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Autocar confidential: Toyota, Mitsubishi, Dallara, autonomy


Our reporters empty their notebooks to round up this week's gossip from across the automotive industry

Jaguar Land Rover boss: “There is nothing wrong with buying a modern diesel car”


Modern diesels are part of the solution to air pollution, argues boss of UK's largest car maker

Aston Martin RapidE confirmed for production


The Aston Martin RapidE will be the firm's first all-electric car

Diesel sales set to slump due to pollution fears


Diesel sales are set to slump, according to an Autocar survey

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Seat to launch six new cars by 2020


Seat is in the middle of a major new product offensive - and six more new cars are on the way


New Seat Arona revealed as Nissan Juke rival


The new Seat Arona small SUV was launched in Barcelona


New Seat Arona revealed - first pics of small SUV


Seat's upcoming small SUV is based on the Ibiza and will sit below the Ateca; it goes on sale later this year


2017 BMW X3 revealed with hot M40i rival to Audi SQ5


BMW has crowned its third-generation X3 line-up with the new 355bhp M40i M Performance

New Jaguar XE SV Project 8 takes to the Nurburgring ahead of official unveil


Monster new super saloon, being develop by firm's Special Vehicles Operations division, features 5.0-litre V8 engine tuned for 592bhp

New Jaguar XE SV Project 8 takes to the Nurburgring ahead of Wednesday unveil


Monster new super saloon, being developed by firm's Special Vehicles Operations division, features 5.0-litre V8 engine tuned for 592bhp


Seat Arona to be revealed later today


Seat's upcoming small SUV is based on the Ibiza and will sit below the Ateca; the covers come off later today, and it goes on sale later this year


One-off Aston Martin DB11 Henley Royal Regatta edition revealed


Another car from Aston Martin's Q bespoke division celebrates the carmaker's partnership with the prestigious sporting event


Jaguar 296bhp Ingenium petrol engine extended to XE, XF, F-Pace


The XE, XF and F-Pace are now available with the new version of the 2.0-litre Ingenium petrol engine, which produces 296bhp and 295lb ft


Hardcore Ferrari 488 GTO caught on video at the Nurburgring


The Ferrari 488 GTO will be the most hardcore V8 supercar to leave the gates of Maranello when it is launched next year


Azerbaijan GP: Ricciardo wins, Hamilton and Vettel clash


Daniel Ricciardo (right) took a shock win in Baku, while Sebastian Vettel was penalised for a clash with Lewis Hamilton

Monday, Jun 26

How British designer Peter Horbury shaped Lynk&Co’s look


Veteran designer Peter Horbury on crafting Lynk&Co’s new cars from the ground up

Past Masters: used Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VI review


Astonishing handling and mighty punch. That dashboard is nasty, but you’ll be grinning too much to care

Jeep Renegade long-term test review: first report


Jeep’s smallest model yet is also its best-seller, but there’s no shortage of talent among compact crossovers. Can this one hit the mark and still feel like a true Jeep?

Sunday, Jun 25

How Aston Martin claimed Le Mans glory in a final-lap thriller


The winning Aston Martin (right) crossed the line alongside its sister car, which had been delayed by problems

Mitsubishi Lancer Evo VI | Used Car Buying Guide


The Lancer Evo VI was born out of Mitsubishi’s world rallying success — as its honed looks, blistering pace and balletic agility attest

Saturday, Jun 24

2017 BMW X3: images, video and details leak ahead of official reveal


New X3 gets a new look, performance model and improved economy, as well as semi-autonomous technology

Why Lee Noble switched from making super cars to super-fun cars


Engineer Lee Noble, famed for his astonishing, mid-engined M12, is back with a new offering - a £22k two-seater

The UK's favourite dead marques - picture gallery


Vanden Plas was a Belgian carriage builder that supplied bodywork to car companies from 1890. UK operations began in 1913, catering for Alvis, Bentley, Daimler and Rolls-Royce. Belgian operations closed in 1934, but the UK business…

Friday, Jun 23

Autocar to support Blenheim Palace Classic & Supercar Show


The show takes place on 3 September at the Oxfordshire palace, with eight classes of competition for concours cars

Lotus production to continue in Norfolk, could also begin in China, says Geely owner


Geely’s acquisition of the Lotus brand could mean production beginning in China, chairman Li Shufu suggests

Vauxhall Insignia Sports Tourer Design Nav 1.5 Turbo Ecotec 140 2017 review


Low-rung estate model offers great value for money, albeit with little shine or excitement

Promoted: Why Peter Schreyer won the Sturmey Award at this year’s Autocar Awards


The man responsible for revitalising the look of Kia cars talks about the Stinger – his“dream project” – and the need to be excited by new cars

Thursday, Jun 22

Promoted: Introducing the DS 7 Crossback La Premiere


Standout styling, advanced technology and painstaking detail, effortlessly blending with unique, original design

Variable pay-per-mile charge for London under consideration


Motorists could be charged a pay-per-mile rate to drive in London – with the city made a zero-emissions vehicle-only zone by 2050

Hyundai Veloster N hot hatch due in 2018 with 275bhp


Second product from N performance division will mark its entry into the US market

Throwback Thursday: Servicing Cosworth DFV Formula 1 engines, 1975


Kiwi racing driver and engine preparer John Nicholson worked with McLaren to service and rebuild DFVs