Hyundai Motor UK has announced the introduction of the PLAY special edition models to the multi award winning i10 and i20 ranges.
The PLAY special editions present an opportunity for customers to have the combination of both higher equipment levels and a low entry price from just £11,195 from the 8 April.
Less than half the nation own cars outright.
Xavier Collins, Director of Turo UK, which commissioned the research, said the study also found eight in ten drivers believe the need to own a car has fallen in the last five years and sharing mobility feels more modern, and currently, 34 per cent operate their car through hire purchase, personal contract purchase, a personal hire lease or similar, and two in five believing owning a vehicle outright isn’t a ‘necessity’ where they live.
Citroen will return India by the end of next year.
It follows news that Peugeot will enter the US market and Opel will return to Russia.
Ford intends to pile 30 new models into China over three years.
A third will be fully electric, and plans to revive the Puma name in Europe at the end of 2019.
Toyota’s hybrid technology patents will be freely available to car makers until 2030, says the company.
It will also sell them parts and aims to balance the demand for fully electric vehicles.
The introduction of London’s ULEZ next week threatens the future of many perfectly serviceable vehicles.
Vintage Vespas and Lambrettas can be saved from the scrap heap by being fitted with a custom-designed electric hub motor kit developed by East London specialists Retrospective Scooters from about £2,500.