Some 1.5 million UK motorists could be relying on hydrogen power within two decades.
That’s according to a Government/industry study that concludes that hydrogen-fueled vehicles will be mainstream by 2030.Read more >
Motoring journalists in Wales have honoured two very different centres of power in the principality.
At a ceremony on Friday members of the Welsh Motoring Writers presented their two annual awards to RAF Valley and the Welsh Automotive Forum.Read more >
London’s ExCel exhibition centre is to host a new motor show – five years after hosting what to date has been the last British International Motor Show.
The Future Drive Motor Show will take place at the venue in London’s docklands between 5th-12th May 2013.Read more >
The UK is a shining light in an otherwise bleak European car market, according to Vauxhall chairman and managing director Duncan Aldred.
Speaking after the unveiling of the new Adam city car in Paris, Aldred says that manufacturers in Continental Europe are looking with envy at the UK market.Read more >
BMW has delivered a further boost to the UK motor industry by revealing it is to build a new generation of engines at its Ham Hall plant in Birmingham.
The announcement was made by BMW Board member Ian Robertson at the SMMT 2012 International Automotive Summit in Canary Wharf, London.Read more >
Nissan has announced that an all-new mid-sized hatchback will be produced at its UK plant in Sunderland from 2014.
The news comes only a month after it was announced that Sunderland will build a new B-segment car, likely to replace the current Note and based on the Invitation concept (pictured).Read more >
Car manufacturing in Britain jumped by almost a quarter in February, on the strength of surging exports.
The positive figures are yet more good news for the industry, days after Jaguar Land Rover announced a move to 24-hour production with 1,000 more jobs at its Merseyside plant.Read more >