Opel has confirmed  a re-badged version of the recently-launched Chevrolet Bolt electric car will go on sale across Europe next year.

Opel has confirmed that it will be introducing a re-badged version of the recently launched Chevrolet Bolt electric car, and it will go on sale across(...)

Detroit my be broken and broke (the city filed for bankruptcy in 2013 and is still being bailed out by the state of Michigan) but it’s still Motown, M(...)

The new Astra Sport at the Frankfurt Auto Show. Photograph: Hannelore Foerster/Getty Images

The Frankfurt motor show started with a stumble. At the opening press conference of the biennial car industry extravaganza, BMW chief executive Harald(...)

Established car firms welcome talk of Apple and Google entering the car market. The firms are already working with car makers on in-car infotainment systems

Car executives are taking seriously the prospect that Apple and Google will emerge as competitors even as they consider partnering with the two. “If (...)

Battery version of the Karl should be on sale by 2018

Before the first petrol-engined versions have even been released to the public, Opel is prepping an electric version of the new Karl city car, which s(...)

The Opel Karl: interior follows the stylistic lead of the just-updated Corsa

Opel has released the first photos and details of the new Karl, its second model named eponymously for one of the company’s founders (although with al(...)

GM is eyeing a small SUV and a compact car at similar price points to Dacia as part of the move towards the entry-level segment. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

General Motors plans to enter Europe’s entry-level car market with a line of low-cost models as it seeks to claw back market share lost to budget riv(...)

Picture taken with slow shutter speed shows visitors strolling over the stand of German car manufacturer Mercedes Benz during a media preview day at the Frankfurt Motor Show.

As the Irish motor trade seeks another incentive scheme to boost flagging new car sales, there is better news emanating from Europe’s biggest motor sh(...)

At the last Frankfurt motor show in 2011, the big story was not the cars, but the euro zone crisis and specifically how the continent’s car companies (...)

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