What Car?'s news week

  • Vauxhall Insignia estate
  • New Audi A6
  • £1.2 million Aston
Welcome to our weekly round-up of the best new stories from the week.

Vauxhall Insignia estate
This week's biggest news is the unveiling of the Vauxhall Insignia estate. We've got all the pictures, plus details of the engine line-up and pricing.

To read more, click here.

It's not the only new estate to feature, though, as Cadillac has revealed the CTS Sport Wagon. See it here.

New Audi A6 breaks cover…
All the details and pictures of the new Audi A6 can be found here.

… and Audi's everyday supercar
Audi has also unveiled its RS 6 saloon, which travels from 0-62mph in 4.5 secs. Click here for more.

The £1.2 million car
Got a spare £1.2 million and looking for a car? Aston Martin thinks it has the machine to make you part with your cash. Click here for more.

Abandoned car numbers tumble
The number of cars being left at the roadside to waste away has tumbled, but it's more down to their scrap value than drivers gaining a social conscience. Click here for more.

BMW 6 Series revisions
Buyers can order sports packs throughout the range. Click here for more.

Fuel prices drop
The supermarket price war is benefiting fuel buyers again. Find out about the latest discounts by clicking here.

Bond girl draws attention to new Ka
Meet Olga Kurylenko, the new Bond girl in the upcoming film Quantum of Solace. In it, she's driving the new Ford Ka. Click here to find out more.

Pray for lower fuel prices
Sections of America's religious communities think they have found a way to beat rising fuel prices – praying. But does it work? Click here to find out.

Mini rickshaw spied
There are plenty of rumours about a 4x4 Mini derivative, but we hadn't heard about this Mini rickshaw, which has been spotted pounding the streets of Beijing. See more here.

Whisky instead of petrol?
Scottish islanders are planning to beat high fuel prices by filling their cars up on whisky. Find out how here here.

First drives
Click on the links below to read our thoughts:
Mercedes B-Class
VW Caddy Maxi Life
VW Passat CC
Kia Cee'd 2.0 CRDi Sport
Citroen C2 CTS diesel


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