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‘Volvo’s success in the premium league is deeply impressive’

18 Mar, 2018

Volvo CEO Hakan Samuelsson deserves his 2018 World Car Person of the Year title, says Mike Rutherford


‘The opulence on display at Geneva was simply breathtaking’

14 Mar, 2018

The 2018 Geneva Motor Show proves the richest still have an insatiable desire for new, luxury cars, writes Graham Hope


‘Reports of the death of internal combustion are greatly exaggerated’

11 Mar, 2018

The idea that petrol and diesel cars are on the verge of being replaced by electric ones is nonsense, writes Mike Rutherford


‘If councils were more proactive, potholes wouldn’t be so dangerous’

7 Mar, 2018

With potholes costing UK motorists £730 million every year in car repairs, Steve Fowler falls foul of the claims process


‘Brand new cost price cars could be game-changers’

4 Mar, 2018

Mike Rutherford wonders if more car buyers should pursue ‘cost price’ car deals at dealerships

Opinion - Jaguar I-Pace

“The Jaguar I-Pace is the first salvo across the bows of Tesla”

2 Mar, 2018

Deputy editor John McIlroy takes a look at the new Jaguar I-Pace, the British brand's first pure-electric car


‘Porsche ditching diesel is bad news for the car industry’

28 Feb, 2018

Car manufacturers are facing an uphill battle to convince customers that diesel has a future, says Graham Hope

Opinion - Cupra

‘Cupra can only succeed if SEAT delivers it with confidence’

26 Feb, 2018

Deputy editor John McIlroy thinks Cupra will only be successful as a standalone brand if the range is expanded sooner rather than later


‘UK carmakers should be as proud, bold and active as the Americans’

24 Feb, 2018

With optimism in the US automotive sector, Mike Rutherford thinks there’s much the UK can learn from our American cousins

Opinion - Sergio Marchionne

‘Following Sergio Marchionne will be a tough task’

21 Feb, 2018

FCA boss Sergio Marchionne is stepping down next year, and editor Graham Hope thinks his replacement will have plenty of issues to address