Peter Schreyer

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Kia’s umbilical connection with Audi continues at the Geneva motor show. Just as the Korean car maker once poached Audi’s head of design (Peter Schrey(...)

This year’s seven finalists comprise the Alfa Romeo Stelvio, Audi A8, BMW 5-Series, Citroen C3 Aircross, Kia Stinger, Seat Ibiza and Volvo XC40

Deep in the forests northeast of Paris, 50km from the bustling Champs-Élysées, lies a relatively secret playground for petrolheads. Scrap that, I mean(...)

Given the strength of the Hyundai brand in Ireland at present, it’s a pretty safe bet to assume this car will feature in the top five best-sellers in 2018

Hyundai’s on a roll at present. Having firmly established itself as a top tier player in the Irish market, the Korean brand is rapidly expanding its r(...)

Kia Stinger: the company hopes its new model will lure some buyers away from the Audi A5

Kia’s ambition to be the youthful, sporty brand from Korea gets a shot in the arm with the arrival of its Stinger four-door coupé. Think an Alfa Romeo(...)

Hyundai’s new ‘baby’ SUV crossover, the Kona

Naming a car can be a marketing minefield. The tale of the Ford Pinto - which in Brazilian is a term for male genitalia - has entered popular folklore(...)

The new Kia Niro: On sale from October 24th, Niro comes packed with creature comforts and is aimed at the premium mid-size crossover buyer.

Kia is doubling up on its efforts to lure Irish motorists. Monday saw the launch of two new models onto the Irish market: the handsome Optima estate (...)

The new Hyundai i3: all models come with a six-speed manual gearbox as standard, while a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic is available on certain versions.

“We have listened closely to customer needs in redefining our offer to create a car for everyone. It’s the new people’s car: accessible, appealing in (...)

The latest car sales figures gave us a glimpse of a new era in Irish motoring. Not only did we have a new name at the top of the sales league, but th(...)

Walter de Silva: Italian car designer recently retired from the Volkswagen group

As if proving there is no such thing as an overnight success, Walter Maria de Silva first joined the ranks of professional automotive designers when (...)

Legendary car designer Giorgetto Giugiaro has left the company he founded  “to dedicate more time to his personal interests”

We’ve seen recent ructions at the top of the Volkswagen chain of command, ones big enough to see the corporate demise of the once-untouchable Ferdi(...)

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