Nissan is working with the European Space Agency and created a go-anywhere ground based observatory.
It uses a Navara and bespoke trailer to reach the best places off road to look view the night sky with a 16-inch mirror telescope.
University of Wales Trinity St Davids is holding an engineering open session 4-7pm on wednesday 26 September in its centre at SA1 Swansea.
It is offering a number of part-time engineering courses in mechanical, systems, manufacturing and material science.
Dr Andy Palmer, President and Group Chief Executive of Aston Martin Lagonda, has announced plans to create the Palmer Foundation, a privately-funded programme to create industrial apprenticeship opportunities for young people in the UK.
Andy Palmer, who began his own automotive career as an apprentice, has undertaken to fund the scheme, which will also be supported by existing shareholders, members of the senior management team at Aston Martin Lagonda and Hitomi Palmer, wife of the CEO.
IHS Markit says the Android Automotive market for inter-related telecomms will become the dominant system with car makers inside six years, despite it being banned in the world’s potentially biggest car market of China.
The analysts were commenting after Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi said they would adopt the system in models being developed now and its already planned for Audi and Volvo inside three years.
One in five (20%) millennials (under 34s) pay as much for their car each month as their rent or mortgage, according to a new Opinium survey of 2000 UK drivers, with almost half (42%) saying that having a nice car is a symbol of status.
Over a third (37%) of millennials prefer to pay for a car on a monthly basis using finance methods, including leasing, hire purchase or a loan, rather than worrying about a car’s total cost because they know they can upgrade when the finance contract runs out said InsureTheGap.