Charlie in the SEAT factory

“Just like Charlie in the SEAT factory”. This is how Jasper’s mother describes her 7-year-old son’s experience while on his dream visit to the SEAT headquarters in Martorell to witness first-hand how the cars that fascinate him so much are designed and manufactured. Ever since he realised that his family’s car was a SEAT, Jasper […]

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New PEUGEOT 2008 Compact SUV

The new PEUGEOT 2008 Compact SUV enters UK showrooms next week, and its arrival appears to be very timely – when rainfall for June 2016 has already broken all previous June month weather records, having the right vehicle for the UK summer can mean needing one capable of operating in almost any weather condition. The […]

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Land Rover Discovery Sport pulls 100-tonne train

Land Rover stopped people in their tracks today as a standard Discovery Sport towed three luxury train carriages weighing more than 100 tonnes along a railway track demonstrating its towing capability. The 10km journey through the Rhine region of northern Switzerland put the compact Discovery Sport’s pulling power to the ultimate test. Though the Discovery […]

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Renault goes back o nature

Renault’s innovative range of 100 per cent electric vehicles is set to be a familiar sight at The Eden Project with the strengthening of the longstanding relationship between Europe’s leading electric vehicle manufacturer and the world-famous UK tourist destination. Following successful trials of Renault’s range of all-electric cars and vans that epitomise the brand’s commitment […]

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BMW's view in the future

  The BMW Group is celebrating its centenary under the motto “THE NEXT 100 YEARS”. Future orientation and adaptability have always defined the BMW Group’s identity as a company. Ever since it was founded in 1916, the BMW Group has played an important role in shaping the future of mobility. It has done so by […]

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Tom Tom identifies best road for summer drive

With 31 million Brits set to drive their way into summer, psychologist Dr. David Holmes has developed a formula to identify the 25 Ultimate Summer Drives (USD) in Europe. Dr. Holmes looked at elements of the driving experience that are important to the planning of a summer route, including the number of bends and hills, […]

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Aston Martin DB11 receives prestigious car design award

The new DB11 was named Production Car of the year by a jury of experts from ten international automotive magazines. The jury stated: “The design team has further evolved Aston Martin’s historical design cues and proportions – an elongated bonnet, aluminium roof and muscular rear fenders – a more daring interpretation. Flowing in an unbroken […]

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New Peugeot 3008 GT

A few weeks after its debut, the new PEUGEOT 3008 SUV is unveiled in its most dynamic and exclusive version – the GT. A truly modern expression of driving pleasure, aimed at individuals who are looking for a new driving experience, the GT version crowns the brand’s new SUV range. Exclusively equipped with the 2.0-litre […]

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Mazda MX-5 Icon special edition has public debut at the Goodwood

  The all-new Mazda MX-5 Icon special edition will make its public debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Joining Mazda’s award-winning sports car line up from the 1st August, the Icon is based on the 131ps SE-L Nav and is the first special edition fourth-generation MX-5 with the 1.5-litre SKYACTIV-G engine. With a choice […]

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Volkswagen will celebrate 40 years of the Golf GTI

Volkswagen will celebrate 40 years of the Golf GTI at this month’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.  The famous motoring event takes place on the south coast of England from 23 to 26 June and attracts hundreds of thousands of motoring enthusiasts. The Golf GTI went on sale in the United Kingdom in 1976 and since […]

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