An all-new digital instrument display with Toyota Smart Connect multimedia system, largest-in-class displays, and new app-based digital key heralds the arrival of the next generation Toyota Yaris.
New and enhanced Toyota Safety Sense safety and driver assistance systems with an additional Hybrid 130 electric option offered alongside existing Hybrid 115 powertrain, with be available to order this autumn for deliveries in early 2024
The eight-months bus replacement scheme for the closed Treherbert line will cost Welsh taxpayers about £4.5M, it is claimed by Welsh Conservatives.
The shut-down was done to upgrade the line to take electric trains but the Conservatives said it could have been managed in a better and cheaper way.
Major retailers, including supermarkets, have quickened the pace of cutting the price of diesel since the Competition and Markets Authority expressed concern of weakening competition in the retail fuel market, new RAC analysis shows.
Over the two weeks since 15 May, when the CMA issued its road fuel market study update saying average supermarket margins in 2022 had increased compared to 2019, the average price of a litre of diesel at supermarkets fell by 7.44p, from 151.02p to 143.58p.
It’s game, set and match for Lexus after the prestige brand and the Lawn Tennis Association agreed a major new partnership which sees the car maker becoming the Official Performance Partner and Official Automotive Partner of the LTA.
The multi-year deal provides Lexus with naming rights across key LTA performance areas, at all levels of the professional player pathway, from junior domestic competitions to LTA major events, and the elite national teams.
During the last six-month period electric cars have lost on average 33.6 per cent, according to Cap HPI figures given to Car Dealer Magazine.
Petrol cars during the same period have lost just 0.5 per cent and diesel cars have lost 1.3 per cent.
The National Franchised Dealers Association Electric Vehicle Approved scheme has secured its 500th accredited dealer.
Since its launch in 2019 the scheme has continued to grow in strength and now passed this significant milestone, said Sue Robinson Chief Executive of the NFDA.
Coventry University will showcase one of its self-driving vehicles at this weekend’s Coventry Motofest 2023.
The Nissan ENV 200, which is a fully battery and electric operated vehicle, can be seen by the public driving around part of Coventry city centre on Saturday 3 June as part of the huge Motofest event.