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Tesla Model 3 Claims Car of the Year Award

23-10-2019

Electric vehicle innovators Tesla have won a host of awards at a national motoring awards ceremony including prestigious Car of the Year.

Hyundai Develops A Car That Learns Your Driving Habits

22-10-2019

We all have certain driving habits, good or bad, but now Korean car brand Hyundai have developed a technology which will create a customised self-driving experience based on your own driving style.

Volvo’s Fastest Accelerating Car Offers ‘Scintillating Performance’

21-10-2019

Swedish car giant Volvo have unveiled an improvement to their S60 which will see it accelerate from 0 to 62mph in just 4.4 seconds - and it’s electric!

Are You Ready To Pay Price For Stopping In Yellow Box?

17-10-2019

Councils and local authorities across the UK are set to be given new powers to fine drivers for ‘moving traffic violations’.

Ford Plans For An Emergency Activated Drone

16-10-2019

Fords of the future could be fitted with their own personal drone should a patent application from Ford Motor Company come through development.

Motor Manufacturing Jobs To Be Lost Say Industry Bosses

15-10-2019

The impact of a no-deal Brexit is already being felt at UK-based motor manufacturers according to a survey published by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.

Porsche Unveils Flying Car Plans

14-10-2019

German supercar manufacturer Porsche is pushing ahead with plans for a vehicle which will be able to achieve vertical take-off and land on top of skyscrapers.

Could National Speed Limit Rise To 80mph?

03-10-2019

The introduction of electric cars could see a rise in the national speed limit according to the Government’s Transport Secretary, Grant Shapps.

Renault Claims First Best Used Electric Car Accolade

02-10-2019

An influential report into the best used cars in the UK has broken from tradition by adding hybrid and electric motors to its list of winners.

Nissan Responds To Sunderland Brexit Closure Rumours

01-10-2019

More than 30 years of motoring tradition in the North East of England could be under threat if a no-deal Brexit comes to pass according to reports in a national newspaper.