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Kia flagship GT gets diesel power and turbo petrols

William Scholes
KIA has given more details about the specification buyers of its eye-catching new Stinger sports saloon can expect when it goes on sale in Northern Ireland towards the end of the year.

Audi's hottest hatch gets hotter

William Scholes
ANYONE who has spent time with an Audi RS3 is highly unlikely to step out of it and declare that it is lacking in power and Audi really should try harder.

What Kia did next

William Scholes
AS all the Sportage and Ceed models running around our roads attest, Kia has gone from being an also-ran budget brand to a thoroughly respectable mainstream choice in a remarkably short space of time, writes William Scholes.

Ultimate being-driven-in machine

William Scholes
BMW has sent its posh 7 Series limousine to the gym, meaning chauffeurs can get their passengers to the office in record time.

Double-champ Turkington seeking drive for 2017

William Scholes
DOUBLE touring car champion Colin Turkington has parted company with Team BMR, meaning he won't be at the wheel of the team's Subaru Levorg in this year's British Touring Car Championship.

'World's fastest' title for super Bentley

William Scholes
NO version of the Bentley Continental could possibly be called 'slow' - each is monumentally fast, in fact - but that hasn't stood in the way of the British car manufacturer creating what it calls the "world's fastest and most powerful luxury four-seat car", writes William Scholes.

Alpine aims for sports car summit

William Scholes
ONE of the most hotly anticipated new models of 2017 is the as-yet-unnamed sports car from Alpine, writes William Scholes.

New SUV puts Audi at head of Q

William Scholes
SELLING posh SUVs and crossovers is almost as profitable as running an RHI wood pellet boiler these days, so it is no surprise that Audi's next new model is, indeed, a posh SUV, writes William Scholes.

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