It was on this day in 2008 that the public got its first glimpse of the eagerly-awaited Vauxhall Insignia when it was unveiled at the British Motor Show in London. Launched as a direct replacement...
The UK Government has introduced a wave of measures to speed up the move to electric vehicles, including forcing housing developers to install charging points in new homes.
Sometimes your wallet won’t stretch to purchasing your dream motor. But don’t worry too much, there are some cars that even the biggest bank balances can’t buy, the dream cars that will forever remain a dream. These are the concept cars that never go into production.
There are thousands of cars to choose from at CarSupermarket.com. The choice is amazing, so to help you decide which motor might be best for you, this helpful guide to every model on the market should help.
The world of motoring is hurtling headlong into a bright new future of all-electric, automated, connected technology - and Marty McFly is not behind the wheel! But what were the cars that were ‘back to the future’ of years gone by?
Great Britain, great cars. The UK motor industry is respected the world over, and though many of the vehicles are actually owned by foreign manufacturers, there can be no doubting of the fantastic heritage of the British motor.
It was on this day in 1982 that the last British-built Ford Cortina - one of the UK's best selling cars ever - rolled off a production line at Dagenham. Originally launched in 1962 with a name...
It was on this day in 1987 that an 89-year-old Enzo Ferrari formally unveiled the last car he would personally approve - the iconic Ferrari F40 - in a high-profile presentation at the company&rsq...
You’ve had a long hard day at work and now have the long hard commute home to negotiate, but the prospect of a journey in your hot and clammy car is not one to look forward to.
It was on this day in 1971 that the Vauxhall Viva was in the headlines when the one millionth model rolled off a production line at the company’s Luton assembly plant. First introduced in 196...