From concepts to new models, get the latest news from the 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Formula 1 presented many new developments in 2014 with a V6 turbo era, double points and a tragic crash. Here's the highs and lows...
'We expect a significant leap in terms of performance,' says Pirelli boss Paul Hembery, who expects faster F1 cars in 2015.
Former Red Bull ace Sebastian Vettel contemplated quitting Formula 1 as he struggled throughout 2014, claims Red Bull team boss Christian Horner.
McLaren could debut its Honda-powered 2015 car in Jerez, Spain sporting an all-black livery.
Ferrari is in a period of turmoil and slump but FIA president Jean Todt backed his former team on making a comeback in 2015.
Ferrari has named its 2015 F1 car. Will the new SF15-T, driven by Sebastian Vettel, revive the struggling team's fortunes?
'It's no secret we struggled with the 2014 car,' says Lotus technical boss Nick Chester. He believes the team will be far more competitive in 2015.
Mercedes F1 driver Nico Rosberg is expecting another competitive year against team mate and 2014 title defender Lewis Hamilton.
Former Ferrari chief Luca Di Montezemolo is out of F1 but his heart clearly still lies with sport. He could lead Rome's 2024 Olympics bid.
Sebastian Vettel joins Ferrari, Carlos Sainz to race for Toro Rosso... Check our F1 drivers' line-up for 2015.
McLaren-Honda 2015 car: A new era begins
Renault spruces its popular Clio range, with the addition of the new GT-Line.
Land Rover SA is gearing to launch its new Discovery Sport in March.
We have two new model launches in SA: Honda's Jazz and Merc's S-Class!
Suzuki SA has launched a budget hatch with ‘best-in-class’ space.
Our spyguys caught the new BMW 7 Series testing in Sweden!
Toyota has finished on podium with Giniel de Villiers at the wheel!
Giniel de Villiers is more cheerful after finishing fourth on Stage 10.
Honda has unveiled its second-gen NSX supercar and it's headed for SA!
Mercedes F1 boss Toto Wolff says no other drivers are being considered for the team - and won't be until contracts for Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg are signed for 2016.
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