Aston Martin is on course to post its first annual pre-tax profit since 2010 as strong demand for the luxury automaker’s DB11 sports car boosts business, says Reuters.
Pre-tax profit reached 22 million pounds in the first nine months of 2017, reversing a loss of 124 million pounds in the same period in 2016.
From 1 April 2018, VED rates for cars, vans and motorcycles registered before April 2017 and the First-Year Rates for cars registered after April 2017 will increase in line with RPI.
The Treasury revealed the rise in its post-Budget papers yesterday.
Over 30 new cars will be shortlisted for the 2017 Green Car Awards.
Some 18 manufacturers are covered and the winner will be announced on 4 December.
Volvo will supply Uber with 24,000 autonomous models.
It’s a significant move for the ride company which has previously used contracted individuals to provide the taxi service.
Honda will use Facebook to contact owners who have suspected faulty models equipped with explosive Takata airbags.
The social media company will link email addresses with owners who have not yet taken part in recalls.
A new era starts for the Volvo Cars plant in Ghent, Belgium as the first customer-bound XC40 small SUV comes off the production line.
The new XC40, for which the company has already received more than 13,000 orders, is Volvo Cars’ first ever small premium SUV and first customers can expect to take delivery of their new XC40 early next year.
Featuring a raised ride height with body cladding, a robust new interior and the latest connectivity including OnStar and R 4.0 IntelliLink, Vauxhall’s rugged VIVA ROCKS is available to order now priced from £11,530 on-the-road.
The new model features many design cues typically found on larger SUV models, and its bristling with the latest connectivity features.