The new Punto is taking shape. Exclusive spy shots in this week's mag reveal the five-door version of Fiat's latest supermini, wearing the lightest of disguises during final testing. They follow our exclusive pictures of the production-ready three-door Punto published in issue 836. Both cars will make their official debuts at September's Frankfurt Motor Show.
The latest Euro NCAP crash test results are out - and it's good news for Citroen. The C1 supermini achieved four out of five stars for adult occupant safety, and three for child protection. These results also apply to the Toyota Aygo and Peugeot 107, as they're essentially the same car.
Lamborghini has unveiled the all-new Murciélago SV, featuring the most powerful road engine the Italian firm has ever built. The heavily modified V12's capacity has grown from 6.2 to 6.5 litres, and with it power has leapt from 570bhp to 650bhp.
The world's best-selling car is about to be reborn! Toyota's all-new Corolla is out on test ready for a 2006 launch, and this week's mag's pictures reveal how the design is an evolution of the current machine.
This is the world's first shot of Mitsubishi's next-generation L200, currently Britain's top-selling pick-up. With a curvy new look, the double-cab truck is aimed at buyers of estate cars and SUVs, as well as commercial users.