A clear icon of British engineering there can hardly be anyone around the word. from the deep jungle areas of Africa, to the southern tips of south America that would not recognised this traditional Land Rover design. Continue reading Historic Day, Defender Production Stops
The Volkswagen emission scandal is reverberating throughout the industry to the point that Renault are also calling back 15000 of its cars for issues relating to Co2 emissions. After investigators discovered that their vehicles delivered different results on real tests to that done by Renault, they were forced to recall them and now suggest they have a solution to the misinformation. Continue reading Renault Recall 15000 Unsold Vehicles
Vauxhall Motors is a UK firm and is a sub company of General Motors (the largest automaker company in the world) Wilson Alexander started the company in 1856 in London but he did not do cars then, more iron works and it was not until the early 1900 Continue reading The history of vauxhall
Teesside is not always seem as the UK’s strongest point of manufacturing anymore and even less so on Redcar where there its main steel employer opens and closes factories every few years. Continue reading The Quiet Success IN Teesside
We may have all worked in environments where staff have been light fingered and stole something from their employers, but this must be seen as an extreme case. A former Jaguar Land Rover worker Continue reading Employees Stole Jaguar Parts Up To £2m
There can be few vehicles that has had the history of the famous Land Rover and with the Defender model ending its production life soon a new tour has opened at its factory in Solihull. Continue reading Tour Replica Land Rover Production Line
Last year saw a big increase in vehicle recalls and so car manufacturers are now demanding better quality control from their suppliers, mainly car part manufacturers. Taking this personally is Japan who are set to invest millions in machinery and equipment that with inspect components to level not seen before. Continue reading Extra Recalls Means More Pressure
With new pictures appearing of the Mazda 2 which looks superb, the debate on the forums, are either, “I want one”, or it’s just a re-badged Fiesta. So the question rises about the importance of brand and why would you want to buy any model, that is pretty much the same as another except for a different badge and a few trims differences. Continue reading How Many Platforms Do We Need?