Predictions for May: The new Amazon Prime motoring series begins, and the first episode consists entirely of Jeremy Clarkson speaking directly to the camera and “just saying what’s on his mind.” Three international incidents, a dozen lawsuits and one minor war result, along with a vendetta against Clarkson from Russian president Vladimir Putin.

Neil Briscoe dusted off his crystal ball to foresee the year ahead - but his predictions are about as likely to arrive as flying cars January Volksw(...)

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Image of the week: Absolutely pants Do these pants say profits? US retailer Abercrombie & Fitch is still making money, but not as much as i(...)

BMW 1 series has new three-cylinder petrol and diesel engines

BMW has at last banished the cross-eyed styling of the 1 Series for a much cleaner and sharper look, inspired by the closely related 2 Series Coupe(...)

The Aston Martin-based JET2 was Bertone’s last show car

Legendary Italian styling house Bertone is reportedly at corporate death’s door this week. The company, which hasn’t shown a car since it displ(...)

Jaguar XK: undermined by F-Type convertible and coupe

Jaguar has confirmed that it will wind down production of its big XK 2+2 coupe this summer. The XK, which has been in production since 2006, ha(...)

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(...)

Stephan Winkelmann, chief executive officer of  Lamborghini,  introduces the company’s new Huracan.

The word on the street (and by street I mean the passageways between the show stands at Geneva’s Palexpo hall) is that the European car industr(...)

Hazumi? No, it’s the new Mazda 2 in all but details.

Ford has used its eve-of-Geneva-show preview event to push again its new Vignale luxury brand. Based around a version of the long-awaited next-(...)

Audi  chairman Rupert Stadler used his keynote speech at January’s Consumer Electronics Forum, the technology industry’s annual symposium, to herald a new era of “connected cars” that would see them become “the largest social mobile devices we own”. Photograph: Reuters/Michaela Rehle

First the mobile phone, now the car. Having revolutionised personal communication, Apple now wants to change the way we drive. The(...)

BMW has shown off the first photos this week of its new 4 Series Gran Coupe, a car that will make its public debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month(...)

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