Volkswagen is bringing a legend back to life!
At the beginning of March, the Wolfsburg-based Group will reveal the first fully electric version of a new buggy, taking its cues from 1960s popular American dune buggies, and based on the modular electric drive matrix (MEB), demonstrating how multifaceted the new platform truly is and will be at the Geneva motor show .
Motorists who classify as “employed” pay an average premium of £739, £43 lower on average than those identifying as “self-employed” who pay an average of £782.
But being self-employed is no longer unusual and the UK has seen a dramatic rise in the number of freelancers over the past few years, said CompareTheMarket.
Swedish supercar brand Koenigsegg will work with the Chinese owners of SAAB to build electric models.
National Electric Vehicle Sweden AB is putting £131M equivalent into the venture as the majority shareholder.
A new Ginetta supercar is being readied.
It will largely be made from carbon fibre with a race derived 600+bhp V8 engine with sequential semi-automatic box, but no other details have been released.
Renault has introduced a new version at the top of the ZOE range.
The new Renault ZOE S Edition replaces the previous Signature Nav version and brings a host of equipment at a small premium over the Renault ZOE Dynamique Nav. Ordering is open now and deliveries of the ZOE S Edition begin in April from £19,270.
A century after it was founded, Citroen will showcase some of its most iconic models.
The ExCel London event runs from 1-17 February.
European car sales stabilised lat year at 15.6M units.
This was just 346 more than in 2017.
Chinese car maker Lynk & Co will open a sales store in London next year.
It is part of a European-wide drive by the parent business which owns Volvo, who will launch their new crossover styled new generation V40 as well.