From getaway cars to wonderfully restored racing machines, the third annual London Classic Car Show is the perfect antidote to autonomous driving
Car insurers have been accused of discriminating against people with Hotmail accounts. But how did the once-popular address end up with a bad rep?
The loyal Micra has been a stalwart of driving schools and OAPs for years. But this model has learned some new tricks
Using diesel trucks now ‘economic suicide’, says Musk – but questions persist over company’s capacity to meet demand
New electric supercar will break records according to Elon Musk, with blistering acceleration and 630-mile range. Here’s everything we know
Nissan’s old X-Trail used to be a bit of a ruffian… now it’s learning some road manners. But is that a good thing?
For anyone with a yearning for the good old days, this new Caterham will blast you down memory lane in no time
The new 3 from Mazda is one of the sweetest drives on the road, thanks to the union of human and hatchback
Electric Semi truck will be ‘tentatively’ ready for first test rides and is ‘worth seeing in person’, but can batteries and self-driving trucks really replace diesels?
With its invisible rear doors and dramatic design, Toyota’s compact coupé is all set to divide public opinion
There are design niggles that come from trying to do a tiny bit too much, the way a multitasker never quite finishes anything
The truth is, it’s only fun when you’re driving like a bit of a git
Bigger doesn’t always mean better. But the new Sorento from Kia is both huge and hugely impressive
Let’s talk about the point of those signature air bumps, since they are unignorable
It would be great for a prospector gang, roaming a lawless landscape, unlikely to be chastised for not wearing a seatbelt
In the land of the small SUV, Audi’s premium compact Q2 stands tall. Just be sure not to buy it in a boring colour
Cameras are all very well, but it’s nice to have the option of using your actual eyes
Wellie wearers rejoice! The much-loved classic Volvo estate is back and it’s bigger and cleverer than ever
SsangYong has always served up bumper helpings for budget motorists. Now it’s added some flavour, too
It harks back to that 80s principle that being a bit uncomfortable might do some family members a bit of good