Mercedes-Benz is recalling over 123,600 models made between 2001 and 2011 to check and secure potentially faulty sunroofs sold in the USA.
Nearly 80 mid-range models are included over the ten year period and any UK owners who have experienced sunroof issues should contact their local dealer for possible rectification free of charge.
Germany’s Rheinmetall has won an order worth more than a quarter billion euros in the electromobility segment, the industrial group said in a statement on Monday, reports Reuters.
It will supply millions of contact switches capable of handling 900-volts each to an unnamed automotive manufacturer, presumably for heavy commercial vehicles.
Welsh Conservatives have renewed criticism of the Welsh Government’s handling of the rail network after deputy minister Lee Waters apologised in a social media post for overcrowding on a service he was using.
Welsh Conservative and Shadow Minister for Transport, Natasha Asghar MS said, “This is simply embarrassing and utterly shameless. Labour’s contempt and failure to grasp the seriousness of their failings knows no bounds.
The Motability Scheme, the UK’s leading car scheme for disabled people, has updated the number of vehicles available to lease.
Motability Operations has invested in order to increase the affordability of motoring for disabled people and include manual, automatic, and electric cars, as well as Wheelchair Accessible Vehicles (WAVs), scooters, and powered wheelchairs are all available, many with zero advances.
WAE Technologies – formerly named Williams Advanced Engineering – has unveiled its new corporate branding, alongside an updated logo and name.
This follows the acquisition of the world-leading technology and engineering services business by Fortescue which completed in March 2022, taking the Oxfordshire-based company into a new direction to drive progress and combat climate change through advanced engineering and technology services.