Automobili Lamborghini and The LEGO Group announce the new partnership introducing the first ever Lamborghini super sports car by LEGO Technic, the building system that allows older kids and adults to create more advanced, complex models.
The new series will launch this summer.
Production of the three-year-old Mercedes-Benz X-class pickup is ending in June.
Based on the Nissan Navara, it has failed to reach anticipated sales figures but it will remain available to order until 11 February, it has told media.
BMW has delayed plans to introduce a new MINI until market conditions and Brexit costs are worked out.
Sales of the city car have been dropping and BMW is facing rising costs of technology and design so it must carefully consider what models it wants to keep producing as buyers migrate to SUVs and Crossovers, a development which led to the axing of the Vauxhall Adam last year.
European premium tyre manufacturer Vredestein’s Sportrac 5 summer tyre, as well as Wintrac Pro and Snowtrac 5 winter tyres have been chosen as original equipment for the latest, eighth generation Volkswagen Golf, launched to the media in October last year and soon available for sale.
“There is no doubt that the iconic Golf is a prestigious model to add to Vredestein’s increasingly long list of OE fitments,” says Vredestein UK Country Manager Karl Naylor.
Research commissioned by Green Flag discovered few Brits are addressing problems with their motors efficiently.
A whopping 51 per cent confess to waiting more than two months to fix faults with their vehicles, with one in 7 (14 per cent) UK drivers reporting that they only fix faults with their car when it’s urgent, such as before an MOT check and a result, Brits are spending a staggering £574.50a year on car repairs, despite the fact that 47 per cent of drivers agree that repair costs could have been cheaper if they were addressed sooner.