On this day in auto history - January 16th


It was on this day in 1950 that the Swedish manufacturer Saab began delivering its first cars, five years after its automobile division had been created.

Brexit Means Brits Avoid Speeding Fines


UK motorists travelling to Europe this year could avoid being fined for speeding after a cross-border agreement between Britain and other EU countries came to an end.

On this day in auto history - January 15th


It was on this day in 1918 that the American motoring pioneer John Dodge died suddenly from pneumonia while in New York City during that year’s notoriously deadly flue pandemic. He was 55.

Peugeot Reflects On Turbulent Year Before Merger


Ahead of their merger with Fiat to form Stellantis, Peugeot has revealed its 2020 figures in what was a topsy turvy year.

Renault Promises 14 New Vehicles By 2025


French motor manufacturer Renault has unveiled a bold new strategy focusing on a future of electric vehicle design.

On this day in auto history - January 14th


It was on this day way back in 1896 that the Daimler Motor Co. was founded by the colourful motor industry pioneer Harry John Lawson.

On this day in auto history - January 13th


It was on this day in 1988 that celebrated English car designer Donald Healey passed away at the age of 89.

On this day in auto history - January 12th


It was on this day in 1986 that famous American soul singer Luther Vandross was seriously injured in a car crash that killed a passenger in his car.

These EVs Hold Their Value


New analysis has demonstrated how electric vehicles and PHEVs are holding their value after leaving the forecourt, with German brands performing very well.

Jaguar Land Rover ‘Encouraged’ Despite Sales Drop


The coronavirus pandemic hit car sales across the globe, but even though JLR’s new registrations fell by almost a quarter, the British firm’s bosses are seeing some green shoots of recovery.