Auto Trends
How VW is shrugging off Dieselgate with its new ID
Fours years after Dieselgate first came to public attention, VW is reinventing itself with a bold new electric strategy. A new logo will be revealed at next month's Frankfurt Motor show, and 70 new EVs are scheduled for release by 2028. Curtis Hutchinson reports on the transformation under way.
Aug 30, 2019
Curtis Hutchinson
Auto Trends
Korea progression: the rise of SsangYong
SsangYong have had their fair share of critics in the past but their products are now winning plaudits. With a growing dealer network and 7-year free warranties, can the value-driven brand follow the successful path beaten by fellow Korean manufacturer Kia?
Aug 14, 2019
Jim Murray Jones
Auto Trends
The irresistible rise of car subscriptions
Manufacturers, hire firms, leasing companies and startups are jostling for a position in the fast growing Mobility as a Service sector. Are consumers ready to take part? And how do views differ globally?
Aug 13, 2019
Curtis Hutchinson
Auto Trends
Strange bedfellows
Jaguar and BMW, Ford and VW - both examples of industry alliances, as manufacturers prepare for the future. Unlikely bedfellows of a growing trend?
Aug 12, 2019
Curtis Hutchinson
Auto Trends
The Used Car Conundrum
Could the world’s obsession with Netflix be about to cause a massive used car time-bomb?
Aug 12, 2019
Craig Cheetham
Auto Trends
What’s holding back self-driving cars?
With a DriveTribe poll revealing that 70 per cent of motorists wouldn’t trust an autonomous car, James Baggott investigates what is holding up the introduction of self-driving tech
Aug 6, 2019
James Baggott