On this day in auto history - January 25th


It was on this day in 2016 that – 68 years after it was launched - the final Land Rover Defender rolled off a production line at Jaguar Land Rover’s Solihull plant.

JLR’s New Pod Guided By The Lights


Jaguar Land Rover’s trials of automated vehicle technology have taken a new turn, one which will be indicated by lights.

Ford Facing $800m Reverse If Britain Crashes Into Hard Brexit


Ford Motor Group has issued a stark warning ahead of the UK’s planned exit from the European Union in March claiming it could lose the equivalent of £613 million in revenues.

On this day in auto history - January 24th


It was announced on this day in 2007, to the surprise of many, that the Vauxhall Astra had officially been Europe’s best selling vehicle of 2006

Why A Minor Crash Could Cost You More Than You Might Think


More than half of British motorists are prepared to avoid telling their car insurance provider about a minor accident according to a new survey.

E-Niro Claims What Car? Car Of The Year Award


An electric vehicle has won one of the most prestigious awards in the motoring industry, the first time an EV has claimed the top prize.

On this day in auto history - January 23rd


It was on this day in 2008 that a young Arab businessman paid a near world record price for a personalised number

Dyson Appoint Former BMW Boss To EV Project


Dyson’s electric car project has taken a major step forward with two significant announcements this week.

Nissan LEAF Breaks New Ground In Norway


After being confirmed as the top-selling electric car in Europe yet again, Nissan have reached new heights with the LEAF in Scandinavia.

On this day in auto history - January 22nd


On this day in 1944, Henry Ford II - grandson of company founder Henry Ford - was elected vice-president of Ford in a move which would soon see him assume the company presidency at the tender age of just 25