Will anything generate more Geneva headlines than Ferrari’s gorgeous 488 GTB?

There are physically bigger shows (Frankfurt and its roller-skate-friendly hall sizes for instance) and there are shows that arguably have more influe(...)

Cee’d GT line has sporty bodykit plus new 1.0-litre petrol tubrbo and uprated 1.6 diesel.

Kia is going to have a busy Geneva motor show. While brother brand (and frequent rival) Hyundai will be unveiling its new Tuscon compact crossover _ t(...)

Road test: Mazda2

After four years of hefty losses, Mazda is back in profit and as if to mark the occasion they’ve got a great looking supermini arriving here this Marc(...)

Alfa Romeo is finalising the development of its first crossover, following a new saloon, as the revival of the brand takes shape. A new mid-sized sal(...)

Porsche 918 Spyder automobile on show at this year’s North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan. Photograph: Jeff Kowalsky/Bloomberg

in Detroit When they turn up the bright lights and loud music at Detroit’s Cobo Center, for the city’s annual motor show, it can seem a world awa(...)

500X makes a better fist of looking like a bigger 500 than does the 500L.

We’ve seen the shape already - the first photos of Fiat’s most important new car in a decade filtered out through the gaps in the internet last week, (...)

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Alfa Romeo is busy rebuilding its reputation once more, another phoenix-like return for a car marque that still retains remarkable loyalty in the m(...)

Luca Cordero di Montezemolo at a press conference in Maranello, Modena, Italy, today. Montezemolo said he was resigning after 23 years at the helm, in a move that had widely been expected after his record was questioned by parent company Fiat-Chrysler. Photograph: EPA

At first glance, the resignation today of Ferrari chief executive Luca De Montezemolo, has a football-style, manager sacking look about it. You have b(...)

Citroen’s Divine DS should lead to a replacement for the current DS4.

With the French car industry undergoing something of a revival following its dark post-2008 years, it’s hardly surprising that the big three Gallic ca(...)

Michael Barrable: There is a lift in the market now and our sales are up about 20 per cent.

Michael Barrable has been in the motor industry all his working life. He cut his teeth in car hire before joining Waldens, then one of Dublin’s landma(...)