From Vauxhall to Toyota, some of the biggest Van brands in the UK showcased the latest tech and concepts. Let’s take a look at some of the top vans to watch from the Commercial Vehicle Show 2021.
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In early September, Munich played host to the first major motor show since the pandemic started. From the fresh body designs to the changes in engine types appearing, it was apparent that there’s been a big change in the motor industry in the last 18 months.
While many celebrities do live up to the image that we expect them to, some of them feel like they don't need to impress anyone. While many A-listers can be spotted in the worlds flashiest cars, here is a list of surprising celebrities that actually choose to drive cheaper cars.
The climate crisis is now, without a doubt, one of the biggest issues facing our planet today. With there being so much investment in F1, many have claimed that it gives them a duty to lead the way in tackling climate change. Let’s take a look at what McLaren has done to reduce their environmental impact.
The world’s fourth-largest automaker and Vauxhall owner Stellantis has stated that he would invest more than £26 billion in electric vehicles by the end of 2021.
David Beckham has taken a 10 percent stake in Lunaz, as the former England football captain expands his portfolio of investments in startups.
In the build up to car dealerships opening their doors, the number of new cars registered in the UK rose by 11.5%.
Mr Luca de Meo, boss of Renault, has claimed that the French firm will become the “greenest car brand in Europe” by 2030. De Meo has even gone as far as promising that nine of 10 cars they sell will feature an electrified powertrain.