The RAV4 Plug-in, Toyota’s flagship hybrid model, has been named as the most satisfying new car to own in a survey of more than 50,000 motorists by consumer champion, Which?.
The survey, conducted annually, lists the nation’s favourite and least favourite cars, based on customer satisfaction scores and the likelihood of an owner recommending their car model to a friend.
Transport for Wales is introducing limited free child travel when an adult buys a ticket in the school holiday week.
Under 11s can travel free anytime with an adult and those up to 16 years can do so off-peak.
North Wales police have caught more motorists using their phones while driving.
Moneybarn has looked at the latest offences hotspots and found 42 more drivers were stopped and fined but that force and Dyfed Powys reported a drop in drink-driving.
JLR has opened a £250 Million facility in Coventry dedicated to developing electric drive units and the first to be covered is the next Range Rover BEV.
The new Future Energy Lab at Whitley – one of JLR’s engineering centres – features test rigs for electrical systems, including cold-weather chambers, and capacity for drive-unit production.
Europe’s automotive component suppliers have criticised the latest European Parliament’s move to block the use of carbon neutral fuels.
It has also prevented the introduction of technologies the industry say are essential to make cost effective changes towards a greener future for transport, initially from 2035.