MG Motor UK’s design centre, based at Longbridge, Birmingham, has expanded and is continuing to develop its team of designers who play a key role in the MG models on the road today and the future.
Director of Design, Anthony Williams-Kenny, is now back in the UK after being based in Shanghai for three years and will be focusing on MG Motor in the UK, as well as on a global level while an expansion of the team has allowed the design centre to take on more work and to focus on continually improving the products as well as keeping up with trends.
From white wall tyres and £1 deposits to an industry leading seven year warranty and numerous design awards, Kia Motors (UK) Ltd is celebrating 25 years in the UK.
The brand first started trading here in 1991 with the Pride, selling just under 1,800 cars in the UK in that year – a figure that it now sells on average every two weeks across its 188 strong dealer network.
Motorpoint has renewed its partnership with Cardiff Arena.
The arrangement is in place for another five years.
Green Flag says there will be over half a million breakdowns in the UK this summer, as more people opt for taking British driving holidays.
Flat and faulty batteries will account for a fifth of them.
Mercedes-Benz and Hailo technology are said to be working on a joint venture for taxis.
The car maker wants to take a slice of the market dominated by Uber.