Forget talk of an SUV fashion fad or even a crossover bubble. This format is here to stay. Chatting recently to a US car executive about the potenti(...)

BMW VISION NEXT 100 concept

BMW chose to mark its centenary with a new concept car, reflecting the great changes ahead for the motor industry. The lack of any concrete detail on (...)

A Tesla Model X SUV sits on display on the first day of the Geneva motor show in Switzerland. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

If the motoring industry gurus gathered at Geneva were to come together and create one car they reckon epitomises the industry’s vision of the future,(...)

The New Hyundai Ioniq electric is on display during the press day at the 86th Geneva International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland. Photograph: Martial Trezzini/EPA

Hyundai is taking an innovative approach to overcoming the hurdle of range anxiety among potential electric car buyers. As it plans to launch its fi(...)

Next time you mess up in work, take succour in the tale of the Mercedes GLK. In the midst of a multi-billion euro product offensive, the premium bran(...)

Karl-Thomas Neumann, CEO of Opel Group, poses with the Car of the Year award next to the Opel Astra during the presentation ahead of the 86th International Motor Show at Palexpo in Geneva, Switzerland. Photograph: Denis Balibouse/Reuters

Opel’s Astra is the Car of the Year in Europe for 2016. Announced at an awards event at the Geneva motor show, the new family hatchback pipped the lat(...)

Opel’s Astra is the Car of the Year in Europe for 2016. Announced at an awards event at the Geneva motor show, the new family hatchback pipped the lat(...)

The advent of cheap oil undermines efforts to convert motorists away from fossil fuels. Just as the motor industry rolls out a fleet of new hybrids an(...)

Audi: top choice for Irish drivers

Irish motorists do not support moves to link motoring fines with a person’s income. The survey of 6,255 motorists in Ireland by insurance firm 123.ie(...)

Volkswagen’s market share has slipped from 12.3 per cent last year to 7.8 per cent for the start of this year in Ireland.  Photograph: Reuters

Volkswagen, the best-selling new car brand in Ireland in 2015, has fallen back to fifth place, according to initial sales figures for the first 10 da(...)