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Renault is introducing a new higher-powered engine on its Captur crossover. The 1.5-litre 110 hp diesel engine brings more power and torque while still returning impressive fuel economy and emissions.

Renault is introducing a new higher-powered engine on its Captur crossover. The 1.5-litre 110 hp diesel engine brings more power and torque while still returning impressive fuel economy and emissions.

Nissan has blazed a trail by driving its unique glow-in-the-dark zero-emission Leaf along the world's first glow-in-the-dark motorway in Oss, Netherlands.

Nissan has blazed a trail by driving its unique glow-in-the-dark zero-emission Leaf along the world’s first glow-in-the-dark motorway in Oss, Netherlands.

A rare 1965 Jensen C-V8 will command attention on the Heritage Classic Car Insurance stand at the forthcoming Restoration & Classic Car Show at Birmingham’s NEC on March 28-29.

A rare 1965 Jensen C-V8 will command attention on the Heritage Classic Car Insurance stand at the forthcoming Restoration & Classic Car Show at Birmingham’s NEC on March 28-29.

The new Jeep Renegade marks a series of firsts in the company’s history. It is Jeep’s first entry into the small SUV segment. It is also the first Fiat Chrysler car to be jointly developed by Italian and American engineers and the first Jeep to be built in Europe but sold in the USA.

The new Jeep Renegade marks a series of firsts in the company’s history. It is Jeep’s first entry into the small SUV segment. It is also the first Fiat Chrysler car to be jointly developed by Italian and American engineers and the first Jeep to be built in Europe but sold in the USA.

More than 80 lots will be going under the hammer in Silverstone Auctions’ sale at the Practical Classics Restoration Show next Saturday, March 28. Highlights include a 1959 Jaguar XK150 S that requires little more than the exterior finishing to restore it to its former glory. It is estimated at £52,000 to £60,000.

More than 80 lots will be going under the hammer in Silverstone Auctions’ sale at the Practical Classics Restoration Show next Saturday, March 28. Highlights include a 1959 Jaguar XK150 S that requires little more than the exterior finishing to restore it to its former glory. It is estimated at £52,000 to £60,000.

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