Replacing the Touareg as a mainstream competitor to the Toyota Highlander, the Volkswagen Atlas has an easy to pronounce “conventional” name, but what does it mean?
The made in UK Toyota Avensis looks as though it be dropped from Toyota’s European range, with the car already being phased out from company’s UK range.
Porsche is one of the most iconic sports car brands in the world, although half of its sales are now SUVs. What do the brand’s car names mean and where do they come from?
The Volkswagen Atlas Tanoak is an excellently styled and attractive midsize pickup concept car, but what does its name mean and where does it come from?
The Aston Martin Varekai name has been registered, and it could be used for the company’s first SUV, which will be built in Wales and based on the DBX concept.
The Lincoln Continental could be axed when the current generation’s production run ends (probably in 2022) with the brand probably ending up with an all SUV range.
The Ford Ranger Raptor has been unveiled. This model for Asia, Latin America and the rest of world has a 2-liter twin-turbo diesel, but will not be sold in the United States.
The 2018 Bugatti Chiron Sport handles better thanks to new suspension, lower mass and a new torque vectoring system for the rear wheels.
Both the Volvo V60 and XC60 are now in their second generation. We compare the wagon and the SUV side by side to see how different or similar they are to each other.
The 2018 Kia Ceed has finally dropped the stupid apostrophe (good riddance Cee’d!!), but it’s also now deathly boring. It’s a hatch. It will sell. Great.