Swansea bus museum is on the move.
It will hold its farewell running day at its SA1 Business Park site on Sunday 29 October from 10am before it begins a carefully planned move to Swansea Enterprise Park by the end of the year.
Volvo subsidiary Polestar will become a three-car brand using models built in China.
The Chinese-owned company will launch its first model in 2019, a 2+2 GT coupe and it will be lease only on-line with larger electric-only models following soon afterwards.
More than 1 million Mercedes-Benz cars and sport utility vehicles worldwide will be recalled to address potential unintended air bag deployments.
British, American and Canadian models between 2012 and 2018 are affected.
Ford will have to pay $267 M to rectify faults on 1.3M of its popular F series pickups in America.
Water egress causes door latches to jam on some models and it brings the total models affected by similar issues to 5M since 2016.
Suzuki has unveiled a raft of winter offers.
Strong value PCP schemes are on offer across the range while the scrappage scheme continues until the end of this year along with a year’s free insurance and three year’s servicing included on Ignis models with PCP agreement.
Motor industry charity BEN is the official beneficiary of collections at the Confused.com London Motor Show next may.
Every ticket sold will generate £1 for BEN, up to £25,000.
With car theft on the up and horror stories appearing about meet and greet firms at airports, a new service called ‘On the move’ from Smartdriverclub, the connected car service, will now ping an alert to the owner’s smartphone if their car moves from the spot they last parked it.
On the move is one of a range of connected car services from Smartdriverclub enabled by a self-installed smartplug that fits under the dashboard of most cars manufactured post 2003, including theft tracking, crash assistance, alerts to mechanical issues as well as insurance at up to 42% less than a traditional policy for good drivers.