The Scottish Government could “accelerate” legislation for a second independence referendum if circumstances change, Brexit Secretary Mike Russell has said.
Daimler has reported a significant drop in its profits for 2018, despite revenues rising by two per cent to £147bn.
American car manufacturer Ford has confirmed that nearly 400 jobs will be lost at its engine manufacturing plant in Bridgend.
I’ve mentioned it before, but if I was specifying a brand-new car, the first option box I’d tick would be the one for LED headlights. Compared with old-fashioned halogens they’re just so much brighter, clearer and safer – not to mention so ubiquitous on new models, that a modern vehicle without them looks downright odd.
Renault has given its Twingo city car a mid-life facelift, bringing a cleaner look and new technology – but the UK market won’t benefit, as it’s been removed from sale on these shores.
Millions of UK motorists wanting to drive in the EU will need to arrange extra documentation in the event of a no-deal Brexit, insurers have warned.
British expats might have to apply for a new licence and take a new test to drive in their country of residence on the continent if there is a no-deal Brexit.
After what feels like an eternity, Toyota has revealed in full its 2019 Supra – marking the return of a nameplate that’s been out of production since 2002.
Shares in the US electric car manufacturer Tesla have fallen after the company revealed it missed its target for deliveries in the fourth quarter of 2018.
We’re sent a great number of cars to test here, and many of them aim for excitement with powerful engines, shiny styling additions and a list of equipment as long as your arm. That’s all well and good, but even the most extensive spec sheet can’t cover up a car that’s simply a pain to live with.
Jaguar Land Rover is said to be planning cuts of up to 5,000 jobs in 2019 as part of major cost-saving measures.