Fiat first listed 10 per cent of Ferrari on the New York Stock Exchange in October
The Italian carmaker has been clever enough not to mess with a recipe that has helped the firm shift 1.5 million dinky 500s in eight years
The 2.0 MultiJet 140 Cross Plus AWD model will cost you £25,840 – and that’s where it’s getting harder to justify
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
The two companies will have to repay up to €30 million in tax breaks
The ruling is not expected to determine the money governments have to claim back
Can Fiat's classic 500 retain its charm as an MPV?
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.
The cunning plan? Build it quite big but align it to the company’s best-loved small car in the hope that some of the magic will rub off
He’s raced around the world alone, crossed the Atlantic umpteen times, and is currently chasing records in a supercharged beast of a Volvo 70, but Giovanni Soldini, highly critical of the current state of ocean racing, is telling everyone who will listen that a much smaller yacht, the Class 40, is today’s best bet for the next few years.
Ferrari, once the highest-spending team in Formula 1, have called for cost controls to ensure that the way in which the sport is run reflects the world's economic situation.
1. Pine tree print
Engine: 1.4-litre four-cylinder petrol, turbocharged
Transmission: six-speed Alfa TCT dual-clutch automatic/sequential
Power: 170 bhp at 5,500 rpm
Torque: 230 Nm at 2,250 rpm (250 Nm at 2,500 rpm in Dynamic mode)
Fuel consumption (combined cycle): 54.3 mpg
CO2 emissions: 121 g/km
Top speed: 135 mph
Acceleration (0-62 mph): 7.7 seconds
Price: from £21,855 (Lusso trim)
Kimi Raikkonen took a step towards never being invited to another official press conference here yesterday, proving that two seasons of crashing rally cars has had no adverse impact on his ability to speak Morse code.
A new Enzo Ferrari birthplace museum opened this week in Modena in Italy. The Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari stands on the site of the house in which Ferrari was born in 1898, and celebrates not only his long life and many achievements, but also the remarkable central role of his home town in the development of the Italian motor industry.
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.