Genesis will be unveiling its first dedicated electric platform-based vehicle at Royal Hospital Chelsea, when the GV60 makes its European debut at Salon Privé London, 21-23 April, as the headline start of the three-day luxury car event.
Building on Genesis’ philosophy of setting a new standard in customer service, paired with luxury design, the GV60 delivers the technology of a high-performance electric car in the form of a sleek and athletic coupé crossover utility vehicle.
Volkswagen Group is planning to axe about 60% of models from its brands by the end of the decade, Reuters is reporting after a Financial Times interview with Arno Antlitz, the car-makers’ finance chief.
It will drop petrol and diesel models as it transitions to premium electric models with higher profit margins.
Salt corrosion created cracks in chassis of 180 Hitachi trains, some on GWR services, which had to be withdrawn in May 2021.
The safety work led to many delays and cancellations of services and it could be six years before the entire stock is mended, tested and returned to service on high speed lines.
A new law to specifically ban cyclists from using mobile phones when riding has been suggested in the Lords.
Phones are banned for vehicle drivers and now Baroness McIntosh wants the same legislation applied to riders of cycles and e-scooters.
Andrew Edmiston, Managing Director International Motors (IM) Group Ltd, has officially opened their new office at Watermoor Point, Cirencester.
Mitsubishi Motors, which was acquired by the IM Group in October 2021, has been based in Cirencester for over 40 years but new car sales have ended and it will now be the base for continuing customer support and service.