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'Genesis needs the 'Made in Britain' tag to challenge luxury elite'

5 Feb, 2016

In order to truly rival Jaguar, Bentley and Rolls-Royce, Hyundai will need that desirable 'Made in Britain' tag, says Mike Rutherford

Opinion

"You just can't get the staff these days - or so say car industry bosses"

3 Feb, 2016

Bosses say the British car industry needs more apprentices, despite a career in the business being rewarding and fun, says Steve Fowler

Opinion

'JLR's growth is an unprecedented breakthrough for UK PLC'

29 Jan, 2016

Global car production and sales have skyrocketed, with Jaguar Land Rover doing particularly well for Britain, says Mike Rutherford

Opinion - Hyundai Ioniq
Opinion

'Hyundai is great at selling cars, but has to appeal to the heart too'

27 Jan, 2016

As Hyundai’s sales soar, Graham Hope finds out that they aim to be the world’s largest manufacturer, and the most beloved

Opinion

'Every dog has its day and the Detroit Motor Show's has long gone'

22 Jan, 2016

American brands like Cadillac and Chevrolet, and even the city's motor show are now irrelevant to UK car buyers, says Mike Rutherford

Opinion Transport select MPs
Opinion

'We push MPs for change on MPG and emissions tests'

20 Jan, 2016

Auto Express invited to talk car emissions with Transport Select Comittee

Opinion

"I played spot the police car over Christmas, and didn't see one"

15 Jan, 2016

It's safe to conclude that only a few hundred traffic patrol cars are 'policing' Britain's 40 million vehicles, says Mike Rutherford

Opinion

"It's been a great year for the car industry, so we're told"

14 Jan, 2016

There may have been 2.6 million registrations in 2015, but that doesn't mean 2.6 million new cars on the road, says Steve Fowler

Opinion

"Motorists deserve respect in 2016, but they won't get it"

8 Jan, 2016

2015 ended on a high note, but 2016 won't be easy for motorists, says Mike Rutherford

Opinion

"2016 is crunch time for Italian car brands"

6 Jan, 2016

Some of Fiat Chrysler's bold targets come to fruition this year, but will they work? Graham Hope looks ahead