June 4, 2015

  • from Auto123

    GM yesterday posted an image revealing part of the all-new 2016 Chevrolet Cruze, which will officially debut on June 24th.
  • from Autocar

    The UK's new car market continued to grow last month, with demand for low-emission vehicles creating a sales surge The UK’s new car market continued to grow in May, new figures released by the Society of Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) have revealed.As well as marking the 39th consecutive month of growth in the new car market, the figures also show a surge in the demand for ultra-low-emission vehicles (ULEVs), including plug-in hybrids and electric cars.In total, more than 1.1 million vehicles...
  • from Autocar

    The virtues of an all-electric racer; Dan Ammann's flying visit; mourning rally legend Erik Carlsson SUNDAY AM - Can driving be brilliant and terrible at once? It certainly can, and here’s an example. Headed off to Prescott to run an electric Renault Zoe in the annual hillclimb for French marques, La Vie en Bleu. Plan was to compete on my own for a bit of fun, but some club type decided I should drive with Barrie ‘Whizzo’ Williams, one of the country’s most versatile and experienced racing...

June 3, 2015

  • GM released the first teaser image of the redesigned 2016 Chevrolet Cruze compact car and said it will be larger and lighter than the current version. It goes on sale in the U.S. in early 2016.
  • Honda the victor in 'Car Wars'; Hot month for Subaru, cool month for Hyundai-Kia; How one Chrysler nearly outsold Buick; A ride in new Nissan Maxima; Blue Angel inspiration.
  • from Autocar

    BMW 1 Series gets nip-and-tuck treatment for 2015
    Can a final facelift enhance the appeal of the rear-drive 1 Series? There’s a revolution in compact car design going on at BMW at the moment. Whether by bad luck or bad judgement, though, that revolution won’t impact upon the firm’s biggest-selling compact car for another two years, and that is a source of annoyance unlikely to be lost on many in Munich.Having already brought us the 2...
  • from Autocar

    Two years ago, before Les Edgar’s consortium swooped for TVR, Autocar drove what looked likely to be the last-ever car bearing the iconic name So this is it, then. The last TVR. This is the very car with which Nikolai Smolenski wanted to restart the company, and it’s back in Britain finished, V8-powered and on the road. A driveable tale of what might have been.Russian businessman Smolenski, you’ll probably remember, bought TVR from its former owner, Peter Wheeler, in 2004, but despite his best...

June 2, 2015

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