The first renderings of the compact SUV reveal the design direction for Chery’s new nameplate and while they will wear a Chery badge, they incorporate a new evolution of the Chinese brand’s ‘Life In Motion’ design philosophy.
Hyundai has launched into the scrappage scheme to boost sales.
It’s offering a maximum combined £5,000 off list prices for part-exchange against pre-2010 petrol or diesel models, some of which will be scrapped but others resold, before the end of this year.
Plans for a Chinese company to buy part of the Fiat Chryser group may hit an insurmountable hurdle.
US legislation may block any large scale sharing of the automotive business by a foreign company.
Aston Martin has enjoyed booming sales over the last six months and is now looking ahead to post-Brexit business.
International media reports the luxury sports car brand is now targeting the US and Japan to boost sales and avoid EU duties.
As VW Group continues to be mired in problems surrounding its diesel emissions cheating with a US executive jailed and enormous bills for the business, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has toughen her tone.
She has told German state television that a collective lawsuit is a possibility for the country’s buyers, who have been shunning diesels amid the controversy which could lead to older unsold cars being banned from registration.
The majority of people (66%) would be uncomfortable travelling in a driverless car at 70mph, according to the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
According to the findings, younger people tend to be more accepting of the technology ― with 45% of 25-36 year olds saying they would be comfortable in a 70mph driverless car, compared to just 13% for 65-74 year olds and 8% for the over 75s and women tended to be more cautious about the technology, with 72% saying they would be uncomfortable compared to 60% for men.