A Jaguar XJ220, once the world’s fastest production car, stars at Historics at Brooklands on March 9.
Signalling the start of a wave of new models from Nissan, the all-new Note for Europe will make its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show on March 5.
Mercedes-Benz UK has launched a special edition of S-Class, the AMG Sport Edition, featuring significantly enhanced specification and priced from £69,995.
Škoda has unveiled the new Octavia Estate. Weeks after the launch of the Octavia Hatch, the third-generation Estate celebrates its world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show from March 5-17.
Bentley establishes a new luxury performance saloon benchmark with the launch of the new Flying Spur. Its most powerful four-door model ever makes its global debut at the Geneva Motor Show.
Volkswagen has confirmed that its XL1 Super Efficient Vehicle, the most fuel-efficient production car in the world, with a fuel consumption value of approx. 313 mpg, will go into production at the company’s Osnabrueck factory in Germany. The two-seater can also cover a distance of up to 50km in all-electric mode and with zero emissions.
The A3 e-tron petrol/electric hybrid – capable of up to 188mpg – adds to the roster of highlights on the Audi stand at the Geneva Motor Show. Integrating a conventional petrol engine and an electric motor, the advanced plug-in hybrid offers performance, efficiency and complete freedom from ‘range anxiety’.
Goodwood is honouring the Porsche 911 with the main Central Feature at the Festival of Speed from July 11-14. The bespoke 911-inspired sculpture promises to be a highly distinctive ‘art installation’ and will be displayed prominently outside Goodwood House.
The new Citroën C3 will make its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month.