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On this day in auto history – June 16th

16-06-2020

It was on this day in 1903 that the Ford Motor Company was founded in Detroit by a 39-year-old Henry Ford.

Toyota Reaches UK Landmark

15-06-2020

One of the world’s leading car manufacturers is celebrating a major landmark after the 4.5 millionth vehicle was produced at its Derbyshire plant.

JLR Post Massive Loss

15-06-2020

Jaguar Land Rover have announced a disappointing set of financial results for the year ending March 31st 2020.

On this day in auto history – June 15th

15-06-2020

It was on this day in 1993 that champion British racing driver, James Hunt, passed away suddenly at the age of just 45.

On this day in auto history – June 14th

14-06-2020

It was on this day in 1961 that the UK government first unveiled push-button controlled pedestrian crossings.

On this day in auto history – June 13th

13-06-2020

It was on this day in 1993 that the first ever Goodwood Festival of Speed was held.

Roadworks Motorway Limit May Be Raised To 60mph

12-06-2020

A major new trial by Highways England could see an end to the frustrating 50mph speed limits around motorway roadworks, with a higher 60mph limit planned.

MOT Delay Could Leave 1.6 Million Unsafe Cars On Roads

12-06-2020

There were five million fewer cars put through their MOT between April and May compared to the previous year due coronavirus lockdown restrictions.

On this day in auto history – June 12th

12-06-2020

It was on this day in 2003 that the second-generation Audi A3 first went on sale in the UK to much fanfare.

Tesla Most Valuable Car Company In The World

11-06-2020

Fresh from the successful launch of his SpaceX project, Tesla founder Elon Musk has seen shares in his car company go beyond $1,000.