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On this day in auto history – June 3rd

03-06-2020

It was on this day in 2005 that Radio 2 presenter Sarah Kennedy - famous for coining the phrase “white van man” - was made honorary president of the first Ford Transit Owners Club.

Porsche Launches Retro 50s-Style 911

02-06-2020

German supercar brand Porsche has unveiled  a 1950s style limited edition Heritage design 911, which comes with a decidedly 2020 price tag.

UK Motor Industry Produced Less Than 200 Cars In April

02-06-2020

UK car output for 2020 could be lower than one million for only the second time since the dark days of the 1980s according to figures published by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.

On this day in auto history – June 2nd

02-06-2020

It was on this day in 1970 that iconic New Zealand-born racing driver/designer Bruce McLaren - founder of the highly successful Formula One team - died after a testing crash at Goodwood, Sussex.

Renault Announces Huge Job Losses

01-06-2020

French car manufacturer Renault has announced a significant raft of job losses, aiming to make savings of €2bn over the next three years.

Lexus Drivers Top Service Satisfaction

01-06-2020

A new survey of more than 18,000 drivers has found which car brand provides the best franchised service, but also revealed that independent services rank best.

On this day in auto history – June 1st

01-06-2020

It was on this day in 1935 that a compulsory driving test was first introduced in Britain.

On this day in auto history – May 31st

31-05-2020

It was on this day in 2014 that American singer/actress Miley Cyrus had a new custom-built Maserati Quattroporte sedan stolen in a high-profile burglary at her Los Angeles home.

On this day in auto history – May 30th

30-05-2020

It was on this day in 1897 that pioneering manufacturer, Alexander Winton, demonstrated the first American-built automobile.

On this day in auto history – May 29th

29-05-2020

It was on this day in 1919 that the very first Citroen car, the Type A, went into production.