It's the Paris Motor Show's 120th anniversary. The industry's facing radical change, and Mazda, Nissan, Volvo and even France's PSA Group did not attend. More and more hybrid and all-electric models are on show for fewer and fewer attendees.
Opel's five-door Insignia Grand Sport sedan is a real head-turner. Now it comes with another gasoline engine option - a 1.6-liter turbo with an output of 147 kW. Thanks to a particulate filter, it meets Euro 6d-Temp emissions standards.
In 2019, the BMW X5 will be celebrating 20 years on the road, and the German carmaker has released a new version of the model. The original Sports Activity Vehicle was once very popular in the segment, but has lost market share in the last few years.
The Nissan Qashqai has received an update, and the changes are more than skin-deep.
Jaguar has created a new audio system that helps blind pedestrians avoid near-silent electric cars.
Alternating every two years with the Frankfurt International Motor Show for Commercial Vehicles, this major trade fair sets the tone for the segment. This year, it was all about digitalization, electromobility and urban logistics.
Jaguar Land Rover has conducted the first autonomous lap of one of the UK's most challenging roads.
UK Autodrive has completed its three-year project on autonomous vehicle technology. The aim of the project is to help reduce accidents, congestion and pollution.
The 2019 iteration of this estate car looks sportier and sleeker than its predecessor, while the cabin is minimalist but classy. And lots of high-tech assistants help keep driver and passengers safe and relaxed, even on longer trips.
It took 42 years, but Volkswagen finally has a GTI for younger people in its line-up again. We look at how the new version of the Up! compares to the 1970s Golf GTI.
This week we take a look at one of the car industry's forgotten trendsetters. A compact sedan designed by Carl Borgward in the late 1950s played a key role in shaping attitudes towards mid-sized models.
The CX-3 is one of the Japanese manufacturer's most successful models. Now Mazda has updated its compact SUV in an attempt to retain its slice of a competitive market. We took the crossover through its paces.