Looking for the ultimate Christmas gift for a car enthusiast and Auto Vivendi is selling places in its 200mph Challenge next year.
Recipients get to drive a supercar in a high speed sprint for £2,950+VAT.
The Lexus RX large luxury SUV has collected another honour, being named the Best Large SUV in The Car Expert Awards 2024.
Its success comes hard on the heels of having won the best premium car title in the Scottish Car of the Year awards as the flagship SUV in the Lexus range with more than 3.5 million sales worldwide since 1998 and the current, fifth generation model is offered with a choice of three electrified powertrains.
Hyundai and Kia will pull the plug on diesel pickups in Korea this year.
The country is introducing tough new environmental laws and the major manufacturer will now produce LNG powered models instead.
Uswitch has warned drivers not to jeopardise their insurance if using a black-box monitor and who fit a jammer to their car.
These extra devices stop data being transferred from the on-board monitor to the insurance company but their use would invalidate a policy and cover if detected.
London Black Cab owner LEVC has unveiled a new multi-seat vehicle, which might be the taxi of choice in future.
LEVC today reveals the L380, the first of a new range of innovative, spacious, fully electric models, which will see the brand accelerate its transition from a high-end taxi manufacturer to a leading provider of e-mobility solutions beginning next year in China and then expanding.
Industry leaders who form the H2Accelerate collaboration think-tank are calling on the UK government to do more to support making hydrogen trucks commercially available.
They know battery lorries are not the answer for all logistics and have come up with a multi-point plan including a hydrogen filling station network, financial incentives to run the vehicles, and working with other partners to deliver a truly zero emissions freight service.
The UK Rail User survey found Labour-run Transport for Wales was at the bottom for customer satisfaction.
The were 100 daily cancellations or alterations to Transport for Wales services last week and Welsh Conservative Shadow Transport Minister, Natasha Asghar MS said,“It is completely inexcusable.”
It comes after TfW announced postponing improving Chester to Liverpool services and Ebbw Vale services until January after wheel damage was found on a number of units and cannot be repaired for the planned start of the extended timetable this month.
As we head towards Christmas and congestion levels increase, experts warned that motorists need to check in on their Highway Code knowledge.
This comes as a study by Vertu Motors found that only 50% of drivers correctly knew pedestrian right of way rules, with 15% also admitting to breaking them.