Legendary car designer Giorgetto Giugiaro has left the company he founded  “to dedicate more time to his personal interests”

We’ve seen recent ructions at the top of the Volkswagen chain of command, ones big enough to see the corporate demise of the once-untouchable Ferdi(...)

Hyundai had a strong June, keeping ix35 sales on the boil.

For the first time in 2015, car sales dropped in June compared to the same month last year. The fall was relatively slight, from 1,684 cars in June 20(...)

At the launch of Alfa Romeo’s make-or-break new premium saloon, the brand’s chief executive Harald Wester didn’t pull any punches. Not only did(...)

Tenor Andrea Bocelli performing at the launch of the new Alfa Romeo Giulia in Milan. Photograph: LaPresse

  Alfa Romeo unveiled its new premium family saloon in Milan last night, a car that will spearhead a make-or-break turnaround strategy for(...)

Alfa Romeo’s new Giulia Quadrifoglio - the 510bhp V6 range topping version for the brand’s new premium saloon

Alfa Romeo unveiled its new premium family saloon on Wednesday evening, a car that will spearhead a make-or-break turnaround strategy for the Italian (...)

 A man taking photos beside the Volkswagen logo at the 16th Shanghai International Automobile Industry Exhibition in Shanghai, China, in April. A  vast shopping spree  in past years built up the now titanic Volkswagen Group. Photograph: How Hwee Young/EPA

“The merger is wonderful news. It will be the saving . . . of the industry. One has the know-how on the heavy vehicle side and one on the car side.(...)

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) will launch the first of a new range of Alfa Romeo cars on Wednesday, the lynchpin of its turnaround plan and potentially an opportunity to attract a cash-rich merger partner.

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) will launch the first of a new range of Alfa Romeo cars on Wednesday, the lynchpin of its turnaround plan and potentia(...)

Audi A3

Best in class Audi A3 Yes, it’s true that you can have all of the A3’s mechanical components and most, if not actually all, of its driving(...)

Sergio Marchionne, chief executive of Fiat and Chrysler,  has successfully glued together two carmakers. The question is: can he pull off the trick again? Photograph: Fabrizio Costantini/The New York Times

It was called Confessions of a Capital Junkie. An industry insider said it was more like Car Industry 101. Sergio Marchionne, chief executive o(...)

Tell me, do you Strictly? I have to admit to a particular addiction to the BBC Saturday night dancing extravaganza. Perhaps it’s the fact that it eats(...)