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by Seán Creedon When the electric Renault Zoe was launched three years ago Paddy Magee, the MD of Renault in Ireland had a good idea to try and encourage motorists to at least think...
With an off-road heritage spanning almost 70 years, Toyota's iconic Land Cruiser remains unique in its segment for its ability to combine outstanding quality, durability and reliability with peerless off-road performance and ever greater levels of luxury,...
Presenting the ID.4, which is celebrating its digital world premiere. This is Volkswagen’s first fully electrically driven SUV generating zero local emissions and is produced with a carbon-neutral balance. It will be launching into the world’s largest...
Ford has further expanded the new Puma range with additional powertrain and equipment level options – offering the most comprehensive line-up yet for the SUV-inspired compact crossover. Customers can now choose from Puma models...
Renault is continuing to expand its model range with the All-New Arkana SUV set to go on sale across Europe from 2021. The mid-sized compact SUV offers a standout exterior design with a strong coupé silhouette, increased refinement,...
— Audi Ireland to host virtual Seeing is Believing A3 event Audi Cork is hosting a virtual event for all car enthusiasts to introduce the eagerly anticipated Audi A3. To celebrate the arrival of the...
The SEAT Board of Directors chaired by Volkswagen Group Chief Executive Officer Herbert Diess has appointed Wayne Griffiths as the new President of the SEAT company, effective October 1st. Griffiths will also continue as...
The Covid-19 crisis has presented new challenges for mobility, with social distancing impacting public transportation, the flow of traffic being affected by more deliveries, and increasing concerns regarding personal health and well-being. Now, a...
With the arrival here of its new, more specious eSprinter van (pictured above), Mercedes-Benz is now offering fleet owners a two-model, all-electric e-van choice that it says ‘will equip them to demonstrate their eco-friendly credentials’.
by Seán Creedon Korean company Kia had a great end to 2019 when their e-Soul was voted Continental Irish Car of the Year, the first time that an electric car won this prestigious award.

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