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    by Published on 05-06-2020 10:40 AM
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    • Final example of iconic 6¾-litre V8 engine completed in Crewe
    • Longest-serving V8 design in continuous production in history
    • 36,000 L-Series V8s produced over last 61 years
    • Last engine to power the thirtieth and final Mulsanne 6.75 Edition by Mulliner, an exclusive series that closes Mulsanne production

    The mighty Bentley 6¾-litre V8 engine – the longest serving V8 design in continuous production – has finally reached the end of its handcrafted manufacturing run. The final engine was assembled in Crewe yesterday by the dedicated team of seven people, who between them have a combined experience of 105 years building Bentley’s iconic V8 engine.

    In production for more than 60 years, and with the same configuration and bore spacing as the very first version from 1959, the last L-Series engine will spend its life powering the 30th and last specially commissioned Mulsanne 6.75 Edition by Mulliner. This bespoke series closes the Mulsanne’s production run, and celebrates the life of its iconic engine with a myriad of V8-inspired details including badging, blueprint graphics and even ventilation “organ stops” featuring a miniature version of the oil cap.

    Bentley’s Member of the Board for Manufacturing, Peter Bosch, comments: “Our venerable 6¾-litre V8 has powered the flagship Bentley for more than six decades, and so has earned its retirement. I am extremely proud of the generations of skilled craftspeople that have meticulously assembled every one of these engines by hand over the years. That this engine stood the test of time for so long is testament to the ingenious engineers who kept making the engine ever more powerful, refined and reliable. Now, we ...
    by Published on 05-06-2020 10:34 AM
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    • New, fourth-generation Octavia sets new standards for value and practicality
    • Three engines, two body styles and three trim levels from launch
    • Bold new design and new safety equipment
    • Prices start from £22,390 OTR - first deliveries in the summer
    • Range will expand with new models - including vRS iV – later this year
    • Launch PCP finance offer with £2,000 deposit contribution.


    ŠKODA is set to welcome the fourth-generation Octavia to the UK this summer and will open order books for its hotly-anticipated newcomer from today. The most advanced and sophisticated model ever to wear the Octavia badge, the all-new car builds on 60 years of Octavia tradition and once again sets new sector benchmarks for value, practicality and equipment.


    With a comprehensive launch range that consists of hatch and estate body styles, three engine options and a trio of value-packed trim grades: SE First Edition, SE Technology, and SE L First Edition, the Octavia is set to continue where it’s multi award-winning predecessor left off.

    The Octavia has been the backbone of the ŠKODA range in the UK for more than 20 years, and remains the brand’s biggest selling model to date. More than 2.5 million third-generation Octavias were sold worldwide, making it the most successful ŠKODA model ever.

    UK prices for the new Octavia range start from £22,390 OTR for the 1.5 TSI 150PS SE First Edition hatch model and rise to £29,515 OTR for the 2.0 TDI 150PS DSG Estate SE L First Edition. Retail customers looking to finance their new Octavia with a Solutions Personal

    Contract Plan (PCP) can take advantage of a generous launch ...
    by Published on 05-06-2020 10:29 AM
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    Initial facts about the new Arteon1: preview to the virtual world première on June 24th


    • Dynamic four-door fastback to be updated and additionally launched in second body type as the Arteon Shooting Brake
    • Comprehensive upgrade of the model line with new high-tech drives and intelligent comfort and assistance systems


    Wolfsburg (Germany) - The Arteon is Volkswagen’s Gran Turismo – avant-garde, full of energy and efficient. Volkswagen is now giving a first preview towards the new Arteon. Alongside the classic Gran Turismo, a second product line variant will also be available in future as a Shooting Brake. This model is both dynamic and elegant, and impresses with the flexible concept of an estate. Klaus Bischoff, Head of Volkswagen Group Design and Volkswagen brand’s Design department: “With the Arteon Shooting Brake we have created a new balance between speed, power and space.”


    Volkswagen will introduce a major update of the model line for the debut of the two Arteon versions. In the vehicle interior, the Arteon will be given a completely new cockpit environment to match the exclusive charisma of these models. Integrated here: the latest modular infotainment matrix (MIB3) systems to ensure the best possible connectivity. From a technological perspective, the drive range has been re- aligned, too.

    All engines feature high levels of efficiency as well as low emissions and powerful torque. This maximum efficiency is achieved by innovative, future-oriented engine and emissions technologies. Furthermore ...
    by Published on 05-06-2020 10:23 AM
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    Compelling performance and advanced quattro drive combine with ample scope for near-silent electric-only driving in new Audi executive class efficiency champion


    • New plug-in hybrid A6 50 TFSI e Saloon now available priced from £52,790 OTR
    • Choice of Sport, S line, Black Edition and Vorsprung specification options
    • 2.0 TFSI petrol engine and 105kW electric motor combine for 299PS of system power
    • 0-62mph in 5.5 secs, Vmax 152mph, WLTP CO2 35g/km
    • Electric range of up to 34 miles, electric-only top speed of up to 84mph
    • Only 10% BIK for company car drivers


