CUPRA has started production of the new Formentor, the first vehicle uniquely designed and developed for the brand.
The CUPRA Formentor will be available to order in the UK from Tuesday 20 October, starting with the 2.0-litre 310PS petrol engine, and followed by other engines including the plug-in hybrid variant.
MG has beaten its 2019 sales targets already as the UK’s fastest-growing car brand continues to buck industry trends and also grow its presence in the EV market.
Car number 13,076 to be registered in 2020 was an MG ZS EV, sold by Richmond Motor Group in Guildford, Surrey, which took on an MG franchise earlier this year.
Next-generation Jaguar and Land Rover models will feature floor mats and trims made with ECONYL® fibre from recycled industrial plastic, fabric offcuts from clothing manufacturers, fishing nets from the farming industry, and those abandoned in the ocean– known as ‘ghost nets’.
This commitment to designing sustainable luxury interiors using responsibly sourced and recycled materials is part of Jaguar Land Rover’s Destination Zero mission.
Vauxhall has introduced a new Augmented Reality (AR) filter that allows Instagram users to see how the all-new Mokka will look parked on their driveway.
The clever technology allows users to walk around the vehicle and even look inside before it arrives in UK showrooms next year.
Using a new platform and technologies the range will have the latest petrol and LPG Bi-Fuel powertrains, a CVT for the first time and they are said to be roomier.
Triumph Motorcycles Lifestyle is a new range of clothing for riders and enthusiasts drawing inspiration from the 1950s.
The six items of teeshirts and tops range from £25 to £650.