Sunday 26 March 2017
Affordable Tipo pushes Fiat back into the mainstream
If you’re old enough to remember the original Fiat Tipo then, well, then you’re probably about as old as me. Welcome to middle age. Bones started creaking yet? That original Tipo was actually quite cutting edge, styled by the IDEA industrial design research centre, boasting Sierra space in an Escort-sized body (See? Dating myself again…) and coming with an innovative (if rather unreliable) all-digital dashboard. It was also one of the first cars...read more...
Range Rover Velar fills the gap between Evoque and Range Rover Sport
Land Rover has become the latest car maker to attempt to find niches within niches and has identified a gap between the compact Range Rover Evoque and the larger Range Rover Sport. That gap will be filled by this, the Range Rover Velar. The Velar has been launched, both at the Geneva motor show, and at a special event in London’s Design Museum, where it will remain on display as part of an exhibit called ‘Reductionism’, showcasing the philosophy of...read more...
Monaghan & Sons honoured at SKODA National Challenge
Hazel Farrell and Joe Noone from Monaghan & Sons ŠKODA, Galway took second place in their categories at the National Finals of the ŠKODA Challenge earlier this month. The ŠKODA Challenge is now in its seventh year and Irish ŠKODA employees have been key contenders in the competition throughout that time. Hazel Farrell, originally from Roscommon, was a finalist in the Parts & Accessory Sales Person category. She has worked for Monaghan...read more...
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- Opel’s Insignia estate to join saloon this summer
- Peugeot’s 3008 picks up European Car Of The Year award
- Land Rover reveals new Range Rover Velar
- Kia wants to take on BMW with the Stinger GT
- Arteon is VW’s slick new four-door coupe
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