Land Rover is planning three wheelbases under its forthcoming new Defender, being assembled alongside the Discovery in Slovakia and due to be unveiled at the Frankfurt motor show in September.
There will be 170 inch, 187 inch and 201 inch wheelbase versions offering five to eight seats with an SUV body-chassis but no pickup-style as in the previous generation which ended 67 years run in 2016.
There’s a power increase and new automatic transmission option for highly efficient T3 three-cylinder petrol engine and the T4 petrol powertrain is now available in two-wheel-drive form with more generous equipment specifications and options, enhancing practicality, safety and convenience from £28,965 on the road.
The Swansea based DVSA customer contact centre will temporarily close this weekend due to essential building works and there is no alternative available.
It will shut from 1pm today until 7.30am monday.
nextbike will be working in partnership with Welsh Cycling to offer participants exciting opportunities to use even more pedal power to get around in Cardiff.
As part of the venture ‘Let’s Ride’ pop-up participants will be able to access 200 two-hour free cycling codes to be used on nextbikes throughout the city.
As temperatures rise this weekend, the UK will see the pollen count soar and insurethebox warns drivers to check their hay fever medication before getting behind the wheel.
With 1 in 5 people in the UK suffering from hay fever, many will be reaching for tablets and nasal sprays to keep the symptoms at bay – but some remedies could render them unfit to drive.
A research survey commissioned by Anchor Vans and conducted by Yolo Communications, reveals that 64% of adults have had sex in a car, van or camper van.
Almost half of those surveyed (42%) said that they’d had sex in a car, whilst 22% said they had hooked up in a van or a camper van.
IAM RoadSmart, the UK’s biggest independent road safety charity, asked more than 1,600 visitors to its website if they would feel ‘confident and safe travelling in a fully self-driving vehicle, where there is no driver input,’ and just over 70% would feel ‘unsafe’ or ‘very unsafe’ with only 4% feeling ‘very safe.’
In addition, three-quarters (75%) expressed some level of disagreement with the statement that the vehicle should ‘always be in ultimate control,’ with 40% strongly against it.
Police are searching Renault’s headquarters in Paris in relation to ex-Renault boss Carlos Ghosn use of Versailles for his 2016 wedding.
L’Express magazine reported the search was being carried out in relation to Ghosn, who faces charges of misconduct, and who has denied any wrongdoing and been released on bail in Japan where he was arrested in November.