Global carmakers were already facing huge challenges before the coronavirus pandemic struck. As factories restart, are the prospects all gloom and doom or are there silver linings?
Bickering about road building and fretting about electric vehicles is failing to address our real problem. We need to fall out of love with the car.
Edinburgh is the UK’s most congested city. TomTom’s Traffic Index shows year-on-year increase in commuter hold-ups in Scotland’s capital.
As Brexit enters the implementation phase, it is just one of the threats to Britain’s vulnerable automotive manufacturing sector. Radical steps are required if the UK is to secure a viable future for this key economic driver.
Another one from the archives – this time celebrating the joys (and travails) of German autobahn driving in the sublime RS7 Sportback Performance
The day Bugatti test driver and Le Mans winner Andy Wallace wandered up to me dangling the key to a Bugatti Chiron and uttered the words: “Would you like a shot?”