MotorLine Maserati of Cardiff sponsored a successful Polo in the Park event last weekend.
The event in Pontcanna Fields attracted hundreds of spectators and guests who enjoyed the match series and display of Maserati cars, but also took advantage of an opportunity to meet the players (right), including Ed Williams from the Vale of Glamorgan, who captained the local side against an invitation team.
The guests also raised over £2,500 in a blind raffle in aid of Dreams and Wishes and event manager, Shakira Obaid said, “Castell Polo is a brilliant showcase event for the sport of kings in Cardiff and I feel we did the city proud.”
Vale of Glamorgan Council is holding an event at King Square, Barry next week to promote public transport.
Catch the Bus week will see an information vehicle on display on 5 July wtih staff on hand to deal with user enquiries.
Electric power could be the dominant form of propulsion for all new cars sold in the UK as early as 2027, with more than 1.3m electric cars registered each year, according to new automotive industry forecast analysis by Go Ultra Low, the government and industry-backed campaign.
With EV uptake continuing to grow, this new analysis by Go Ultra Low suggests that the Government forecast for all new cars and vans to have ultra low emissions by 2040 is on track to be met.
The predicted arrival of fully-autonomous cars could signal the end of traditional vehicle ownership as we know it.
A new survey carried out by used car specialists HPL Motors has found that one in four Britons would sell their vehicle in favour of signing up for a driverless car subscription.
McLaren Automotive has launched its first Engineering Apprenticeship Scheme.
The three-year NVQ Level 3 apprenticeship programme, introduced a year ahead of schedule, complements the company’s existing graduate and work placement programmes and an initial intake of 15 apprentices will be employed, with the potential of more to follow afterwards.
The Daimler DB18 Drophead Coupe used by Sir Winston Churchill in 1940s appearances is to be auctioned.
It’s the sole survivor out of eight made and is likely to go for £250,000 at the Blenheim Palace Coys sale this weekend.
Toyota is recalling 2.87 million vehicles worldwide over a possible fault with their evaporative fuel emissions control unit.
The recall covers vehicles produced between April 2006 and August 2015, and includes hybrid Prius model, the Auris compact hatchback and Corolla compact models and Toyota is also recalling 1.43 million Prius and Lexus models worldwide because of a separate issue involving a possible airbag inflator defect.