    Audi has a new solution for executive class drivers who have financial and environmental considerations increasingly at front of mind, but who don’t want driving enjoyment to take a back seat. The new Audi A6 50 TFSI e plug-in hybrid delivers on both fronts, supplying 299PS via quattro drive for compelling performance and agility, and suppressing fuel consumption and CO2 output through extensive electric-only driving range capability and the use of intelligent predictive drive management for perfectly harmonised interaction between the 2.0 TFSI petrol engine and powerful 105kW electric motor. Available to order in the UK now in Saloon form, with an Avant version to follow later, the A6 50 TFSI e doesn’t compromise its executive class credentials in the pursuit of this parsimony – its luxury and in-car technology are as optimal as its efficiency, thanks to the fully digital cabin employing the latest MMI Touch operating concept, and to four sophisticated specification options, including the particularly unstinting Vorsprung.

    “Audi has a long and distinguished history in the executive class, but what is less ...
    by Published on 05-06-2020 10:16 AM
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    • 20,000 examples of the benchmark luxury SUV now built
    • Bentayga defined and has grown luxury SUV segment since launch
    • Four years of extraordinary adventures
    • Power, agility and record breaking performance
    • First step on Bentley’s journey to electrification and the future
    • Bentayga Highlights film released

    Bentley Motors has built the 20,000th Bentayga since the start of production and customers deliveries in 2016. The Bentayga remains the fastest and most luxurious SUV in the world, offering a true Bentley driving experience and showcasing unparalleled luxury combined with effortless performance and everyday usability.

    The multi-award-winning Bentayga set the luxury SUV benchmark back in 2016, offering customers the ultimate Grand Touring experience unrestricted by landscape or conditions. Go-anywhere driving ability and imperious luxury are the hallmarks of the Bentayga – powerful, individual and exquisite in equal measure, the Bentayga is for those who demand luxury without compromise. To summarise the car’s achievements, Bentley has today released a short film showing the car delivering on its promise of power, performance and luxury.

    Driving growth of the luxury SUV market sector


    The first customers received their vehicles at the start of 2016 and in the four years since, 20,000 Bentaygas have been handcrafted by the skilled workforce at the Bentley factory in Crewe. Each one has spent more than 100 hours on a dedicated production line, where a team of 230 craftspeople meticulously assemble every Bentayga by hand.

    Over the introduction of five derivatives and four different powertrains has provided greater opportunities for customers old and new to Bentley, to add to their portfolio.

    Generating demand also creates opportunity for competitors, however the Bentayga’s diverse ...
    by Published on 29-05-2020 09:58 AM
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    The RS models from Audi Sport GmbH are the dynamic spearheads of their respective product lines. They have a strong character that consists of distinct design differentiation, full everyday usability, effortless top performance, and a thrilling driving experience. This results from a relentless focus on minute details by the designers and development and test engineers, and it is perfected over numerous test drives around the world. This is a behind-the-scenes look at development work.

    The North Loop (Nordschleife) of the Nürburgring is a legend among race tracks:

    The 20.832-kilometre course is among the most challenging worldwide. And every single metre is truly a tough challenge: the compression at the Fuchsröhre, the kickbacks at the Karussell, or the jump at the Pflanzgarten. More than 80 percent of the course is driven with full power. With maximum load applied in fast motion, every kilometre on this course equates to multiple kilometres of regular road operation. 8,000 kilometres of endurance testing on the North Loop easily equates to a car’s entire lifetime. With its high demands, the North
    Loop is the benchmark for every performance car. If you can survive here, you can survive on the world’s roads.

    The North Loop can also tell a knowledgeable driver a lot about an automobile: Its strengths and weaknesses, precise handling to achieve fast lap times, easy controllability at the limit and, most of all, solid quality even in the most challenging conditions. This is why the North Loop is one of the fixed stars in the cosmos of vehicle development and testing at Audi Sport GmbH.

    A North Loop expert working for Audi Sport: Frank Stippler


    Frank Stippler is one of the people who know the “Green Hell” best. The 45-year-old was born in Cologne and lives in the Eifel region. He is connected with the history ...
    by Published on 29-05-2020 09:52 AM
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    • Bentley’s expertise in luxury and innovation combine to deliver the ultimate place to relax or work on the move
    • Beautiful materials combine with the latest technology
    • Rear Seat Entertainment, Naim audio and the Touch Screen Remote bring audio-visual technology to the fingertips
    • Integrated bottle cooler delivers chilled refreshments
    • An almost infinite number of ways to specify the rear cabin

    A range of rear cabin options for the all new Flying Spur showcases Bentley’s expertise in creating a modern cabin of unrivalled luxury and innovation. From the very start of development, the focus was on ensuring that passengers in the rear experience the same standard and quality as those in the front. Customers have the ability to select unique configurations tailoring the rear cabin to suit their desires and requirements.

    Through a range of optional equipment including Rear Seat Entertainment tablets, audio options up to the industry-leading Naim for Bentley system and even the luxury of an onboard two-bottle drinks cooler, the rear cabin of the Flying Spur is the ultimate place to work or relax while on the road.

