Exclusive images in this week's mag show Ford's new 'junior' Galaxy, and bosses hope it will revitalise the large people carrier. The mag's spies snapped the disguised car undergoing early tests, giving us the best pictures yet.
A staggering one-in-three high-value cars is stolen using fake bankers' drafts. The number of owners caught out by the scam - which we highlighted in issue 842 - has doubled in the past nine months, according to vehicle tracking experts.
Eight new models in five years - that's the bold plan Suzuki has to rejuvenate its line-up in the UK. With a convertible and two crossover SUVs on the way, the Japanese firm looks set to produce well built, keenly priced cars for all tastes.
The brakes have been put on speed cameras. Between 2002 and 2003, the total number of fixed and mobile sites in England and Wales increased by a third. However, this year the amount has gone up by only one per cent.
Jaguar is writing the final entries in its big cat diaries - and our spy photographers have caught it all on film. This week's mag has exclusive pictures that show work on the high-performance XKR version of the next-generation XK8 is well underway. They were taken while the car was doing high-speed testing at Germany's Nürburgring.
Is this the 'bubble car' for the 21st century? The single-seat, Czech-made Minimobil boasts hybrid technology, using a battery at low speeds for zero-emissions town driving and a petrol unit for faster progress.