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ASTON MARTIN JOINS FORCES WITH SMMT INITIATIVE ON WOMEN IN ENGINEERING - 19 April 2018

Aston Martin has partnered with the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) to promote career opportunities in the automotive industry for women. The Women in Engineering event, held at the SMMT showroom in London earlier this week, highlighted the importance women play in design and... Read more

Why We Are Seeing More Vans On Our Roads - 04 April 2018

Did you know that vans are the fastest-growing traffic segment in the UK? There has been a 70% growth in road miles of vans over the last 20 years. The online shopping boom led to 7.2 billion packages to be delivered in the UK in 2016. In order to accommodate this, there has been a huge increase... Read more

7 cars they don’t make anymore, modernised - 18 January 2018

  The car industry has many legendary makes and models, quite a few of which are still going strong. But there are also classic cars that are no longer manufactured – and we think they should be. How might a modern SAAB look? Would the modern version of the iconic Plymouth Barracuda... Read more

ASTON MARTIN DELIVERS RECORD SALES GROWTH IN 2017 - 05 January 2018

Group upgrades full-year profit guidance as retail volumes rise 58% to more than 5,100 Strong demand for DB11 model lifts retail sales 58% year-on-year Unit sales exceed 5,000 for first time since 2008 Manufacturing at a nine-year high Group expects to exceed full-year EBITDA guidance of at... Read more

NISSAN ANNOUNCES FULL RANGE PRICING FOR NEW LEAF - 01 January 2018

Nissan announced its  full range pricing for the next generation of the world’s best-selling electric vehicle on rhe 1st January 2018. With first customer deliveries of the New LEAF starting in February 2018, entry-grade Visia models are available from just £21,990 (including... Read more

Latest Trends in Car Colours - 18 December 2017

White is officially the most popular colour of car! Probably because they do not charge extra for the lack of colour!! On average it costs £517 to get the car colour you really want. A clever marketing tactic to charge customers more. The details below show how the colour can affect the... Read more


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