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The prototype pictured in this week's Auto Express might look like just another family hatchback, but we can exclusively reveal that the Astra will send the VXR into the black.
BMW has entered the Indian market for the first time. The German firm is set to open a plant and dealers in 2007 at cost of around £13.5million.
The Forestry Commission is using old chip shop cooking oil to fuel its vehicles. Trials are taking place in northern Scotland, with plans to extend to the entire fleet.
Breathalyser test pioneer Peter Colquhoun has died, aged 77. His 1965 research provided the evidence needed to start a Government drink-drive clampdown.
The Government is backing plans to add more French-style rest zones on the UK's motorway network.
Is this the end for keys? Scientists have devised a new handle that could close off the need for them altogether.
It's the sportiest Accent yet - and Hyundai hopes the newcomer's style will be a hit with supermini buyers when it goes on sale in the spring.
Pumped up, off-road and out of this world - this is what happens when an XC70 gets some real SEMA treatment!
USA: A carjacker in Kansas City tried to escape after stealing a Camaro. But he was foiled when he found the Chevy had a manual box - and he could only drive an auto.
How has the VW emissions scandal, where the company was found to be cheating on NOx tests, affected your opinion of Volkswagen?
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