The UK automotive sector demonstrated its commitment to developing the latest low emission vehicles during a special display in London yesterday.
Set against the backdrop of London’s Tower Bridge, 26 vehicles from 16 different brands underlined the diversity and appeal of alternatively fuelled vehicles now on sale across the UK, where there are currently some 83 different alternatively fuelled cars and vans available to British buyers, designed to suit all lifestyles and driving needs.
Welsh Government has done a u-turn on plans to scrap the youth bus discount scheme.
The low take-up of the project introduced in 2015 meant it was going to be parked, but after meeting operators Welsh Government will now work with interested parties to refine the scheme and encourage more people over 16 to use it.
Media reports say PSA is planning to use its next generation Peugeot 208 and Citroen C3 as the base platforms for a new Corsa.
That depends upon the French car maker buying Opel Vauxhall and an announcement about that deal could come next week before the Geneva motor show.
The Caravan Club today becomes the Caravan and Motorhome Club to inspire new generations to experience the adventure of travel in the great outdoors.
The 110 year old membership organisation represents more than one million caravanners, motorhomers and trailer tent owners across the UK. Members have access to a network of caravan and motorhome sites and tours around the world.
Zhejiang Geely Holding Group and France’s PSA Group are expected to bid for a strategic partnership with struggling Malaysian carmaker Proton Holdings, owner of the UK sports-car maker Lotus, reports said.
Geely could make a bid early next week, Reuters reported, and PSA also plans to bid for Proton to help its growth plans for southeast Asia.