The 85th Geneva Motor Show is well underway in the Swiss city. Europe’s largest and most important auto show, the event was first held in 1905 and features the best-known manufacturers in the world.
Hydrogen is everywhere, so the chemists say and, at the Los Angeles Auto Show, cars that silently run on the fuel of the future are making sure they get heard among the high-performance speedsters and bulky 4x4s beloved of West Coast America.
Millions of drivers will be able to wait an extra year before needing an MoT certificate for a new car under government plans to be announced this week.
HERE is the news from Detroit. The North American International Auto Show is dead. Long live the new North American auto show in, er, Las Vegas.
A key lieutenant to Angela Merkel has claimed that the US government’s multibillion-dollar legal action against Volkswagen is aimed at destabilising the German carmaker in favour of American rivals.
It had been a good day for Richard Biddulph. The classic car dealer from Grays in Essex sold a 1932 Bentley 8-litre for £870,000, a 1912 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost for £650,000 and a few other “odds and ends” for just under £100,000 a time.
It has been Bernie Ecclestone’s dream for decades, a grand prix around the streets of London past some of the most famous monuments and buildings in the world.
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