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Lower, lighter, stronger and much more frugal are the promised key characteristics of the completely new Yaris, states Iain Robertson, set to be the launch of late summer, next year, when it will build on its outstanding popularity to enhance its image.
Based and manufactured in Lund, Sweden, but engineered by a British team from Norfolk, reports Iain Robertson, Uniti One is a brand-new urban mobility concept that is set for launch next summer and embodies the best of EV within its tiny form.
Based at Shoreham, on England’s south coast, Ricardo Engineering has a longstanding and well-deserved reputation in the Armed Forces, explains Iain Robertson, which makes its special version of Ford’s truck worth celebrating.
As one of the Sino-pioneers into the UK new car scene, MG has enjoyed something of a head start over a rash of future Chinese brands, states Iain Robertson, and the opportunity to drive the latest and priciest newcomer confirms its growing maturity.
For the past decade, writes Iain Robertson, one of the most daring of new cars has led the compact crossover segment, with its avantgarde design and largely unchallenged rate of sales successes, but a new Juke is now available.
Kaizen defines as the Japanese art of ‘continuous improvement’ and, suggests Iain Robertson, we appear to have been inundated this year by continuously updated and improved versions of Audi’s RS models that have been celebrating its 25th anniversary in fine style.
After presenting the CUPRA Tavascan Concept at the Frankfurt International Motor Show (IAA), CUPRA headed to Paris to organise a very special driving event. The brand set up a race track on a rooftop in Paris and named the unique event "CUPRA: THE ROOFTOP DRIVING EXPERIENCE".
Popularity counts for a lot in today’s new car scene and the BMW 3-Series Touring, of which over 500,000 examples of the previous iteration found contented homes, writes Iain Robertson, has been reintroduced in lighter, more efficient form.
It is almost too easy to dismiss the latest Bentley SUV as an over-priced excess, writes Iain Robertson, when it carries a price tag of over £133,500, but it is every bit as good as the twice-the-price Rolls-Royce Cullinan and better in many ways.
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