The Mtsubishi Outlander PHEV is still out-selling every other plug-in hybrid SUV on the market so far in 2020 and second only to a recently-launched premium brand saloon.
Despite the massive disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic and a more competitive plug-in hybrid market than ever before, 2,662 Mitsubishi Outlander PHEVs were registered in 2020 to the end of the July, reinforcing this pioneer vehicle’s position as longstanding stalwart of the segment where it’s recorded nearly 52,000 sales since introduction.
Jaguar Land Rover and Tata Steel have failed in talks with the UK government to secure funding to offsert losses due to the coronavirus lockdown and now they’ll rely on private financing to overcome the impact on business, the Financial Times reported.
Talks for an emergency funding fell through as JLR did not qualify for taxpayer support and the outgoing boss of JLR is about to leave with a rumoured £4.4 Million pension pot.
The UK’s market-leading large van has now joined Mercedes-Benz’ electric line up, to keep businesses moving intelligently, cost-effectively and sustainably.
Priced from £51,950 based on an eSprinter Van PROGRESSIVE L2 H2 front-wheel drive, excluding VAT and OLEV grant, the eSprinter is offered exclusively in the PROGRESSIVE trim.
For the first time in its 72-year history, a selection of cars from Vauxhall Heritage’s famous collection will be on public display from next month, telling the incredible story of Vauxhall Motors rise from a niche sporting car manufacturer to one of the UK’s best-known automotive brands.
‘Vauxhall – Made in Luton’ opens on 5 September at Stockwood Discovery Centre, Luton – a stone’s-throw from where almost all the exhibits were originally manufactured.
The Automotive Careers Expo – or ACE – will take place at The British Motor Show on Thursday the 19 August 2021 as originally planned, but an additional career expo has been added to the calendar to run alongside the established CDX motor trade event on Tuesday the 8 June 2021.