Volkswagen has resurrected the name ‘shooting brake’ for an estate version of its heavily revised Arteon model, alongside a new four-door coupe which will both be unveiled on 24 June.
VW say they will have new high-technology powertrains and intelligent comfort and driver assistance systems.
Refreshed GT-Line and X-Line petrol models get Smartstream engines, automated manual transmission option, latest telematics and assistance systems.
Inside there’s more space, greater comfort and convenience with latest technology equipment and new powertrains.
Renault and Dacia are offering a three months payment holiday for selected new models.
Cars qualify if bought from existing stock with Renault and Dacia finance, three years zero APR without customer deposit and come with 5 year 100,000 miles warranty.
Initially there will be three engines, two bodies and three trims but a vRS 1V will come later this year.
Eleven Conservative MPs have called on Welsh ministers to explain the “scientific basis” behind the decision to allow only ‘local’ activity outdoors.
On Monday people in Wales were given the right to go outdoors and meet others from another household and a guidance of five miles was set, but its unlimited in England and varies if you go by car or cycle.
Volvo sold 40% more cars in May than in April, as restrictions eased around the COVID-19 pandemic.
While about a quarter down in May from a year earlier, it sold 44,380 cars in the month compared to the 31,760 sold in April, thanks to showroom traffic rising in Europe, a quicker than expected recovery in the United States, and strong growth in China.