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New Volkswagen ID.Life Concept

14/09/21

The ID.Life is Volkswagen’s latest concept car. Due to arrive in 2025, the ID.Life could prove to be a significant car for the German manufacturer because of its competitive pricing.

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How do number plates work?

10/09/21

By law every car on UK roads must display a vehicle registration number, or ‘number plate’ as it’s otherwise known. This unique combination of letters and numbers allows every car to be identified.

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New Mercedes-Benz EQE

07/09/21

Mercedes-Benz have finally revealed the EQE – the EV E-Class equivalent. It becomes the German manufacturer’s second model to be underpinned by the EVA2 platform and looks ready for launch in 2022.

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17 Interesting facts about cars

03/09/21

Do you know any of these facts about cars?

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How do airbags work?

01/09/21

In 1951 the airbag was invented by Walter Linderer – an invention that would go on to save people’s lives every day.

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Is there enough space for more cars?

24/08/21

With increasing populations and constant automotive innovations, can our towns and cities cope with more cars?

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New BMW iX3 facelift and M Sport Trim

17/08/21

It hasn’t been around for long, but the new iX3 has already received a facelift. The reasoning for BMW’s changes is that it will keep the iX3’s styling in line with the X3, which underwent revisions earlier this year.

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New Audi skysphere Concept can change shape

12/08/21

Audi’s new concept, the skysphere, is a two-seater fully electric and autonomous car that has the ability to extend its wheelbase.

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Vauxhall Corsa becomes UK’s best-selling car in 2021 so far

10/08/21

According to the latest figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), 26,215 Corsas have been registered in the first 7 months of 2021.

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