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Exclusive: Car makers ‘can’t meet’ Euro6 emissions targets

With the VW Group emissions scandal in full swing, car makers ask EU regulators to lower NOx emissions targets for new cars The car industry has admitted that makers can’t meet 2020 diesel pollution targets and want to almost double Euro 6 limits under new tests, Auto Express understands. Its been revealed by an EU insider that the European Automobile ... Read More »

Stunning Vauxhall GT coupe has Audi TT in its sights

Our exclusive images show Vauxhall’s new Astra-based two-door coupe, called GT, could look when it arrives in 2017 Vauxhall looks to be back firing on all cylinders with its new, five-star Astra and rejuvenated small car range. A fresh Insignia is on its way, too, and there are rumours of a replacement for the ageing Antara mid-size SUV. But arguably ... Read More »

New 2016 Tesla Model X SUV: price, pictures, specs and ‘Falcon Wing doors’

Tesla boss Elon Musk has unveiled the new falcon-doored Tesla Model X SUV at a launch event in Los Angeles, California The Tesla Model X has arrived, catapulting electric car pioneer Tesla into the global SUV market. Tesla boss Elon Musk unveiled the new Model X to the world at a special launch event in California, revealing the key features of ... Read More »

Kia’s 2016 hybrid crossover takes shape in new spyshots

Kia will aim to steal the Toyota Prius’s thunder in 2016 with a petrol-electric crossover, and we’ve seen the design With the new Toyota Prius just revealed and many manufacturers jumping on the hybrid bandwagon, Kia is readying a new petrol-electric crossover for launch in the middle of 2016. These spyshots are the first we’ve seen of the as-yet-unnamed Korean ... Read More »

Porsche unveils roll-out £46k Cayman Black Edition

Porsche announces end-of-the-line Cayman Black Edition, priced at £45,989, with all-black trim and a bigkit upgrade Porsche has unveiled a new Black Edition of its Cayman sports car, and it’s the biggest sign yet that the the new facelift model is on the way. On sale now, the Porsche Cayman Black Edition gets a host of extra equipment and all-black ... Read More »

Motor salvage code could put consumers at risk

Proposals for a new code of conduct on how to scrap cars have been criticised for protecting insurers at the expense of the consumer by the National Association of Bodyshops (NAB). The Vehicle Identity Check (VIC) that’s required before repaired write-offs are allowed back on the road is scrapped, leading to a review of the Disposal of Motor Salvage code. ... Read More »