The new car will be an electric version of the existing Rapide sedan
Supermarkets have dropped the diesel price by up to 2p per litre
Track issues have not managed to put a dent in the sales of it's supercars
Petrolheads at this year's Goodwood Festival of Speed won't be disappointed with the centrepiece sculpture
Despite the improvements, more than half of 2,000 motorists polled feel the state of Britain's roads are declining
With drivers no longer able to rely on the paper counterpart to hire a care it is important to access the new database in good time
Censors meet every six months to decide on potentially offensive licence plates
Experts say that communication between the cars could virtually eliminate the 'bad driving' human element
Japanese air bag supplier has recalled some 34 million vehicles
Top 10 list of colour schemes favoured by drivers looking to buy a secondhand car show tastes are going retro
An expert has urged the Government to raise awareness of the change
More cars were registered in March than any other month for the last 16 years
Max Charles, 20, would not be alive today if not for the tracker installed in his car
Bloodhound SSC will attempt to set a new standard in South Africa's Kalahari desert
Janine Mars is not giving up - and it seems she's in good company
British project will be powered by jets and rockets as it speeds through the desert faster than a bullet
Parliamentary report says 'smart' vehicles and highways could save lives but research is not being exploited
Barry Beavis is in court with the aim of striking a blow “for every motorist, in every car park”
The world's first commercially available hydrogen-powered car is no longer an engineering pipedream
While the power is there, the Juke Nismo RS never feels quick enough
This latest model comes with pretty much every safety feature you can imagine ... but you can override all of them
Viva, which is made in South Korea, is a totally better beast to its predecessors
This car uses green technology, not just to reduce emissions, but to go faster
The combination of road and car sets the driver of a Focus ST (Sean O'Grady, in this instance) to bounce up and down as if they were a toddler on Nan's knee
The X-Perience's stereo stuck in Sean O'Grady's memory
The M235i has power you can use without killing yourself, says Jamie Merrill
It feels as though Ford has evolved, rather than making a radical jump
In design terms, this car is the ultimate two-fingered insult to city-car drivers and the electric car owner
This special-edition 208 marks the 30th birthday of the original Peugeot 205 GTI
John Simister wallows in the GT Speed's vat of syrupy pulling power
The Grand Slam is the hot version of Vauxhall's popular city car, the Adam
Diesels deliver low CO2 emissions but they are also prone to produce more noxious fumes and carcinogenic particles than their petrol-powered cousins
Land Rover is pitching the Discovery Sport at what it describes as the "leisure" part of the off-road market
It's a superb hunk of engineering but Skodas have become a touch boring
The Octavia Scout is a member of a growing tribe of soft-road estates for country-loving folk
Jamie Merrill found the "gentleman's cruiser" to be a little too refined
No matter how keenly the Celerio is priced, Jamie Merrill can't get over his first impressions: that Suzuki has missed a thing or two
Once we invaded at the drop of a hat, now Hague poses for pictures with film stars as Iraq goes up in flames
As a cyclist and father of two young children I am all in favour of putting people above cars
Owners of the much-derided vehicle have held the biggest car rally in French history. John Lichfield went along for the ride
It's like a much revised version of a 1957 Lotus Seven
The Locomotive Act 1865 stipulated that any self-propelled road vehicle had to be preceded by a person walking at least 60 yards ahead, carrying a red flag
The Wanderer was the first touring mobile home, writes Rhodri Marsden, who looks at the enduring appeal of caravanning
The new C300 is actually a frugal diesel saloon, though it certainly has the luxury feel that millionaires hanker for
With the TV show's future in doubt, this is a place for fans to get their fix
Google's driverless cars have been involved in 11 accidents, but it claims that other motorists were always to blame. Come off it, says Sean O'Grady, and let's swap details.
Tasty touches of technology make this sports coupé feel quite special
Robin Fisher needs to replace his old VW Polo and is thinking an electric or hybrid (he is wondering about a BMW i3), but would consider a petrol.
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Britain to take more refugees as Cameron bows to pressure after more than 250,000 back our campaign
Senior British politicians tell David Cameron: When dead children are being washed up on beaches – it's time to act
Jeremy Corbyn calls Osama bin Laden's killing a 'tragedy' - but was it taken out of context?
If these extraordinarily powerful images of a dead Syrian child washed up on a beach don't change Europe's attitude to refugees, what will?
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- 2 'Heartbreaking' Syria orphan photo wasn't taken in Syria and not of orphan
- 3 Bob Geldof offers to take four refugee families into his home 'immediately' as he condemns humanitarian crisis as a ‘f**king disgrace'
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