Wales-based insurer Confused.com will be the main sponsor of the London Motor Show next year at ExCel.
The Cardiff company first backed the event this year when 25,000 people attended and tickets are already on sale for next May’s four-day event.
British car production fell again in August, reflecting the impact of uncertainties about Brexit on Europe’s second-largest car market, SMMT said yesterday.
Overall production fell in August by an annual 5.3 percent to 103,232 units, hit by weaker demand at home and abroad, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders said, while engine and van making enjoyed double-digit growth.
A new £30 M government grant scheme is now open to local authorities in England and Wales to implement accredited, rapid, cost-effective and reliable emissions-reduction retrofit programmes in bus fleets.
The LowCVP’s Evaluation Report on the previous Clean Vehicle Technology Fund and Clean Bus Technology Fund Programmes assessed a range of retrofit technologies tested through these public grant schemes that have been run over the last five years.
£140 M of Ferrari cars and memorabilia will be on show in the Design Museum London to mark the 70th anniversary of the Italian marque.
Racing, road and other materials from the life of the famous company will be displayed from 15 November to 15 April 2018.
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