The Volkswagen ID.4 range has grown with City and Style variants of the 2021 World Car of the Year rolling out to UK customers.
Both models bring the option of ‘Pure’ and ‘Pure Performance’ battery and motor specifications, with the former delivering 52 kWh and 148 PS, and the latter having 170 PS on tap, with the same 52 kWh net battery capacity setup and the new City also represents the new entry-point into the ID.4 range, and qualifies for the PIVG, which brings the car’s OTR price down to £32,150.
Ford is calling on policymakers, energy providers, local authorities, consumers and the auto industry to join forces on a nationwide electrification strategy that will set the country on the right trajectory for 2030.
Since February, Ford has announced significant investments across Europe as it goes all-in on electrification, committing its entire passenger vehicle range being all-electric by 2030, and to the majority of its commercial vehicles sales being all-electric or plug-in hybrid in the same timeframe.
Road safety and breakdown organisation GEM Motoring Assist is calling on the UK Government to honour the commitment made in its most recent road safety action plan and increase the penalty for drivers and passengers who do not wear a seatbelt on road journeys.
In the plan, launched in July 2019, the Government said it would make seatbelt offences endorsable in, meaning people caught not wearing a seatbelt would face penalty points on their licence as well as a fine.
Analysed Spotify data has revealed that the number one most listened to road trip song is Mr. Brightside by The Killers.
findandfundmycar.com analysed 10,000 songs featured on Spotify playlists with ‘road trip’ or ‘driving’ in the playlist title to reveal which songs and artists are most commonly featured and Taylor Swift takes the number one place for the most featured artist, although none of her songs appears in the top 100 most popular songs.
The iconic Greyhound coach services have ended in Canada after 100 years operations.
Falling demand saw the service finish in the west of the country three years ago and now the decline in passengers due to the pandemic meant they are no longer viable across the country.