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MaxGEE AntiMist Treatment 500ml

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Spray evenly onto the glass surface to be cleaned.
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Ex-Fiat Chrysler boss Sergio Marchionne dies, aged 66
Richard Ingram 2018-07-25 11:35 Former Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne has died just days after being replaced as brand boss due to ill health Sergio Marchionne, the man responsible for turning around the fortunes of the FCA (Fiat Chrysler) Group, has died aged 66. Brit Mike Manley replaced Marchionne as Fiat Chrysler CEO only last week, as the Italian’s health worsened following surgery on his shoulder. The tragic news appeared online this morning, after it was confirmed by Fiat holding company Exor NV. • Mike Manley replaces Sergio Marchionne as Fiat Chrysler boss In a statement, John Elkann, chairman of the controlling Agnelli family said: “Unfortunately, what we feared has come to pass. Sergio Marchionne, man and friend, is gone. "I believe that the best way to honour his memory is to build on the legacy he left us, continuing to develop the human values of responsibility and openness of which he was the most ardent champion," Elkann sa... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-07-25 11:23:51

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Ex-Fiat Chrysler boss Sergio Marchionne dies, aged 66

Richard Ingram 2018-07-25 11:35 Former Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne has died just days after being replaced as brand boss due to ill health Sergio Marchionne, the man responsible for turning around the fortunes of the FCA (Fiat Chrysler) Group, has died aged 66. Brit Mike Manley replaced Marchionne as Fiat Chrysler CEO only last week, as the Italian’s health worsened following surgery on his shoulder. The tragic news appeared online this morning, after it was confirmed by Fiat holding company Exor NV. • Mike Manley replaces Sergio Marchionne as Fiat Chrysler boss In a statement, John Elkann, chairman of the controlling Agnelli family said: “Unfortunately, what we feared has come to pass. Sergio Marchionne, man and friend, is gone. "I believe that the best way to honour his memory is to build on the legacy he left us, continuing to develop the human values of responsibility and openness of which he was the most ardent champion," Elkann sa... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-07-25 11:23:51

Electric car charging could cost more at peak times, says regulator

Hugo Griffiths 2018-07-23 15:50 Ofgem says 60 per cent more electric cars could be charged up if owners plug in during off-peak periods Owners of electric cars (EVs) could be incentivised with cheaper electricity rates or penalised with more expensive ones depending on when they charge their cars, according to the industry regulator. Ofgem says EV owners should be offered clearly signposted cheaper rates if they charge their cars during off-peak periods. But consumers plugging in their cars during times of high demand could face more expensive energy bills. Customers could also be charged less for electricity during sunny or windy periods, when more renewable energy is generated from solar farms and wind turbines. • These are the best electric cars Previous research from Ofgem has found that if 40 per cent of current car owners switched to an EV, almost a third all ‘low-voltage networks’ (which carry power from transformers to customers) would... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-07-23 15:29:28

Farting unicorn row: artist reaches settlement with Elon Musk

Tom Edwards from Colorado, who challenged Musk’s use of motif without attribution, reaches agreement with Tesla tycoonA Colorado artist says he has reached a settlement with Elon Musk after challenging the Tesla tycoon’s use of a farting unicorn motif that he had drawn as an ironic tribute to electric cars. Musk used the cartoon image on Twitter, without attribution, to promote his Tesla electric car range, and ignored Tom Edwards’ attempts to come to a licensing arrangement, telling the artist’s daughter it would be “kinda lame” to sue. Continue reading...... [more]
www.theguardian.com : 2018-07-21 10:28:03

Nissan Leaf Nismo - Electric hot hatch debuts in Japan

Antony Ingram 20 Jul 2018 Nissan has finally revealed a production variant of the Leaf Nismo, the warmed-over EV first presented in concept form at the 2017 Tokyo motor show. Looking almost identical to the concept and based on the production Nissan Leaf now on sale across the world, the Nismo version focuses mainly on chassis and visual enhancements, though Nismo does promise a retuned computer to improve response to accelerator inputs. The subtext of that is that the Nismo is unlikely to produce any more power than the standard Leaf’s 148bhp output. If the changes unleash more torque we may still see improvements on the existing model’s 8.3-second 0-62mph dash, though the upshot is that we’re looking at a warm hatch rather than a hot one. Image 2 of 25 Image 2 of 25 Still, the performance was among the new Leaf’s stronger suits when we first drove the car before the Tokyo show last year. More of an issue was the car’s unremarkable handling... [more]
www.evo.co.uk : 2018-07-20 14:43:19

