Fiat Go It Alone On EV Grant


Fiat have announced that they are aiming to reinvigorate electric vehicle sales by offering a huge cash incentive for buyers to turn to electric, while at the same time calling on the government to bring back their own grants.

Dacia Reach 250k UK Sales


Dacia has sold a quarter of a million cars in the UK, marking a decade of disruption in the market.

Award-Winning Citroens Get The EV Treatment


Citroën UK has introduced a new ë-Series line-up for its electrified C-segment models, offering more style, technology, and recycled materials. 

BMW Commits To UK National Parks


German car brand BMW have made a significant investment to the UK’s national parks by supporting sustainable tourism and restoration of nature.

New Bentley Is Out Of This World


Bentley’s prestigious coachbuilding skills have revealed a new depth with their limited edition range of Batur Mulliners, with a unique specification process for the 18 limited edition supercars featuring colours, materials and finishes which draw inspiration from the universe.

Aston Martin Celebrate 75 Years With The DB12


One of the most famous British sports car brands, and their iconic marque, have broke new ground with the launch of the DB12, the world’s first Super Tourer.

More Older Drivers Than Ever


New data published this week has found that there are more drivers 70+ than ever before, but worryingly they are most likely to be at fault when involved in an accident.

5 Series Gets Its Own Console


BMW drivers in the future could enjoy the thrills and spills of go-karting, without their vehicle actually moving an inch after the German brand introduced in-car gaming to the new 5 Series.

Has The Tide Turned On Unfair Fuel Prices?


Petrol and diesel prices are finally falling following a damning report into an industry which for years has put profits before fair prices.

Ford and Tesla Partner On Charging


Two of the world’s leading automotive brands have partnered on a deal which has been met with criticism in some quarters.