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JLR nudges half a million sales – so what’s next?

Doubled annual revenue and £11 billion worth of investment mark successful times at JLR, but with Jaguar accounting for just 18% of sales, is growth sustainable? I don’t normally cut and paste from press releases, but this line from the JLR PR office is hard to beat for its brevity.Read More

Toyota’s Next Crossover Is The Scion C-HR Concept

Toyota’s brand-within-a-brand is growing once more, and it’s doing so by adding more small cars. A new small crossover SUV, based on the C-HR concept on display at this year’s Los Angeles auto show, is headed for production as the fourth member of the Scion lineup. When it launched inRead More

Tokyo motor show – Next Nissan Leaf previewed by autonomous concept

Teaser points to autonomous concept that will showcase the styling of future electric models Nissan has teased its main concept for next week’s Tokyo show – a car that’s rumoured to preview the next generation of the electric Nissan Leaf. The Japanese manufacturer has issued a single, poorly-lit image, showingRead More

Want Android Auto In Your Next Chevrolet? Get It Via Software Update On 2016 Models

Android Auto first began making headlines in early 2014. Since then, fans of Google’s mobile operating system have been patiently waiting for the software to roll out to cars. The bad news is, the wait isn’t over for most folks. Chevrolet will be one of the first mass-market auto brandsRead More

VW emissions scandal: what next for Volkswagen?

The future of Volkswagen, diesels and emissions testing have all been discussed at length – these are the key questions that need to be answered It’s clear there needs to be big change in the coming weeks and months in light of the Volkswagen emissions scandal that has dominated headlinesRead More

As Volkswagen Halts U.S. Sales Of Diesels, Is Europe Next? UPDATED

If you want one of Volkswagen’s fuel-efficient four-cylinder TDI diesel models, like a Golf, Jetta, Passat, or Beetle, you’ll have to wait. Last week, the EPA and the State of California notified VW that it has violated Clean Air Act standards by using a software workaround to determine when anRead More

As Volkswagen Halts U.S. Sales Of Diesels, Is Europe Next?

If you want one of Volkswagen’s fuel-efficient four-cylinder TDI diesel models, like a Golf, Jetta, Passat, or Beetle, you’ll have to wait. Last week, the EPA and the State of California notified VW that it has violated Clean Air Act standards by using a software workaround to determine when anRead More

Next Mercedes-Benz E-Class to get luxury Maybach version

Mercedes-Benz will expand its resurrected Maybach sub-brand with a super-luxury version of the upcoming E-Class Mercedes-Benz is set to expand its newly formed Maybach sub-brand line-up to include a plush new extended-wheelbase version of the upcoming fifth-generation E-Class. The new range-topping E-Class, caught here testing in prototype form ahead ofRead More

Nissan confirms next Juke will be built in the UK

News 3 Sep, 2015 Nissan's next Juke will remain British built, securing 34,000 jobs and ensuring £100million of Sunderland investment Latest

Why you should enter the Autocar-Courland Next Generation Award

Aged between 17-25 with an idea to improve the UK automotive business? Enter now to win £9000 and six months of work experience Are you a young person aged 17-25, hankering after a challenging career in the car business? Would you like to receive the very best help Autocar canRead More

Cropley on cars – The next modern Bentley, Bloodhound’s pocket rockets

Bentley Bentayga is the perfect pick for 2015; Jaguar’s Callum is settling in for reflection; Bloodhound’s passion for speed is spreading to schools MONDAY – Early business at Bentley in Crewe, so I left Gloucestershire at 6am to avoid the traffic, stopping at Keele services north of Birmingham for a coffee.Read More

Jeep Cherokee Hacked, Carjacked In Real-World Test: Are You Next?

It’s finally happened: a vehicle has been remotely hijacked by hackers. We’ve seen attempts at vehicle hacking before — none of which were especially awe-inspiring or frightening — but this? Well, as Wired reports, this is a little different. CHECK OUT: The 2015 Ford F-150 & The $ 10,000 Discount:Read More