Hyundai confirms development of new ‘halo’ sports car

Jonathan Burn 2018-07-20 12:40 A new halo model that will sit within Hyundai’s N division is in the pipeline Hyundai’s new N performance brand will develop its own standalone vehicle, the company’s Vice President of high-performance and motorsport Thomas Schemera has confirmed.  The launch of the i30 N hatch and fastback, along with the Velsoter N, which will not go on sale in the UK, is the “completion of the first phase of N vehicles,” according to Schemera. • Best performance cars on sale The next step in the development of the N brand is a bespoke, standalone model. Schemera added: “The whole idea is to strengthen the Hyundai brand, to bring more emotion.  “I can tell you Albert Biermann [Hyundai engineering boss] and myself are interested in hot things and have some ideas in the pipeline for a halo model - rest assured we are coming up with something.” Auto Express understands there is still an internal debate going on withi... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-07-20 12:38:37

Low-carbon E10 petrol could be introduced at UK forecourts

Hugo Griffiths 2018-07-20 11:55 Government launches public consultation on E10 petrol, which could reduce greenhouse gas emissions in new cars A public consultation has been launched on introducing E10 petrol to the UK marketplace. The fuel, which contains 10 per cent bioethanol compared to the 5 per cent contained within current unleaded, is said to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2 per cent. But while all new cars sold in the European Union from 2011 must be able to run on E10 petrol, the Government estimates it remains unsuitable for around a million UK cars. E10’s higher bioethanol content can dislodge deposits in older engines and fuel systems, causing blockages, and it can also cause some seals, gaskets, metals and plastics to corrode in unsuitable vehicles. • Petrol or diesel: which is best for your needs? In recognition of this, the Department for Transport is investigating whether E10 should be introduced to UK petrol stations, and if... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-07-20 11:41:13

DS X E-Tense concept review

Image 1 of 20 Image 1 of 20 18 Jul, 2018 4:00pm James Batchelor We get behind the wheel of the DS X E-Tense concept in France concept cars fulfill an important role for any self respecting car manufacturer. Often they’re little more than a showcase for the type of design future models will be wearing, but the DS X E-Tense from DS Automobiles is a little different. DS says the X E-Tense is a preview of the types of cars we may be buying in 2035; and it’s not just a static dream as the car actually drives. Keen to see what the future may be like in just 15 years time, Auto Express was invited to a secret military base in France to go for a spin.   You’ll have noticed by now that the car looks a little bizarre. While most concepts are perfectly proportioned, the X E-Tense is asymmetrical. “We designed it like this because we wanted to emphasis the dual purpose nature,” DS’s design director, Thierry Metroz, tells us. “Th... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-07-18 15:58:14

Vinfast previews SUV and sedan ahead of 2018 Paris Show debut

Vietnamese car company VinFast will unveil the first models of its upcoming line-up at the upcoming 2018 Paris motor show.... [more]
feedproxy.google.com : 2018-07-18 14:32:16

New VinFast SUV and saloon to launch at Paris Motor Show

Hugo Griffiths 2018-07-18 11:45 Paris motor show to host brand-new Vietnamese carmaker, showcasing new Pininfarina-styled models to go on sale in 2019 VinFast, a brand-new Vietnamese car company, is to launch its first ever models at the Paris motor show in October. The as-yet unnamed saloon and SUV will go on sale in Vietnam in September 2019, with the company planning to launch in other markets in the coming years. • 2018 Paris motor show preview Details of the models’ technical specifications are noticeably absent at present, but VinFast has commissioned Italian car design firm Pininfarina to style them. The images released by VinFast show both the SUV and saloon have distinctive radiator grilles, with a V-shaped motif formed by a pair of swooping LED running lights. The computer-rendered images show the saloon (above) to have swollen rear arches reminiscent of the Maserati Ghibli, and a front end that echoes the Levante, while the SUV’s des... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-07-18 11:35:08

“Car makers haven’t forgotten how to keep us grinning”

Steve Fowler 2018-07-18 11:30 Steve Fowler thinks that sprinkling a little RS, ST, GTI or Type R fun-dust on electric cars could mean happy days ahead Let's face it, this year hasn’t exactly been one that’s focused on what we love most about our cars; their ability to put a smile on our faces. So this week we’re delighted to have a fun-packed issue that proves the car makers haven’t forgotten how to keep us grinning behind the wheel. And that’s exactly what we’ve been doing with some of the best hot hatchbacks we’ve ever driven. The joy of turning what is otherwise a run-of-the-mill hatch into something that can thrill on even the most mundane trip to the shops (and then handle the groceries when you get there, too) is something we Brits have been enjoying for years. • JLR doesn't know if it can remain British after a hard Brexit So it’s great to finally get the latest Renault Sport Mégane on to UK roads against two of our curren... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-07-18 11:30:20


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