If you’re a Brit, you can be forgiven for not knowing Bronco. Born in the same era as Mustang, its nameplate echoes the same wild, untamed character as its pony car brother. Now, though, Bronco is back, and if first impressions are anything to go by, it’s all set to out-wrangler the Wrangler.
The Mazda MX-30, the company's first battery electric vehicle, is available to pre-order now in First Edition spec, priced from £26,995 after the Government's OLEV grant.
The Suzuki Ignis has received something of a facelift for 2020, as well as an enhanced mild-hybrid powertrain option.
The new Honda Jazz is available to order now, with prices starting from £18,980 and first deliveries expected early in Q2 of 2020.
The Volvo S90 saloon and V90 estate have both received a series of subtle styling tweaks, as well as an updated sound system and 48V mild-hybrid powertrains.
The Suzuki Vitara, Swift Sport and S-Cross will gain a new 48-volt mild-hybrid powertrain in the spring of 2020, and a new K14D Boosterjet petrol engine.
If you want to give yourself a good scare, just watch an episode of Car Crash Britain - the motoring equivalent of You've Been Framed, with wall-to-wall dashcam footage collected from members of the public, all of whom have been unlucky enough to be caught up in someone else's accident. Thankfully, there are now a number of dash cams with a range of useful features so we spent some time with a few of them to see how they fared.
Launched late last year, the Nextbase 412GW sits below the range-topping 512G model in the company's line-up. It captures video through a six-element lens with a 140-degree viewing angle at up to Quad HD 1440p at 30fps or 1080p at 60fps.
The BlackVue DR650S takes the form of a tube with a forward-facing lens at one end and an adhesive mount at the other, but perhaps the most interesting feature is BlackVue's Over the Cloud functionality that allows you to watch a live feed from the camera on your smartphone.
The RoadHawk Vision is a slightly different proposition to the other dash cams in our group test in that it eschews the usual bells and whistles in favour of concentrating on the task of capturing video. There's no GPS receiver, for example, nor is there an integral screen.
The Silent Witness SW224 is the second unit in our dash cam group test that boasts 2K or 1440p video recording, as well as the more conventional 1080p and 720p. The unit arrives in a smart box that makes it something of an event to open, and comes with a comprehensive package of accessories.
Until recently, if you were involved in an accident, you had to hope that your insurance company believed your version of events and found in your favour. But with the rise of crash for cash incidents, that's become a little more fraught. Thankfully, technology has the answer, and we've been testing one of the new dash cams from the RAC, the GPS-enabled RAC 02.