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The £6.70 charge to cross the Severn Bridge into Wales ends today - here's why I approve of the decision
Scala’s debut proves Skoda is more than one of the VW Group’s 'budget' brands
A potential range of Lotus SUVs could fund more intensive sports car development
Big plans at Lotus seem to follow a similar pattern to the one that Porsche has perfected, which could mean great things for the British marque
With more than 1000 TX taxis already operating in the UK, 2019 looks an even bigger year for the Coventry firm
The diesel scandal did tremendous harm to Volkswagen's reputation in America, a market that it tried to conquer with the promise of a 'clean diesel.'
Thousands of diesel-powered Volkswagens were bought back by the company after Dieselgate. Where will they all end up?
As Volkswagen's first mass-produced car finally approaches the end of the line, the company is reviving its second
So many new cars, such small margins...
New cars are being revealed in droves at the Los Angeles motor show, but concern is growing for the survival of the US market
Describing itself as a “miniature OEM", Envisage is capitalising on the start-up culture of the Sunshine State
Even the Corvetee couldn't lure many people into Chevrolet's LA stand
Chevrolet, Cadillac, GMC and Buick show displays were empty for most of the first show day, which seems to reflect General Motor's financial woes
Kia will sell the recently-revealed Soul as a pure EV in the UK in the hope of recreating its youth-oriented image in the US