As one of the world’s leading automotive brands, it’s no surprise that Mercedes-Benz are also one of the companies leading the charge into an electric future.
The Volkswagen Golf is certainly one of those cars that deserves legendary status. First launched in 1974, it was designed by the renowned Giorgetto Giugiaro and quickly became the exemplar of the hatchback vehicle. Over 35 million VW Golfs have been sold since its release, making it one of the most popular family cars in history.
The Audi A3 is nearly 25 years old, and in that quarter-century, you could argue no other car has changed its genre as much as Audi’s compact hatchback.
Since 1935, Jaguar has been a byword for inspirational design, and a badge of British manufacturing pride.
The best logos are instantly recognisable. But how have today’s biggest car brands gone about creating their own iconic designs?
Let’s look back at how some of the most well-known car emblems have evolved over time.
More than 14 million Volkswagen Polos have been sold worldwide and, here in the UK, it remains one of the most popular superminis on the market.
43 years after the original version launched, the all-new, sixth-generation Polo has just come onto the market. To mark the occasion, we’ve created a special GIF celebrating its history and showing just how far this clever little car has come.
We recently conducted a survey on British motorists’ car maintenance habits, and the results showed some shocking gaps in motorists’ knowledge when it comes to looking after their cars and staying safe.