The week in cars: seven days of hot car news, one video

Welcome to our weekly video round-up of all the key car news. It’s been another busy week in the world of cars and motoring with Fiat revealing its 500 facelift, the new Audi A4 making its debut and the Volvo XC90 winning the Auto Express Car of the Year crown for 2015.

The first of our regular weekly round-up videos covers all of these key car news stories and more. Don’t forget to bookmark this page because we’ll be updating it regularly with new videos covering the top stories that you might have missed over the last 7 days. It’s essential viewing for every car fan…   

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Fiat 500 facelift - nose

First up – the new Fiat 500 has been revealed. It’s not the all-new model you may have been hoping for but the retro city car gets styling, cabin and powertrain updates for 2016.

Audi A4 saloon front

Audi took the wraps off its new A4 this week and for the first time unveiled the both the saloon and big booted Avant together. It’ll get its official debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September but prices are expected to kick off at around £28,000.

Porsche Boxster Spyder - rear 3/4

This car produces a noise that will absolutely make you go weak at the knees, so we were quite excited to get out hands on the Porsche Boxster Spyder. Click here to read exactly what we thought of it.

Volvo XC90 - awards

We’ve announced our Auto Express Car of the Year 2015 as the fantastic Volvo XC90. See why we chose it and who else triumphed in the other categories by clicking here.

Peugeot 308 R 4-Hybrid front

Sources at Peugeot say it looks almost certain the 493bhp 308 R HYbrid concept will go into production. This comes after the CEO tweeted photos of the car being tested earlier in the week.

Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6 feature - static

Another concept which is expected to make its way to market is the stunning Bentley EXP 10 Speed 6. The firm’s bosses confirmed to Auto Express at Goodwood that the hugely positive reaction to the concept meant it was a almost certain to hit showrooms.

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