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The next instalment in our top 10 Most Wanted Cars is a new version of the Mazda RX-7. This is how it could look…
New Mazda 2 looks great, is fun to drive and is a serious competitor to the Ford Fiesta and VW Polo
Production version of Kia GT concept on sale by 2016 with petrol and diesel power, plus GT4 Stinger sports car to follow
Kia's attempt to creep upmarket is built on strong foundations if the new Sorento 7-seat SUV is anything to go by
We drive the updated BMW X3 in entry-level sDrive 18d guise. Is it any good?
Kia is planning a hybrid-only small SUV to steal sales from the Toyota Prius, and we’ve seen the finished model
Weight loss key for new car, set to debut in 2015
Nissan Kicks up a fuss with new baby SUV concept car at Sao Paulo Motor Show
Mazda reveals first sketch of its Nissan Juke competitor and confirms LA show debut next month
Is the strong performance and economy mix of the Porsche Cayenne S E-Hybrid worth its price premium over the Cayenne Diesel?
The Rolls-Royce Ghost is one of the most luxurious and comfortable cars on the road
Better styling and improved economy promised for new Porsche Panamera
Powerful BMW M4 Convertible can’t quite deliver the thrills of the Coupe
Boss of BMW M division says a supercar to rival the Audi R8 and Mercedes-AMG GT is highly desirable, but hugely expensive
The Audi S3 offers excellent quality, a potent 296bhp engine, four-wheel drive and a sharp chassis
We drive the V8-powered BMW X6 xDrive50i - currently the fastest and most expensive X6 you can buy
Order an i8 in the UK now and you won’t receive it until the end of 2015, says BMW
Revamp ensures new BMW X6 is a more captivating all-round package than ever, but will it emulate its predecessor’s success?
New strategy sees future SUVs wear GL badge, sports cars also set for naming revolution
All-aluminium XF spied testing at the Nurburgring racetrack ahead of 2016 debut, set to be larger than before
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