Following on from the first silhouette images, ŠKODA reveals the name of its new model – the ŠKODA Scala.
The name derives from the Latin word ‘scala’ which means ‘stairs’ and is a step forward for the Czech car manufacturer in the compact hatch segment when it launches before 2019 and replaces the Rapid.
Audi has been fined the equivalent of £702.54M by German prosecutors for violations tied to V-6 and V-8 diesel engines which did not conform to anti-pollution standards.
Audi accepted the fine and will not lodge an appeal against it, the company said in a statement.
SsangYong has announced a 0% finance offer over five years and with nil deposit on its diesel Tivoli, Tivoli XLV and Korando SE and SE 4×4.
The popular petrol powered Tivoli, Tivoli XLV and Korando SE are also being offered with 0% finance but over two years.
Men can save more than women by shopping around for insurance.
That’s the view of Simon McCulloch, director at Comparethemarket, who has looked at the latest trends across the country which indicated men pay more because they drive more and usually spend £170 more on a typical policy.
VW Group deliveries to customers fell 18% in September across Europe.
The new tougher WLTP system meant 827,700 vehicles went through dealerships, and this was the expected outcome of the new procedure.
With the government announcing its target to reduce vehicle emissions by 15% by 2025, the Freight Transport Association representing all of logistics will be holding a conference in central London to give operators the opportunity to understand where the government is heading and how they can put infrastructure and fleet changes in place to achieve it.
The Realities of Going Green conference, to be held in central London on 29 November, will examine the options – electric, gas power and hydrogen powered fuel cells – and through a unique blend of expert speakers and case studies give operators an insight into the realities of adopting each fuel type.
An electric Ford Transit van has begun assembly in Cologne.
Using a van platform and body from Turkey, the creation of the electric van for the German Post Office is undertaken by a specialist team on a trial basis with a view to fuller production in due course.