Vauxhall’s heritage collection is now be housed at the British Motor Museum and a selection of around 30 vehicles are on display for visitors to enjoy.
The collection, which totals 50 cars and vans charts the incredible story of Vauxhall Motors’ rise from a niche sporting car manufacturer to one of the UK’s best-known automotive brands. It demonstrates the heritage of Britain’s oldest vehicle manufacturer through each decade from the very first 5hp Light Car in 1903.
Tracker reveals an increase in vehicle thefts as the UK stepped out of lockdown during the first half of the year.
By the end of June, the volume of theft activity had increased by over 32% compared to the end January, with Range Rover and Land Rover models remaining the top choice amongst criminals.
Ford’s all-electric Transit is starting work on European roads as customer trials commence with a selection of major fleet operators ahead of the volume sales launch in spring 2022.
The trial kicks off with 10 E-Transit prototypes being put to the test across a variety of intensive real-world operating scenarios in the postal, municipal and utilities, last mile and grocery delivery sectors within Germany, Norway and with DHL Express in the UK.
MINI has joined the Longleat herd this month to support rangers with regular duties looking after animals and visitors.
The ten animal-print MINI PHEVs are less disturbing to the residents and cleaner as they cover about 26 miles on a full charge.