The mystery Mitsubishi we featured in issue 843 of Auto Express magazine has been identified - it's the next-generation Outlander, due in 2007. The launch will coincide with the demise of the smaller Shogun Pinin, and means the Nissan X-Trail-sized newcomer will be the entry-level 4x4 in the Japanese firm's line-up.
Has Audi developed a folding hard-top for its A4 Cabriolet? The pictures seem to prove it has... But this car is the work of Valmet Automotive, and shows how the Finnish company - which builds the Boxster for Porsche - thinks a coupé-cabriolet version of the rag-top A4 should look.
New car sales have plunged to their lowest level since 2000, with February's total down a massive 15.7 per cent on the same month last year. Just over 77,000 vehicles were sold in the UK; in February 2004, 91,460 models found new homes.
No matter how much power Mercedes' new diesel roadsters produce, they will still be left standing by this high-performance flagship. As if the standard McLaren SLR wasn't quick enough, German tuning expert Brabus has created its own unique version - and it pulled the covers off at Geneva.
The most powerful production Nissan Micra is on its way. Bosses have confirmed a 110bhp, 1.6-litre variant will go on sale in the summer. It's the first time the supermini has ever been fitted with a petrol engine that large. Nissan has also confirmed the unit will eventually appear in the Micra C+C convertible, due for launch at the end of this year.