The subtlest of facelifts for one of the grandest of cars - the Rolls-Royce Ghost.

Amongst a sea of sore feet and heads over-stuffed with acceleration data and launch dates, day two of the 2014 Geneva Motor Show is in action a(...)

Apple’s CarPlay makes its debut in Ferrari , Mercedes-Benz and Volvo vehicles at the Geneva Motor Show this week

Apple makes its next move in hands-free smartphone technology for car drivers when it unveils a new, integrated iPhone voice-control system at (...)

Suzuki SX4 comes in from the cold
  • Motors
  • January 15, 2014, 06:00

Suzuki is not a prominent marque in Irish motoring minds; it’s probably better known for producing fast sports bikes than family cars. Yet those cars (...)

 Mercedes Benz’s concept vehicle MG AMG Vision Grand Tourism - a striking eyeful at the LA show

Two major motor shows on opposing sides of the Pacific ocean, with their big press reveal days on the same day? Someone in the international motor sho(...)

Japanese students take ‘walking to a new level’

A group of students at Japan’s Nippon Sports Science University have taken walking to a whole new level. Some 11,000 people gathered at the univers(...)

Volkswagen looks set to become the best-selling brand in Ireland once more, with a 12.76 per cent market share

New car sales rose for the fourth month in a row in October, albeit in a month with just 1,696 new cars registered. Registrations were up 2.3 per cent(...)

Newly manufactured Ford Fiesta cars are seen on the deck of a car transport ship  as it travels along the Rhine, from a Ford plant in the German city of Cologne to the Dutch seaport of Vlissingen. Photograph: Wolfgang Rattay/Reuters

A surge in UK auto sales and an extra working day boosted Europe’s new car market in September, providing fresh evidence that demand is slowly bottomi(...)

People observe a moment of silence facing the sea during a rally at 2:46 pm, the time when the magnitude 9.0 earthquake struck off Japan's coast in 2011, in Iwaki, Fukushima prefecture. Photograph: Reuters/Kyodo

Japan is marking the second anniversary of the devastating earthquake and tsunami which left nearly 19,000 people dead or missing and more tha(...)

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