Ineos Blow For UK Plants


Less than a week after the fanfare of the Ineos Grenadier reveal, the UK motor industry has received a blow after the company revealed it was reviewing its decision to build the 4x4 in Wales.

EV Charger Boom Predicted


There could be more than 350,000 homes in the UK fitted with electric vehicle charging points by 2025 according to one of the industry’s leading providers.

On this day in auto history - July 7th


It was on this day in 2007 that English inventor Jack Odell - the inspiration behind Matchbox Cars - passed away at the age of 87. 

Roadwork Speed Cameras Make Millions


Drivers in England and Wales who have been caught creeping past the speed limit at roadworks have been hit with fines totalling almost £10million.

Bond Car Complete With Gadgets Ready For Action


The first of 25 limited edition Aston Martin DB5 Goldfingers has rolled off the production line, complete with bullet proof glass and a host of other 007 gadgets.

On this day in auto history - July 6th


It was on this day in 1906 that John S. Gray – the major investor and inaugural president of Ford Motor Company - died suddenly, paving the way for Henry Ford to assume overall control of the company he had first inspired.

On this day in auto history - July 5th


It was on this day in 2006 that Chelsea FC owner, Roman Abramovich, paid a then-world record £285,000 for the licence plate VIP 1.

On this day in auto history - July 4th


It was on this day in 1935 that news emerged of the death of Andre Citroen.

Insurance Firms Pocket £1.3bn During Pandemic


Fewer cars on the roads means fewer accidents and that has meant that many car insurance firms have made healthy profits during the coronavirus lockdown.

On this day in auto history - July 3rd


It was on this day in 2003 that Tesla Motors was founded.