The group has 10 dealerships across Ireland and is due to open a  Jaguar and Land Rover outlet in Airside Retail Park in north Co Dublin

One of Ireland’s largest car retailers, Joe Duffy Motor Group, more than a doubled its profits last year as car sales recovered from the recess(...)

The  Range Rover Evoque convertible SUV is displayed during the Los Angeles Auto Show. Photograph: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg

The show may not have been the busiest in terms of new metal heading for Irish roads, but there is a scramble among carmakers for US market share a(...)

A man steps into the driver’s seat of the all-electric BMW i3 at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show in California last week. Photograph: Frederic J Brown/AFP/Getty Images

We had assumed, when patent application photos of BMW’s dramatic new concept car leaked from Chinese corners of the internet, that we were looking (...)

The struggling Spanish Seat nameplate,  owned by VW, fell 11 per cent, but premium badge Audi rose 4.1 per cent. Photograph:   Scott Olson/Getty Images

Slowing sales at Europe’s biggest carmakers, including scandal-hit Volkswagen, took the pace off growth in the market last month, as registrations inc(...)

German authorities have found signs of elevated pollutants in diesels from several carmakers

Volkswagen has set an end-November deadline for its whistleblower programme meant to encourage staff to reveal to hired investigators what they know a(...)

Irish motorists can choose from two diesel and two petrol-powered models of the new Jaguar XF

Jaguar Land Rover Ireland has laid down the gauntlet to its closest competitors with the announcement of pricing for its all-new Jaguar XF. The Jag(...)

Volkswagen was the most popular car brand in Ireland last month, with 473 new cars licensed, despite the emissions scandal.

The number of new cars on Irish roads rose 31.6 per cent over the first ten months compared to the same period last year. According to figures from t(...)

Dundalk’s Richie Towell celebrates with the FAI Cup. Photo: Ryan Byrne/Inpho
The Morning Sports Briefing
  • Sport
  • November 9, 2015, 08:20

Soccer John O’Shea may still play for Ireland in Monday’s Euro 2016 play-off second leg with Bosnia and Herzegovina, despite Sunderland Sam All(...)

A security guard stands near the gate of the Jaguar Land Rover assembly plant in Pune, India. Photograph: Rafiq Maqbool/AP Photo.

Jaguar Land Rover has launched an ambitious drive to cut £4.5 billion in costs by the end of the decade, underlining the steep challenge the British c(...)

The recently launched Genesis saloon: Genesis will be spun off into a separate premium brand by 2020

Hyundai has announced that it will spin its Genesis-badged luxury saloon off into a separate premium-badge brand by 2020, and will begin with a line-u(...)