The all-new Mercedes-Benz A-Class is now on sale, with prices starting from£25,800 for the A 180 d SE.
The petrol-powered A 200 starts from £27,500, while the A 250 is available from £30,240 and the new A-Class is initially available in three trims: SE, Sport and AMG Line; and with a choice of three engines, all with a seven-speed automatic gearbox.
There is yet another addition to the BMW X range.
The X2 will be available in four versions from £33,980 for the X2 xDrive20d SE.
Late running First Cymru buses in Swansea will be able to turn traffic lights green to improve their schedule.
It is believed to be the first system of its type in Wales although it is used in other cities and if trials are successful the technology will be extended.
In Spring 2018, Bicester Heritage will play host to a one-off auction that will see more than 140 rare and unique pedal cars go under the hammer from the Jaguar Land Rover Classics Collection.
The No Reserve pedal car auction will sit alongside the eagerly anticipated ‘Affordable Classics’ event hosted by Bicester Heritage’s official auction partner, Brightwells – where over 100 rare and low-mileage models will go up for grabs from Britain’s most revered classic marques.
US President Donald Trump kept up pressure on trading partners, threatening European automakers with a tax on imports if the European Union retaliates against his plan to impose tariffs on aluminum and steel.
Trump’s tweet showed he is refusing to yield to U.S. business interests and foreign trading partners alarmed at the prospect of a trade war that rattled financial markets this week.
Carlos Ghosn has said there may be deeper mergers among members of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance.
The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance will speed up the cooperation between the three companies on how they work in key areas, as part of a broader plan to deliver cost savings and boost profits.
Fuel cell cars are expected to slowly grow to over 580,000 over the next 12 years, says Frost & Sullivan analysis.
Twenty new cars are due in five years but it will also require worldwide government incentives to keep sales climbing and petrol or diesel cars diminishing.