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New Bentley Bentayga – The definitive luxury SUV

The Bentayga combines the abilities of a performance grand tourer with a luxury limousine, a spacious family car and an off-roader

Amarok evolves: Dark Label vs Canyon

Since its arrival in 2010 the Amarok has hit that sweet spot of being a capable workhorse that doubles as a plush daily-driver. VW is now taking that thinking further towards its logical conclusion and has offered the Dark Label and Canyon special editions in recent times.

The Audi A7: Meet the new Don

The German manufacturer has made a cunning play to become the new godfather of this niche

Jaguar I-Pace is an advert for the future

This is not a future we should run away from: thanks to the I-Pace we know what’s possible if we let go of our stubborn traditions.

These Suzuki Vitara delights have surprising ends

The Vitara Turbo’s tagline is “Drive the Fun”. But as corny as that sounds, the surprise comes when you realise that it’s not wrong at all (except grammatically, of course).

The Audi TT’s last dance

With its breed quickly becoming extinct, the Audi TT is as close as you’re going to get to a bad boy. This flashy player has one last run in the team before they are replaced by a new practical, statistical-friendly crop.

The Discovery holds its niche in the Defender era

Land Rover’s family favourite is counting on its 30 years of history to remain relevant in the year its famed cousin got an upgrade

Wanna be a hustler? Roll up

The Range Rover Sport speaks to aspirations yet to be fulfilled

A new vintage to savour

If the winelands are best seen from the road then what better vantage point could we ask for than the new-look Discovery Sport?

It’s more than a ride, it’s family

This petrolhead insists his brown Datsun will remain his go-to commute cabby for many years

The BMW i3 — When electric proves it is the future 

As one of the first cars to make electric vehicles desirable, the i3 has continued refining a car that is a nice place to be. And a brilliant drive

Isuzu, the Chuck Norris of bakkies

The D-Max isn’t a luxury ride, but it’s not too tough on the purse and can handle the rough road

Dieselgate sees recall of Mercedes vehicles

Daimler is accused of hiding that it used illegal software in diesel cars to cheat emissions tests

Formula One faces testing times over coronavirus

The F1 world championship, which gets under way in Melbourne on March 15, had already lost the Chinese Grand Prix from its schedule

Me and my car: The Porsche 356 is simply idiosyncratic and pure

Natalie Bell felt an instant emotional connection the moment she first climbed into her 1960 Porsche 356 coupe. Here is her story

Audi A1 will put you in the red

Latest iteration has what it needs but lacks that special extra — something not even a fancy colour name can rectify

Motoring dreams for the future, now

Technology that would have been the stuff of dreams in the past decade is quickly coming to life. Practical, silly or bombastic, it’s news that has heads turning, writes Luke Feltham

Cool hand Audi: Q3 signals sexy

Unlike many cars in the compact-SUV segment, the Audi Q3 isn’t a gimmick. But living up to its name comes with a hefty price tag

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