From what is touted as ‘the best car in the world’ to the record holder of the world’s fastest car for several years, British brands span the spectrum
The world’s largest producer of tractors, Mahindra & Mahindra currently owns world-renowned Italian design house Pininfarina. How did this come to be?
Featuring marques that major on utility, luxury and performance almost in equal variety, Britain remains home to some of the most famous car brands in the world. Here are four of them.
A household name in India, the Tata Group is a conglomerate with interests in numerous industries, with its involvement in the automotive space including Jaguar Land Rover
With diverse landscapes and one of the largest automotive markets in the world, American marques cater to a wide variety of different tastes.
American carmakers have been responsible for so many iconic model lines, including the Corvette and Mustang. But what about the history behind their badges?
Geely is hardly a household name in Australia, but some of the brands under this company’s ownership, such as Volvo and Lotus, are world renowned for their safety and performance.
Italian marques have been responsible for some of the most iconic cars ever designed, and their badges have an equally prominent history.
The Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) is the Japanese giant's take on modular platform sharing to rival the likes of Volkswagen’s MQB.
Technically the Volkswagen Group’s budget option, the ‘Simply Clever’ brand has increasingly been encroaching on Volkswagen's territory.
French marques are known for avant-garde design, and this is represented in their badges as well.