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Financial Times

BMW proposes x-ray glasses to ease parking

BMW is launching augmented reality glasses that allow drivers to see ‘through’ the car when parking. The goggles communicate with the vehicle, so when the driver engages reverse and glances over their shoulder, the car in effect ‘disappears’.

Accelerating car sales drive Italy’s recovery hopes

New car registrations have risen across Italy in January, leading to hopes that the country might emerge from three years of recession to finally post GDP growth in 2015.

The Times

View to a killing: Aston Martin for record £1.4m

A very rare Aston Martin has been sold for a record £1.4m at an auction at Bonhams, Paris. The DB5, the same model driven by James Bond in several movies, was one of only dozens made as a left-hand drive.

Ferrari announces 458 replacement

Ferrari has announced the car that is to replace the 458 Italia, the 488 GTB. The new model breaks with tradition, and risks upsetting the Ferrari faithful as the 488 swaps the naturally aspirated pedigree of its predecessor, for a volumetrically smaller, turbocharged engine.

Jaguar’s road reduced to a rich purr

Global retail sales at Jaguar Land Rover fell in the Christmas trading quarter, but the British marque still made pre-tax profits of £685m. The firm struggled to match the previous year’s booming sales of the then newly launched Range Rover, Range Rover Sport and Jaguar F Type models, and before a sales push this year of new models of the Land Rover Discovery Sport and the Jaguar XE.

The Guardian

Driverless cars get green light

Motorists will not require a driving licence to use driverless cars. The news emerged yesterday as ministers prepared to allow the first trials on British roads. The decision is set to benefit the third of women without licences, the disabled, the elderly and busy parents, whose children could do the school-run unaccompanied.

The Daily Telegraph

Ford drives £1.7bn project forward

Ford has announced the final part of a £1.7bn expansion of its Spanish operations, in what it claimed was the biggest ever investment in the country’s auto industry. The move will give Ford’s Valencia plant the ability to build six different model lines, instead of the current four, begin exporting to markets outside Europe.

The Independent

Mercedes-Benz sales hit record after 14 per cent surge

Mercedes-Benz Sold 125,865 cars in January, a 14 per cent surge in sales compared to the previous year. The Stuttgart-based manufacturer said growth was driven by double-digit gains in Europe, China and the US.

The Sun

Fuel giants don’t pass on savings

the benefits from the falling oil price have not been passed on to motorists equally, as petrol prices have fallen significantly more than diesel. Petrol has fallen 20.8p per litre since a peak in October, while diesel prices have fallen by just 18.3p per litre. Industry experts have accused retailers of deliberately keeping the price of diesel higher, whilst luring drivers in with lower petrol prices.

Posted by Lois Hardy on 09/02/2015