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Carmakers braced for an end to growth run
Frankfurt’s motor show’s record of product unveilings comes amid worries for Chinese and US car markets.
Hyundai shifts gear up move upmarket
Hyundai Motor is planning its first high performance car for the mass market within two years, as the South Korean manufacturer tries to develop a more upmarket image.
Hydrogen fuel station lands next to the M1
On Thursday, a hydrogen refuelling station will open just of the M1 in Rotherham. It will mean that the first generation of hydrogen fuel cars – such as the Toyota Mirai, with ranges of 350 miles and more, the same as conventional petrol and diesel vehicles, can comfortably drive from London, around the north and drive home.
Tradition as family favourite
Vauxhall may be seen now as just another global volume brand, but it makes the claim that, although owned by the Americans of General Motors for 90 years, it is Britain’s longest continuously manufacturing car company.
Drivers stranded by dashboard lights
Confused motorists are finding themselves stranded by the roadside because dashboards in modern cars increasingly resemble the flight deck of the Starship Enterprise.
Driverless cars arrive on British streets
Britain’s first driverless cars will be revealed today, as scientists prepare to start full public trials of the technology in the UK. Two person pods will run pedestrian areas in Milton Keynes as part of a £19 million government backed scheme to develop autonomous vehicles.
The Daily Telegraph
Trucker’s app to combat stowaway migrants
An app has been launched to help lorry drivers report migrants who have stowed away in their vehicles. The app (BF Intelligence) will also allow drivers of heavy good vehicles to alert motorists to delays in affected areas.
Diesel drivers facing curbs in six cities
Diesel car owners are likely to face more restrictions on driving in city centres under government plans to improve air quality.
Paying on never-never drives new car sales
New car sales in Britain should continue to roar ahead because of motorists addiction to not owning their vehicle and personal contract purchase plans continuing.
Many drivers in bus lanes only turning left
The AA is calling on local authorities to apply more discretion when fining drivers for using bus lanes. The motoring organisation says being caught out by bus lane camera’s has overtaken parking tickets as the top complaint for drivers.
Drop in business confidence may suggest trouble for UK economy
Fresh doubts have emerged about the UK’s economic outlook, after the latest evidence suggests that growth is reliant on household spending, while manufacturers struggle with a strong pound, and the fallout from the downturn in China.