Kia Picanto models bought now will come with a year’s insurance.
Its open until the end of June for buyers aged 21 to 79.
New Ford Fiesta production is underway in Germany.
Models will be in dealerships in July.
Volvo will start building XC90 models at its new Indian plant this year.
Their Bangalore factory will eventually assemble other models as well following the success of its truck, bus and construction vehicles.
Meanwhile, GM is ending vehicle production in India and South Africa.
Its part of its global policy to cut costs.
The majority of the 286,000 drivers over 50s who intend to purchase a car in the next 12 months cite autonomous safety features such as breaking assistance (72%) and blind spot warning systems (67%) as important.
And it seems the older generations are early adopters of new technology with almost one in ten (9%) of those looking at a new car purchase saying they intend to buy a hybrid or fully electric vehicle.
Last ditch attempts are being made to reach an agreement between the US Government and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles over clean-air rules and emissions.
The claim is that FCA circumvented testing systems and vehicles emitted higher than tested pollutants but the car maker has maintained it met all requirements although it has been unable to convince the lawmakers who may now prosecute the group.
The search is on for the best drivers from across the country – but unusually, those behind the wheel have to be under 17.
In fact, entrants to the Young Driver Challenge 2017 can be aged just 10, so up to seven years before they can take their test, or even drive a car on public roads.
Michelin is rejecting calls from parts of the tyre industry to increase the minimum legal tread depth from 1.6mm to 3mm.
The manufacturer says there is no link between tread depths at 1.6mm and increasing accident rates and an Ernst & Young report commissioned by Michelin found that changing tyres at 3mm instead of 1.6mm would cost European Union drivers an extra €6.9 billion a year in unnecessary tyre purchases and additional fuel consumption.