The enhanced Volkswagen T-Roc, T-Roc Cabriolet and T-Roc R are available to order in the UK.
A new look inside and out with more refinements mark the newcomers and start from £25,000.
Volvo Cars is introducing a range of updates to its entire car line-up, the most prominent of which is an exterior refresh of its fully electric XC40 Recharge.
The company also unveils a single-electric-motor variant of the pure electric C40 Recharge and the new C40 and XC40 variants, along with all other new Volvo Cars’ models, will be available through an updated offer concept, designed to make the online ordering process of Volvo cars easier and more convenient.
To support the development of the next generation of female talent, Bentley Motors has kicked off a bespoke mentoring programme for female students in the fields of technology, engineering, design and business.
Following the successful launch in the UAE last year, the programme is now being rolled out in the UK as part of Bentley’s strategy to encourage more women to consider the range of careers available in the automotive industry.
BCA has been given a £1.1m fine after a elderly customer suffered ‘life changing injuries’ when he was crushed by a Porsche at one of the group’s sites.
Geoffrey Husher, 76, was pinned to the ground when the luxury German car lurched forwards off a ramp in Paddock Wood, Kent, reported Kent Online and they were also ordered to pay £97,000 costs.
There is a looming shortage of MoT testers, warns the IMI and you can expect long delays in getting vehicles examined and pronounced safe to use without being fined or given penalty points.
The DVSA says more than 40 per cent of testers aren’t compliant at the moment, and they only have until March 31 to complete their annual assessment and it has been made worse by a high number of cars needing MoT tests for the first time after being registered in 2019.
Clenergy EV has installed multiple EV charge points for the soon-to-be-completed Swansea Arena at Copr Bay.
Capacity for 10 electric vehicle charge points will be available ready for the Arena opening this month and the destination chargers at the Arena will be available for all electric vehicle drivers via the Clenergy EV app or guest checkout.
Road safety and breakdown organisation GEM Motoring Assist is warning drivers that updated mobile phone laws will come into force this month.
The new rules ban drivers from using their phones to take photos or videos, play games or scroll through music playlists, and come with a £100 fine and three penalty points on licences.