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Last year for the first time premium SUV models such as the Volvo XC60, Audi Q5 and BMW X3 were more popular in Europe than sedan and wagon versions of the Mercedes E class and BMW 5 series.
Driving the Bentley Bentayga shows just how sophisticated self-driving technology has become as its autonomous features are among the most advanced in a car on the road.
French tech company NAWA believes it has found a way to boost the power of ultracapacitor batteries by creating a hybrid system with lithium ion units in what could be a major step forward in EV technology.
PSA's strategy to reduce non-profitable car sales is harming Vauxhall, which saw sales plunge drop 35 percent last month.
Opel teased a new SUV that will go into production in 2019 with seven-seat and plug-in hybrid variants.
Renault, Fiat, Mercedes, and soon PSA, are all launching pickup trucks to take on market leader Ford in a sector that has been, until recently, virtually ignored by European automakers.
Automotive News Europe reporter Nick Gibbs wonders, and worries, about the future of the great brands in the age of autonomous vehicles.
Renault plans to increase the number of SUVs it builds in China to help lift annual vehicle sales to 400,000 by 2022.
Plug-in hybrids are seen as a compromise ahead of EVs in creating zero-emissions zones in cities.
McLaren will debut a supercar next spring, codenamed P15, that will be its most extreme track-focused road car yet, with a "brutal" design and a driver experience entirely focused on getting around a track as quickly as...
Automakers have set aside marketplace rivalries to open a multi-brand electric car showroom where staff don’t sell vehicles but instead explain EV technology to visitors.
Bentley said Jaguar Land Rover's head of global strategy, Adrian Hallmark, will become the brand's CEO as part of a reshuffle that also brings in new board members for engineering, sales and marketing and human resources.
Vauxhall and PSA have cited declining sales in the compact segment as a reason for cutting 400 jobs at the UK factory that builds Astra cars, which would make sense if customers were turning away from cars such as the Astra...
The UK joining the North American Free Trade Agreement is an idea reportedly being floated as an alternative if the country crashes out of the EU in 2019 without a trade deal with the bloc.
Plug-in hybrid versions of the Range Rover and Range Rover sport are coming to the U.S. market next summer.
Union leaders at PSA's Ellesmere Port factory, which builds Opel/Vauxhall Astras, are calling for talks with the French automaker after PSA said it would cut a quarter of the UK plant's workforce.
New models, increased technology and a strong focus on personalization are helping volume automakers such as VW, Ford and Nissan boost sales and improve their bottom lines by selling more expensive versions of their...
Could the post-Brexit UK join NAFTA? There's talk about it across the pond, but don't count on it.
Big dealership groups could boost investments in Britain after the country's vote to leave the EU led to a weaker pound, making investments attractive.
Aston Martin has launched a convertible version of its DB11 coupe with a Daimler-sourced V-8 as the sole engine option.
PSA is cutting a quarter of the workforce at Vauxhall's Ellesmere Port factory in England. The plant builds Opel and Vauxhall Astra cars for European markets.
British niche automaker TVR will begin production of its two-seat Griffith sports car next year.
Renault is adapting its largest engine plant to build more gasoline units as European customers shift away from diesels.
Aston Martin is going from strength to strength due to strong sales of its new DB11 supercar, but a cloud remains on the horizon in the form of the UK's pending split from the EU.
Aston Martin could follow automakers such as Audi, Jaguar and BMW into the Formula E electric racing series, CEO Andy Palmer said.
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