The average price of petrol appears to be on a collision course with £1.65 a litre having reached a new record of 163.46 p on Sunday, up by 2.5p from Thursday.
Diesel hit another record high on Saturday at 173.67p, up 3.5p from two days earlier, said RAC fuel spokesman Simon Williams, who added that drivers should soon get some respite from pump prices jumping by several pence a litre every day as oil and wholesale prices appear to have settled.
The futuristic Volkswagen ID.Buzz will come to the UK at the autumn.
VW said prices and specifications will come in May, orders open in July and models arrive in October.
Bridgestone tyres is one of the latest businesses to suspend production in Russia from Friday 18 March.
It will also freeze new investments and suspend exports to Russia with immediate affect.
Ford is planning a new EV offensive in Europe with three cars and four vans as it seeks about 600,000 battery powered sales in four years.
They will be the products of its work with Volkswagen and the first will be a mid-size crossover people mover as Ford prepares to build a massive battery plant in Turkey, where it has traditionally built the Transit.
Ferrari is celebrating its anniversary at the Enzo Ferrari Museum in Modena by opening the doors to Ferrari Classiche – a unique department that the public usually never sees.
Set up in 2006, it offers owners an exclusive service designed to protect the priceless heritage that classic Ferraris represent and providing a factory reconditioning or rebuild of classic models.