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Weekend Round Up: The week in brief 23rd-27th June

Diesel Car brings you the week’s news in one handy post. WeekendNews_Icon Here’s our weekend round-up for the week of 23rd-27th June 2014. 

The new SEAT Leon X-PERIENCE, with permanent four-wheel drive and all-road equipment, offers driving fun wherever you may choose to go. (Full story)

Vauxhall’s all-new Vivaro, launched today, secures 1,200 jobs at the UK’s last van manufacturing plant after workers won a 10-year contract and a £185 million investment. (Full story)

Alfa Romeo has collaborated with legendary music brand Marshall Amplification, one of the most recognisable names in guitar amps for more than 50 years, to create a one-off Alfa MiTo By Marshall concept car(Full story)

With the FIFA World Cup under way in Brazil, Renault is kicking off with its first special edition for this summer(Full story)

The Jaguar C-X17 has been honoured with an award for Concept Vehicle Interior Design at the Automotive Interiors Expo 2014 Awards. (Full story)

Ford today revealed the all-new Edge, a high tech smart utility vehicle that will go on sale across Europe for the first time in 2015. (Full story)

Volvo Car Group (Volvo Cars) has joined the Open Automotive Alliance to make the Android smartphone platform available to drivers through its new ground-breaking user interface. (Full story)

Boasting fresh design features and packed with extra technology, Nissan’s new and improved Juke is now in production for Europe. (Full story)

Volkswagen has announced pricing for its record-breaking XL1 model, the world’s most energy efficient production vehicle, which is now available to UK customers at £98,515 (RRP OTR). (Full story)

The new Focus ST makes its global debut at the Goodwood Festival of Speed – the ideal location to showcase the speed and enhanced driving dynamics of the global performance car. (Full story)

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