The new E-Class is head and shoulders above its rivals, reckons Alex Grant.
Tesla has added its biggest battery yet to the Model S and Model X electric luxury cars, and is offering existing owners the ability to upgrade even if they have taken delivery.
Volkswagen is working to avoid disrupted deliveries of the Golf and Passat after two of its parts suppliers suspended deliveries to key factories in Germany.
Alex Grant considers the company car appeal of the RC’s non-hybrid option.
Kia’s stylish family saloon has become a credible alternative, reckons Alex Grant.
Energy storage specialist Powerstar has deployed four electric vehicles, with aims to convert its entire fleet by 2018.
Land Rover is launching the first Range Rover Sport with a four-cylinder diesel engine, which brings pricing under £60,000.
Infiniti has developed a production first petrol engine technology said to offer high performance and economy without requiring electrification.
Honda has revealed the 10th-generation Civic hatchback, as the first Swindon-built production models are shipped to the North American market.
Fleets will soon have access to a network of electric vehicle charging hubs, offering retail and business facilities while drivers top up, and the first two sites will open in London this year.
Fleets across Europe are being offered a free webtool which enables them to find the business case for using electric vehicles, based on a huge range of specific criteria.
Suzuki will unveil two new crossovers at the Paris Motor Show next month; a refreshed version of the S-Cross, and the new Ignis which launches in the UK in 2017.
Is Audi’s Juke-sized crossover all style and no substance? Alex Grant finds out.
Audi’s first compact crossover, the Q2, is available to order, priced from £22,380 with CO2 emissions from 114g/km.
Government tax policy could be encouraging drivers to take a cash allowance and use their own vehicles instead of opting for a company car, according to the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA).
Undoubtedly desirable, does the F-Pace strike the right balance between sports and utility? Alex Grant finds out.
As the first car-to-X system comes to market, Alex Grant explains how connectivity is making use of familiar technology to improve safety for drivers.
The Lex Autolease fleet grew by more than 12,000 vehicles (+3.9%) in the first six months of 2016, with a large uptake from SMEs, the company has reported.
Plans to introduce clean air zones and diesel scrappage schemes to curb pollution in London should be stricter against diesels, the London Assembly Environment Committee has said.