    The new refrigerated bottle cooler can be found between the rear seats behind the centre armrest. With two levels of cooling from +6°C to -6°C and the ability to accommodate six 330ml soft drinks, four 500ml bottles or two full sized (750ml) champagne bottles, the cooler can be stocked to suit any journey. A completely new design means that the cooler is packaged into a much smaller space than the previous generation Flying Spur, meaning less intrusion into the vast 420 litre boot space.

    “The interior of the ...
    by Published on 29-05-2020 09:47 AM
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    • All-new SEAT Leon receives highly competitive projected total cost of ownership
    • Competitive P11D, BiK and strong residual values contribute to impressively low TCO
    • Launch models include petrol, diesel and mild hybrid variants
    • The range will be enhanced with PHEV models boasting a compelling 10% BiK
    • Entry-level Leon SE 1.0 TSI 110PS even more value for money than outgoing model
    • Leon achieves RVs of up to 41.4% after three years/60,000 miles according to CAP
    • Feature-packed 1.0 TSI SE Dynamic expected to be favourite among fleets
    • Order book now open for all-new Leon, with pricing starting at £19,855

    The all-new SEAT Leon has received outstanding total cost of ownership (TCO) estimates to further enhance its appeal to fleet decision makers and drivers.

    The bold new Leon impressively combines a competitive P11D and BiK with strong residual values to boast among the most competitive TCO in its class, costing as little as 24.6p* per mile over its lifetime*. The range now provides exceptional choice for all fleets, with efficient petrol and diesel models as well as mild hybrid and plug-in hybrid options.

    With its visual appeal and driving dynamics also attracting plaudits, the all-new Leon builds on the outstanding value for money proposition the previous generations were renowned for among fleets, making it even more affordable than the outgoing model.

    While the all-new SEAT Leon has only just opened for orders, it is already set to become a favourite among fleet managers, improving on the outgoing model with a distinct uplift in technology and quality alongside even more connectivity and safety features. ...
    by Published on 29-05-2020 09:41 AM
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    • Latest engine is offered exclusively on Life trim with manual gearbox
    • New entry-point to Golf ownership, priced at £23,300 RRP OTR
    • Golf now has six powertrains to choose from


    The new Volkswagen Golf line-up has been expanded further, with the addition of a 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine.


    The eighth-generation Golf opened for order in February 2020, with two 1.5-litre petrol engines and two 2.0-litre diesel units on offer, while a month later the advanced 1.5 eTSI mild-hybrid was made available. With the arrival of this frugal new powertrain option, the entry-price of the Golf is now £23,300 RRP OTR, for the Golf Life 1.0 TSI 110 PS 6-speed manual.

    With the compact, three-cylinder 1.0-litre turbocharged engine installed, the Golf is able to sprint to 62 mph from standstill in 10.2 seconds, before going on to a top speed of 126 mph (where permitted). The new engine results in the Golf being capable of returning between 49.6-53.3 mpg on the combined WLTP cycle, while emitting between 121-129 g/km of CO2 on the WLTP cycle.

    This new engine will be offered with a six-speed manual gearbox and only with Life trim. It features the efficient TSI Miller combustion process and a turbocharger with variable turbocharger geometry. The mild-hybrid version of this engine with standard dual clutch gearbox (DSG) will be available at a later date.

    The Golf range now starts with the 1.0-litre TSI 110 PS engine in Life trim. It is equipped as standard with 16-inch ‘Norfolk’ alloy wheels and automatic ...
    by Published on 22-05-2020 10:50 AM
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    • Networked Vehicle Dynamics Manager guarantees a new level of added performance
    • Design of new Golf GTI1 is characterised by a superior, sporty character
    • New Engine Start/Stop button pulses in red before the engine starts


    Agile drive, the running gear of dreams, unmistakable design, perfect ergonomics, unadulterated driving pleasure – that’s the DNA of a true sports car. At Volkswagen, this is represented by three letters: GTI. The eighth generation of the sporty Golf derivate is now on the way. The new Golf GTI is more digital, networked, more sharply designed and more active in motion than ever before. Its turbocharged engine generates 180 kW (245 PS). The new Vehicle Dynamics Manager intelligently manages the electromechanical running gear systems. Maximum dynamism, maximum comfort – Golf GTI combines both.

    Perfect front-wheel drive

    The eighth Golf GTI generation reflects front-wheel drive’s new status quo. The new Vehicle Dynamics Manager plays a decisive part here. “This higher-level control system centrally coordinates all electromechanical running gear functions,” explains Karsten Schebsdat, Head of Driving Dynamics, Steering and Control Systems. “Thanks to the combination of new running gear setup plus front-axle locking differential and Vehicle Dynamics Manager we were able to elevate the Golf GTI’s outstanding overall performance to an even higher level. This applies all the more if the DCC running gear featuring a new software application and adjustable dampers is also on board.”

    GTI drivers can select their very own setup using the standard ...

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