There's an arms war afoot amongst makers of big cars. Not for horsepower or top speed but, instead for spa equipment. read full story >>
The Golf GTI turns 40 years old next year. No mean feat for a car originally conceived after-hours by a small team of VW engineers who thought...
Quiet in the back, Mr Traditionalist: Bentley’s first 4x4 tackles off-road challenges with all the refinement you would expect
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Volkswagen says that a plastic device costing less than a pound is required to fix hundreds of thousands of British cars caught up in the emissions scandal. read full story >>
You have to hand it to the Americans when it comes to the naming of sports cars
California’s new ‘hydrogen highway’ could jump-start the adoption of fuel-cell cars in America
In an exclusive interview with driving.co.uk, Jenson Button has scotched rumours that he is preparing to swap the pit lane for the green room as a Top Gear co-host.
Chris Evans, the new face of Top Gear, got fans of the BBC television programme revved up after announcing that the first episode of the new format car show will be aired on Sunday, May 8.
Is this the most boring piece of music yet composed?
The decision to scrap the tax disc is costing the government £45m a year in lost revenue
By Emma Smith
Q. I am about to sell my car privately. The MoT expires in a month and the vehicle tax at the end of April read full story >>
The sunroof on my 59-reg Mini Cooper sometimes fails to open during hot weather
This week: roundabouts, Northolt and Vauxhall Zafiras
According to the Department for Transport (DfT), the number of untaxed cars on UK roads has more than doubled since the tax disc was abolished last year.
The air-conditioning system in my Mercedes S 600 stopped delivering cool air to the cabin, and now I cannot turn it back on.
The original logbook of my 3.4-litre Jaguar Mk 2 shows three previous owners
This week: Volkswagen, speed restrictions, windscreen wipers and Great drives