The along awaited Audi e-tron electric models will go into showrooms in April.
There will be two versions from £71,490 after the ev plug in allowance and it will be a their version of the VW Golf sized I D Neo hatchback.
The next generation Vauxhall Corsa range will include a plug-in battery-electric model.
It will also have the intelligent LED headlights first seen on Insignia and Asta.
The new DS 3 Crossback will hit UK showrooms in May.
New inside and out it will have petrol and diesel engines before a D3 pure electric model joins the line-up.
After sustaining a a $4 billion writedown, a slump in China sales and uncertainty around Brexit, Jaguar Land Rover said conditions aren’t right for it to borrow from the bond market and it’s seeking alternative funding.
The luxury automaker needs to raise $1 billion within 14 months to replace maturing bonds, while feeding an investment programme for electric cars that’s burning through cash, Reuters reported in media.
Renault and Nissan are reportedly split over who would replace disgraced former boss Carlos Ghosn, who has been in detention since 19 November while investigations are completed into his financial affairs.
The French and Japanese Governments each want a national to head up respective companies but the agreement which created their alliance and then added Mitsubishi says it’s for Renault alone to decide.
Britain’s Brexit plan could have an ally in Germany.
Analysis suggests a no-deal arrangement would be very harmful to the automotive sector and its UK supply chain and model buyers.
McLaren F1 has secured sponsorship from British American Tobacco.
In a multi-year deal it will appear on their GP racers for the first time since BAT sold out to Honda in 2006.
Throwaway Britain has been partly been good for the HGV sector.
The lorry sector went down 4.3% last year but dead for tippers and skip loaders went up, said the SMMT, but fewer buses were ordered and built.