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  • Energy supplier announces new ‘vehicle-to-grid’ charging initiative
    An innovative energy supplier has revealed a new domestic ‘vehicle-to-grid charger’ which is set to be rolled out this summer. Created by Ovo Energy, the system allows owners of electric vehicles to sell surplus energy from their cars back to the National Grid. This could help supply UK homes and...
  • Brabham Automotive reveals details and image of upcoming BT62 supercar
    Brabham Automotive has released more details of its upcoming first car, along with a first look at the rear of the vehicle. The Brabham BT62 will be powered by an in-house 5. 4-litre, naturally aspirated V8 engine that will give the 972kg car a power-to-weight ratio of 720bhp-per-tonne. Helping to...
  • Renault introduces new trim level to Kadjar range
    A new trim level has been introduced to the Renault Kadjar’s line-up, bringing better value for money and an enhanced look to the compact crossover. The new Dynamique SE Nav grade will above Dynamique S Nav in the line-up, and below Signature Nav. Extra equipment over S Nav includes a...
  • Jaguar launches 300 Sport Edition range with race victory against Olympic gold medalist
    Jaguar has launched its new 300 Sport Edition range straight to victory in a gripping race on ice against a champion Olympic speed skater. The British firm has introduced the 300 Sport trim level to its XE, XF and XF Sportbrake – with the first of those competing against gold...
  • Ducati motorcycles get radar technology from 2020
    Ducati has announced that it is developing radar technology for its motorcycles which could be introduced as soon as 2020. The Italian bike builder is looking to increase rider safety levels through the utilisation of sensors and radars, which would be able to identify vehicles in blind sports, or warn...
  • Porsche and Audi offices in Germany raided by legal officials
    German legal officials have carried out raids on Porsche and Audi offices in Stuttgart and Ingolstadt. Prosecutors from Stuttgart and Munich, as well as around 160 police officers, went to a total of 10 sites in the German states of Baden-Wurttemberg and Bavaria. The raids were part of a fraud...


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