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Swing Lo, sweet chariot - here's Lotus' new Europa S! The Norfolk sports car company has finally decided on a name for its low-fronted GT - and these are the first official pictures.
Buoyed by the positive response to its 300C saloon, Chrysler looks poised to tempt European buyers with another huge slice of American pie.
The days of finding scratches on your car could be over. Nissan has developed a new elastic resin that helps scrapes 'heal' themselves.
Dramatic crash tests have shown that motorway overhead message and speed signs are too heavy to be safe for the next generation of lightweight gantries.
Here's an exclusive car for the rich and famous - but those without a chauffeur. The uprated Maybach 57 S is designed to appeal to owners who drive themselves, and boasts a huge 612bhp - 62bhp more than standard.
Can Rolls-Royce convert even the wealthiest aristocrats to the joy of wind-in-the-hair motoring?
The new three-door Corsa will certainly turn heads - but the most dramatic version will be the flagship VXR. And, as with all performance Vauxhalls, there will be more to it than big wings and alloys.
It's the supermini that's claiming it will be so big, we will have to call it a supermaxi!
In response to a previous news story on poor driving instructor standards, Approved Driving Instructor Martin Caswell has penned the following.
A quarter of all UK men would rather go for a drive with Jeremy Clarkson than Angelina Jolie (17 per cent), according to new research carried commissioned by BP Ultimate.
Which car are you most looking forward to seeing at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show?
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