New Q7 will spin-off into Q8. Both will face increasing competition as luxury SUVs boom

Audi boss Rupert Stadler has confirmed what we’ve long suspected – that the company is working on a super-SUV, badged Q8, to sit at the very top of(...)

Mercedes boss Dieter Zetsche said the Maybach brand would show up other than just on the S-Class

Having just launched the ultra-luxurious version of the S-Class saloon bearing the Maybach name, Mercedes is planning to take its once-moribund sup(...)

Jaguar is set to launch a new SUV, called the F-Pace, and based on the C-X17 concept (above)

Jaguar is set to confirm the launch of its first ever ‘performance crossover’ car - an aluminium-bodied sport utility vehicle designed to move the pre(...)

The Aston Martin Vanquish: Gorgeous to look at and to listen to, but hamstrung by a nuggety ride quality 3:03

Today we come to the subject of proportional value. It’s a bit like our recent feature on buying a nice car instead of a nice house – just as a €2 (...)

BMW Group rose 1.1 per cent after saying deliveries of BMW, Mini and Rolls-Royce cars rose 7.6 per cent in November to 188,342

European equity indexes staged a modest rebound on Wednesday, led by German stocks after a strong update from BMW, although worries about Greece cappe(...)

BMW chief executive Norbert Reithofer will become chairman of the carmaker’s supervisory board. Photograph: Tobias Hase/EPA

German carmaker BMW and larger rival Volkswagen announced surprise changes to top management on Tuesday, with the veteran CEO of the Munich-based luxu(...)

The Irish housing market is at last in some kind of recovery mode which is a moment for huzzahs if you’re selling and a moment for huzznots if you’(...)

Chief financial officer Friedrich Eichiner yesterday said BMW now expected a “solid” increase in sales in 2014, backtracking from an earlier forecast of a “significant” increase. Photograph/EPA

BMW AG has pulled back its expectations for car sales this year, despite reporting a forecast-beating operating profit in the third quarter, when stro(...)

A statue of Henry Royce stands outside the Rolls-Royce plant in Derby. The engineering group revealed plans to cut 2,600 jobs in its aerospace division, with the threat of more cuts to come.
Photograph: Reuters

It was a day of contrasting fortunes for British workers yesterday. First there was good news in the form of a landmark ruling that overtime should be(...)

In Dublin, Aer Lingus shares rose 3.4 per cent, marking  a reversal of recent sentiment towards airline stocks in the wake of the Ebola scare. Photograph: Alan Betson

European stocks rose yesterday, ending the longest rout in 11 years, while Italian and Greek bonds gained on prospects for more stimulus. Ten-year It(...)