Land Rover puts fans inside the New Defender on the set of No Time To Die, the 25th official James Bond film, in a teaser video released to announce its continued partnership with EON Productions.
With the e-Expert, Peugeot says it is increasingly committed to electrifying its models to achieve its ambition of a 100 per cent electrified LCV range by 2021. The market is experiencing increased legislation and the implementation of ultra low emission zones in key cities, with the potential of only allowing zero emission vehicles in the future.
Volvo is offering British car buyers one year’s free electricity to charge their new plug-in hybrid car, with the launch of its Take Charge campaign. The offer is available across Volvo’s range of plug-in hybrid models.
Vauxhall will launch the new Vivaro-e next year, the pure battery electric version of its best-selling medium van. Following the addition of the all-electric Corsa-e and plug-in hybrid Grandland X Hybrid4 to its product range, the Vivaro-e marks the next chapter in Vauxhall’s electrification strategy.
Nissan has revamped its mid and full-size van range, updating both the NV300 and NV400 with more efficient engines, new interiors and smart tech options. The new models feature more efficient powertrains meeting new Euro 6d-TEMP emissions standards, with cleaner engines and reduced NOx.
Citroën UK has introduced a new Swappage Scheme – effective for the remainder of 2019 – across some of its most popular models. Customers who have owned a car or van – of any make and model – for more than 90 days, which was first registered before 1 January 2013, can trade it in and receive a Swappage discount of £5,000 (including VAT) off a new, lower emissions C3 Aircross Compact SUV, C5 Aircross SUV or C4 Cactus Hatch.
Toyota’s C-HR crossover has undergone its first important updates since its launch in 2016. Well-established as one of the brand’s best-selling models in the UK, it now boasts an all-hybrid line-up and benefits from new equipment features and dynamic improvements.
Skoda is preparing to launch the fourth generation of the Octavia, which has grown in size and is longer and wider than its predecessor. Nearly two thirds of all Octavia buyers opt for the estate body style and today, the Octavia is the bestselling estate in Europe and the most popular import car in Germany. Skoda will therefore launch the estate variant of the Octavia first; with the launch of the following a few weeks later.
The two groups say that discussions have opened a path to the creation of a new group “with global scale and resources” owned 50 per cent by Groupe PSA shareholders and 50 per cent by FCA shareholders.
The SEAT Mii electric has now opened for ordering across the manufacturer’s UK dealer network on 24th October. The fully-electric city car marks the first chapter in SEAT’s electrification programme. Priced from £19,300 (including Plug-in Car Grant), the Mii electric…