The new Jaguar F-TYPE SVR will make its global debut at the Geneva Motor Show and will go on sale in summer 2016.
Capable of 200mph, the new F-TYPE SVR is the first Jaguar SVR and is developed to exploit the two-seat aluminium sports car’s full potential while retaining its day-to-day usability.
Nearly seven million British drivers think that if they had to take their driving test again, they would be likely to fail.
New research shows that one in five qualified drivers said doubted their current driving skills would get them past an examiner – a figure which increased with age to peak at 24 per cent of over 65s.
South Wales motorists keen to test drive Kia’s all-new fourth-generation Sportage can do so next week.
Wessex Garages will be taking the newly released SUV to Castell Coch on Friday, 5 February from 3pm until 8pm for people to have a closer look and take for a test drive.
The Institute of Advanced Motorists has welcomed the Department for Transport opening up a public consultation on stricter penalties for using a hand-held mobile phone whilst driving.
The DfT’s consultation is looking for feedback on proposals for increasing the fixed penalty notice level from £100 to £150 for all drivers and increasing the penalty points from three to four points for non-HGV drivers, and three to six points for those that hold a heavy goods vehicle licence and commit the offence whilst driving an HGV.
The Road Haulage Association is launching She’s RHA, designed to address the acute shortage of women in road transport.
The industry has a workforce of 2.2 million of which just 2 per cent are women. As a result, the haulage sector misses out on a wealth of diverse talent and performance benefits that women can provide.
Toyota was the world’s top-selling automaker for the fourth straight year in 2015.
It was the only company to deliver more than 10 million vehicles in 2015 as Volkswagen Group fell back amid its emissions scandal.
Meanwhile, Alfa Romeo has scaled back its model plans and slowed down introductions.
The new Giulia will appear in the UK next September, but another seven new models will not be completed until 2020, two years later than intended.
The European Union sought sweeping powers over national car regulations to prevent a repeat of Volkswagen’s emissions test cheating scandal and sparking a tough debate as governments and industry resist change.
Under the proposed new rules, Brussels would be able to demand spot checks on vehicles, order recalls and impose penalties on carmakers of up to 30,000 euros ($32,600) per vehicle for failure to comply with environmental laws if no fine is being imposed by the member state.