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The Audi activesphere concept

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As the fourth model in the series, the Audi activesphere concept marks the culmination of sphere concept vehicles brought forth by the brand. Following on from the Audi skysphere roadster in 2021, and both the Audi grandsphere saloon, and...
After more than two decades, Ford is returning to Formula 1. The iconic American automaker and Red Bull Powertrains are entering into a longterm strategic technical partnership for the development of a next-gen hybrid power unit to be used...
The Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) this week released their official 231 new vehicle registrations statistics for January. New car registrations for the month of January were up 9.4% (27,364) when compared to January 2022 (25,014). Light Commercial vehicles (LCV)...

REVIEW: Mercedes S Class 580

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Over the years Mercedes has used lot of different letters to name their cars. The C and E classes are probably the most popular. But they also have an S Class where the S stands for Super. They currently...

The new BMW M3 CS

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BMW M GmbH will add a formidable special-edition model to its product range in 2023. The new BMW M3 CS is an exclusive high-performance car that combines supreme dynamic prowess with the everyday usability of an M3 saloon. With intelligent lightweight construction, the...
The new Nissan Qashqai has been declared the UK’s most reliable car after a survey of 50,000 consumers. The Qashqai emerged as the clear leader following an annual reliability survey conducted by respected consumer affairs organisation, Which?. The car achieved...
Despite lingering automotive industry challenges such as the Covid-19 pandemic, the shortage of electronic components and logistics issues, Dacia sold an impressive 573,800 vehicles in 2022, registering 6.8% growth compared with 2021. The brand also reached a significant milestone in 2022,...
Škoda positioned themselves as the 4x4 brand of choice back in 2010 during the so-called “Big Freeze”, when Ireland recorded the coldest winter in 130 years and the entire country was regularly engulfed in a thick blanket of snow. Following...
Earlier this week, The Lord Mayor of Dublin, Caroline Conroy, took receipt of the first car registered in the city for 2023.  Tradition dictates that each year, the first citizen of Dublin has the first car registered in the capital...
The fully electric New 500 has retained its best small electric car for the city and best convertible for value titles at the What Car? 2023 Awards, gaining further recognition amongst industry experts and collecting 37 prizes in total,...

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