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Concept cars have played a major role in Peugeot's move upmarket. Their technological level and sophistication feed the vehilces produced in series. Even if not designed for mass production, many elements are used for products in the commercial range. here we explore some examples.
The BMW Group is extending the reach of seamless connectivity in its vehicles with the introduction of Android Auto starting in mid 2020.
Barra was elected Chairman of the GM Board of Directors on January 4, 2016, and has served as CEO of GM since January 15, 2014.
London’s hot-spots are many and varied but the Victoria and Albert Museum has a special place in the hearts of many, highlights Iain Robertson, and its latest attraction is sure to enthuse and spark the imaginations of visitors of all ages.
The successful ŠKODA KAROQ and ŠKODA KODIAQ SUVs continue with enhanced equipment for even more safety and comfort.
Audi is launching a free initiative for all electric and plug-in hybrid car owners at Munich Airport, under the name of “Charge & Fly”: Until the end of the year, interested drivers can recharge their electric car or plug-in hybrid vehicle with green power while they are away, and park for free.
While it may take time, largely due to the development of new machinery, reports Iain Robertson, when the motor industry invests in its eco-future, it can do a great job, as witnessed by Renault and its new plastic waste yarn…that is no yarn!
Aston Martin has revealed the formation of the ‘Aston Martin Wings Series’, highlights Iain Robertson, which brings together all of the luxury marque’s aviation-related and linked promotional projects under a single, laudable, British banner.
Motorsport fans may recall a Sussex-based race-car manufacturer by the name of Elva, reports Iain Robertson, the rights to which have been acquired by one of the UK’s most successful carmakers of the modern era, McLaren Automotive.
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