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As we operate one of the most current and up-to-date automotive websites on the Internet, Iain Robertson summarises some of the minor news stories that we hope you will find interesting, while checking back through our growing archive, you will find more detailed information on many of the core subjects.
Calling it the first C-segment hot coupe, writes Iain Robertson, may be stretching credibility a touch but, armed with 272bhp, the new Fastback version of the South Korean carmaker’s popular i30 model is sure to turn heads and change opinions.
Ever since Land Rover deserted the ‘proper’ 4WD market, only three manufacturers have flown a more serious flag, states Iain Robertson, which underscores the value of SUVs in some respects but, focussing on the Merc, also narrows the field of choice.
VW has been earning a reputation as the consummate range-filler, resulting from its Group product breadth, reports Iain Robertson, as it rationalises its mid-size SUV offering, while dabbling in its immense availability of suitable components.
Said by Mercedes-Benz to be not only the most emotional vehicle in its class, but also hugely intelligent, highlights Iain Robertson, the new CLA hopes to dispel its former ‘melted cheese’ image with a stretched form and greater aerodynamic efficiency.
Having already latched onto the ‘Van of the Year’ status with its PSA-Vauxhall Combo, reports Iain Robertson, Vauxhall’s former IBC factory at Luton (all that remains of the former car-producing giant) will resonate with new Vivaro very soon.
Classic rock and pop songs provide more of a mood-boost for drivers, states Iain Robertson, than modern day hits, according to a nationwide motorists’ survey curated by the Spanish arm of the Volkswagen Group, Seat UK.
Applauding Hyundai’s design enterprise, Iain Robertson appreciates that more specialised equipment is essential for the emergency services and showing this remarkable concept at January’s CES event is more than just stepping out.
Nissan is spreading its wings, suggests Iain Robertson, with a number of technological advancements not strictly reserved for the under-bonnet of its British-built and unceasingly successful SUV model range.
Ever since Audi acquired Italian supercar manufacturer, Lamborghini, Iain Robertson held his breath in the hope that (firstly) he might be able to fit within its tight cockpit and (secondly) that it might be more attainable by enthusiasts.
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