A tuned 480bhp version of the new Ford Mustang is launched this week at the Performance Car Show and supplied through Haynes of Maidstone.
Improved induction, engine mapping and exhaust changes have added 70bhp to the standard car output by Steeda along with subtle aerodynamic additions to improve stability at just under £50,000 for car ready to go.
The RAC Fuel Watch campaign is predicting rises in pump prices over the next few weeks.
Oil has topped $70 a barrel for the first time in three years and now this is expected to feed onto forecourts after a 5p a litre petrol and 3p a litre diesel prices increase since November.
Welsh Government will monitor councils’ actions over implementing the Active Travel Act, passed in 2013 in a world first to improve conditions for walkers and bike riders.
The analysis ha been welcomed by Sustrans Cymru and urged any observations by users to be sent to Welsh Government by 14 February.
Former Ford of Britain chairman and Jaguar CEO Joe Greenwell will become chairman of Xtrac.
The specialist engineering business supplies and works with numerous vehicle manufacturers with its advanced high performance transmission and drive systems.
Young drivers need better hazard perception training, says IAM RoadSmart.
It looked at details of collisions and found that inappropriate speed was not the main factor but a lack of what was likely to result in an accident with another road user.
Telematics data from insurethebox was used to catch fraudsters who tried to exaggerate a damage claim from a policyholder.
Analysis of the data recorded on a Hyundai Coupe showed it could not have caused £87,921 damage claimed on a BMW M Sport but the fraudsters car had been hit at least five times including with a heavy hammer.
Porsche will lead development of a new high performance electric sports car platform to appear in 2025.
It’s also likely to be used by Lamborghini and Audi, who are also part of the VW Group.
An estimated 14,000 jobs could be lost in German parts suppliers if Britain has to take a “hard” Brexit, warn Deloitte.
In all, 42,500 German jobs depend on UK exports and they don’t want a hard border with high tariffs.