The third-generation 2019 Volkswagen Touareg was revealed earlier this week, so we thought we'd look back on how far it has come over its 15-year history.
Let us know which is your favourite in the comments below.
Volkswagen's first iteration of the Touareg launched globally in 2002, offering a luxurious interior combined with proper off-road ability.
In terms of design, the first Touareg looked very much like an oversized Golf, but that's no bad thing, either.
Honda has revealed the production version of its new Insight hybrid, ahead of its debut at the New York motor show later this week.
As you've probably gathered, the car's styling doesn't deviate far from the concept shown off last year. With broad, horizontal headlights and a slim grille, the nose shares plenty with the new Accord sedan sold in America.
Lynk & Co has confirmed it will manufacture its new 01 SUV in Belgium for the European market.
Speaking with industry journal Automotive News Europe, the Chinese start-up which is owned by Geely – which also owns Volvo – the company's boss, Alan Visser, said the 01 will be produced in Europe, for Europe, from 2019 at a factory in Ghent, Belgium.
From launch the 01 will be offered in Europe with exclusively plug-in hybrid powertrain options, intially at least.
Around the Tracks: Autonomous driving, Fullboost in the CarAdvice Stinger
When we’re not creating it ourselves, the CarAdvice team spends a lot of time finding and consuming motoring content from all over the world.
Here’s a handful of the articles, videos and social media posts that most caught our eye last week. Some of them are brand-new, others have been online for a while.
Enjoy them – just not too much, okay?
Dodge might have started the supernatural muscle car trend with its Challenger SRT Demon, but it's been outdone by the hotted-up Hennessey Exorcist in our latest poll.
More than 1000 people voted in this week's face-off, with 53 per cent of voters handing the Camaro-based Exorcist a narrow victory over its factory rival.