Dealer/Importer News Archive
Volkswagen is launching an SUV coupé on the European market for the first time. The new Taigo, compact crossover, made its European debut this morning.
Seat has appointed three new Cupra dealers throughout Ireland, bringing to four its total dealer network here. The current Cupra retailer, Bright Cupra Airside in
The connectivity functions in modern vehicles bring a host of benefits, but can also pose a risk in terms of tampering and unauthorised access to data.
As part of its ongoing awareness campaign, ECOBAT Battery Technologies (ECOBAT), the pan-European business behind Lucas Batteries, has catapulted the globally recognised brand back into the limelight as
E.ON and Nissan have successfully deployed 20 vehicle-to-grid (V2G) chargers as part of a trial to demonstrate how electric vans and cars could play a
World-renowned performance brake and clutch system manufacturer, AP Racing, has partnered with BAC (Briggs Automotive Company) to develop the brand new generation of the BAC Mono supercar. The leading motorsport and OEM component supplier is providing specialist brake calipers and
The UK’s best new electric (EV) and plug-in hybrid (PHEV) cars for every budget have been revealed at the inaugural What Car? Electric Car Awards.
Renault is bringing forward VAT reduction giving customers €1,000 VAT back on the Renault Zoe in August. Renault boasts that its new Zoe Z.E. 50
In June 2020, the next generation of a lighting technology premiered in the Audi Q5. The digital OLED technology, with organic light-emitting diodes (so-called OLEDs),
Suzuki tells us that their Ignis model line has undergone a facelift, with renewed styling and powertrain. While retaining the design characteristics of the current