Rich Welsh drivers prefer to buy a Lamborghini, says a specialist finance company.
JBR Capital revealed the Italian supercars account for over 28% of their loans, the highest for the marque in the UK, in Wales.
There is a £150M plan to revive a race and test track near Rassau, Ebbw Vale, according to media reports.
It follows the failure of the £425M Circuit of Wales in 2017 on the same site, but the new venture by different businessmen would concentrate on services for the Welsh Government’s planned £100M automotive and motor sports technology park on adjacent land.
Foreign registered cars are banned from the centre of Madrid under clean air regulations since 1 November.
The Spanish have not introduced a scheme to identify the cleanest cars but only the very lowest polluting Spanish registered models will be allowed in the centre and on particularly bad days of pollution the zone and ban is extended as shown on the website.
With thefts spiking in the winter months, Piaggio and Vespa retailers are helping buyers of the new Vespa GTS 300, Piaggio Beverly 300 and Beverly bikes protect their purchase.
These are fitted with tracking units from the UK’s leading stolen vehicle recovery expert, TRACKER.
The German government has earmarked €1 Billion to develop a consortium of car makers who will jointly develop and utilise traction batteries.
European Governments and car makers are said to be seeking independence from battery makers in the Far East and this could lead to more standardised charging systems and connections as well.