This year’s mobility roadshow will be held at Silverstone 26 to 28 May.
Europe’s biggest event for its kind will feature vehicles and products and visitors will have the opportunity to evaluate them on the track.
Economists believe European car sales will grow 3% this year.
The VW Group diesel-gate is only likely to slightly impeded sales which will be 14.46 million or more as the European economy slowly regains and incentives are introduced to offset Russian losses.
The light-vehicle market in France has recorded a 5.9% year-on-year gain during 2015 after a flat 2014.
According to the French Automobile Manufacturers’ Association, registrations of passenger cars and light commercial vehicles grew from 2,167,959 units to 2,296,654 units.
Russia will spend 20 billion rubles (£186.31 million) to support the car industry in the first half of 2016.
Industry and Trade Minister Denis Manturov said the government would extend measures in place since car sales were hit by a sharp drop in the ruble and an economic slowdown because of weak oil prices and Western sanctions over Ukraine and the measures include a car-buying programme that offers discounts to people trading in their old vehicles, a scheme for scrapping cars and subsidies for car loans and leasing.
A new Audi Q2 and revised Q5 are coming this year.
It is part of a big investment by the carmaker which will also see 60 battery powered models inside four years.
The AA will be adding over 50 new patrols to its breakdown service after winning a multi-million pound contract.
It will take over cover of the 307,000 strong car and commercial vehicles managed by Lex Autolease, part of Lloyds Banking Group.
A decade after it went out of production, the Land Rover Freelander 1 is officially a heritage vehicle.
Parts supply is now through the Heritage catalogue of over 9,000 items.
Special New Year finance deals are now available for Mitsubishi for Attivo compact and L200 models.
Low deposit, low rate finance, pcps and even deposit contributions are available.