.
Sadly, the current Holden Commodore will soon be replaced by a rebadged Vauxhall / Opel Insignia Grand Sport. So, to commemorate the rear-wheel drive model’s imminent passing, three special versions have been created.
Figures published by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry show that over 146,000 new cars were registered in the country during 2016. In fact, market size grew by 17.5% compared to 2015, with most of the additional volume appearing in January and February.
Kia certainly created a stir at the North American International Auto Show earlier this month by unveiling the Stinger. Described by its maker as a fastback sports sedan, sales across Europe are due to begin during the fourth quarter of 2017.
Ford and Transport for London are collaborating on a project that's going to assess twenty plug-in hybrid Transit Custom vans. These prototype vehicles will be allocated to various fleets from autumn 2017 for a twelve-month period.
In its launch photographs, the new Crossland X looks fairly bulky. Don't be deceived though, because this B-segment crossover (which will sit alongside the Mokka X in the Vauxhall and Opel ranges) is actually quite compact.
Fiat's Ducato pretty much dominates the large camper van scene at the moment. Whether or not the all-new Volkswagen Crafter can steal market share from its established Italian rival remains to be seen, but conversions have already started to emerge.
Full marks to Nissan for giving its latest limited edition pick-up an interesting name. The Trek-1°, which is based on the range-topping NP300 Navara Tekna, alludes to the -1° longitude of the Navarre desert in Spain.
Holden has released the first images of its 2017 Astra sedan. This new four-door, which arrives at dealers in May, is essentially a Chevrolet Cruze with a restyled nose.
Current World Rally Championship regulations don't require manufacturers to build a certain number of identical cars in order to participate. That wasn't the case under the long-superseded Group B and Group A rules, which demanded the production of so-called homologation specials.
Total new car registrations hit an all-time high of 2,692,786 in 2016. Compared to 2015, that figure represented a modest rise of 2.3%. Of course, some manufacturers comfortably beat the market average, but it was a year to forget for others.
After just eighteen months, production of the current Civic Type R has come to an end. A total of 2,500 examples were allocated to the UK market and, to celebrate the model's departure, the final 100 have been built to Black Edition specification.
2017's North American Car of the Year, Truck of the Year and Utility Vehicle of the Year have been announced at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Numerous ‘experts’ predicted that economic doom and gloom would surely follow when the UK voted to leave the European Union. Well, if new car registrations are a pertinent measure, then they’ve been wrong so far.