McLaren will launch 18 new models over the next seven years and feature lightweight designs with hybrid technology, it has revealed.
They will also pioneer a new type of very rapid charging, high performance traction batteries for the newcomers as part of a £1.2 Billion investment designed to put 6,000 cars annually into production.
From today, DVSA heavy vehicle test certificates will be changing to make them clearer and easier to understand.
The new style certificates for HGVs, PSVs and trailers will look similar to the new ones issued for car MOTs and there will also be a new ‘Refusal to issue an MOT’ form with clearer details on failure items, while the DVSA will also stop issuing trailer expiry discs as this information is on the MOT history service online.
Vauxhall is preparing for its next phase of connectivity and in-car entertainment by launching a new generation of infotainment systems.
The new Multimedia and Multimedia Navi Pro systems with an eight-inch high-resolution colour touchscreen and clearly-arranged Driver Information Cluster will make their debut later this year, in Vauxhall’s flagship Insignia model range.
The Logistics Emissions Reduction Scheme spearheaded by the Freight Transport Association and sponsored by Bridgestone will support the Government’s ambition to achieve a 15 per cent reduction in carbon emissions from HGVs by 2025.
This voluntary target for logistics operators is included in the Government’s new Road to Zero strategy and will assist them in developing strategies to achieve lower carbon emissions.
British luxury cars and EU car exports to America will be severely disrupted and subjected to much higher import duties unless the Continental trading block drops its tariffs on US-products, mainly foodstuffs, President Donald Trump has told them.
He is due to meet EU trade leaders later this month and expects some very tough negotiations.