Is This The Ultimate Bubble Car?


Mercedes-Benz have revealed a bizarre partnership with French winter-wear designer Moncler, to produce an all-new puffer-jacket style G-Class for London Fashion Week.

Mazda2 Celebrates Two Decades With New Look


The ever-popular Mazda2 is celebrating two decades in the UK with a significantly redesigned new look, which includes updated styling for the outside and a new approach to the interior décor.

Jeep Avenger Is What Women Want


The all-new Jeep Avenger SUV has already put in a heroic performance by winning a major award before it has even hit the roads in the UK.

Dacia’s Celebrates UK Decade


Romania budget brand Dacia is celebrating a unique anniversary in the UK, a decade of awards, increasing market share, and a reputation for providing affordable but practical motoring.

C5 X Is One For The Ladies


The Women's World Car of the Year (WWCOTY) awards have named the new Citroen C5 X as the best large car currently on the market.

British Legend Wins Over German Votes


The iconic Bentley Continental GT has won many admirers over the years, and it continues to win praise, even in the home of German engineering.

Aston Martin Celebrates Iconic Anniversary


Iconic British automobile manufacturer, Aston Martin is planning to use its ground-breaking connection with Formula One to help celebrate the historic company's 110th anniversary. As part of the celebration, a brand-new logo will be introduced.

Italian Brand Celebrates Four-Leaf Clover


This year, Alfa Romeo is honouring the 100th anniversary of the legendary Quadrifoglio insignia first appearing on the company's automobiles.

UK Govt Tackles Unfair Petrol Prices


British motorists could soon receive a boost on the fuel front with moves being made to standardise the prices at the petrol pump.

Why Are Drivers Turning Off Their Heating


According to the findings of a recent survey, one in six drivers (or 16%) turn off the heating in their vehicle in an effort to reduce the amount of fuel they use, but experts from two of the UK’s leading motoring organisations appear conflicted on the effectiveness of the measure.