As an emerging brand on the world stage, SsangYong is acutely conscious of its status compared with the more established players. Yet there seems little reason for the brand to have an inferiority complex
Sean O'Grady had to pull onto the hard shoulder when the electric parking brake decided to turn itself on
Jamie Merrill is on the hunt for a valid reason for this car to exist
The saloon is the first of three vehicles that will use the Tipo name, alongside a hatch and an estate
James Harding, the incoming Director of News at the BBC, has admitted his discomfort at the lack of women broadcasters on the BBC's bulletins and has promised to address the issue as a priority.
Two new variants have been added to the range
This alternative to mainstream small cars will stand out from the crowd
Sebastian Vettel has again confirmed he would one day love to drive for Ferrari, but admits life at Red Bull could continue to be too good to leave.
1. Pine tree print
Out on the road, the new 300C is smooth, quick and quiet
A spectacular last-kilometre crash in the Giro d'Italia yesterday left Mark Cavendish to finish the stage battered and bleeding. Race leader Taylor Phinney crossed the line in an ambulance.
Felipe Massa has abandoned plans to return home to Brazil in a bid to improve results and potentially save his Ferrari career.
Fernando Alonso has warned that Ferrari must "improve a lot" if they are to mount a serious bid for the 2012 Formula One world titles.
In its latest reinvention, its third – all the cartoon aspects of the previous VW have been replaced
It may have a bewilidering family tree, but the new Ypsilon is still a likeable little car
It's one of the oldest jokes around. Brainy but ugly old university professor to pretty young blonde: “Why don't we make babies together? With my brains and your looks, they'd conquer the world one day.” Pretty young (and obviously not so dumb) blonde to university professor: “But what happens if they end up with my brains and your looks?”.