The sixth-generation Chevrolet Camaro coupe and convertible range has been given an extensive update, including significant revisions to its looks.
The biggest changes have taken place at the front, with all Camaro models featuring wider headlamp units with lengthened daytime running light elements.
Variants powered by the 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder or 3.6-litre V6 have a taller upper grille, and a restyled and more complex front fascia.
A prototype believed to be the Lamborghini Aventador SV Jota has been spied this week, giving us a closer look at the craziest vehicle ever to wear the Raging Bull badge.
While the name is still to be confirmed, the SV Jota badge was last worn by the hottest Miura ever made – which was only limited to just a handful of units globally.
Peugeot has issued a pair of recall notices for the 4008 SUV, over concerns certain vehicles could be fitted with faulty door locks.
The first recall relates to vehicles that could have all four locks affected, while the second is for right-hand locks only, though the condition is the same regardless.
Customisation is in vogue at the moment, but choice can be seriously confusing. In our new configurator challenge, we’re going to let the CarAdvice team loose on a manufacturer’s website to create their ideal spec of a certain model.
For this edition of the Configurator Challenge, we’re building BMW M cars of essentially every flavour. Start your engines, folks.
Let us know what you think in the comments, and let us know which cars you’d like to see next!
It isn't uncommon to see manufacturers designing a similar-looking range of cars across model lines, but it's a move Hyundai's head of design is strongly against.
It takes a trainspotter to tell a Mercedes-Benz C-Class from an E- or S-Class, or even a BMW 3 Series from the 5 and 7 Series – a type of confusion Hyundai is keen to avoid.
Speaking to media at the 2018 New York motor show, head of Hyundai design, Luc Donckerwolke, said this design philosophy is nothing short of boring.