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At the end of November 2019 Lexus unveiled its first electric production car, the UX 300e at the Guangzhou motor show in China.
Tesla Cybertruck
Elon Musk unveiled the new and radical Tesla pick-up truck for the first time in LA, at an event in Tesla's Hawthorne, California-based design studio on November 22 2019.
mini electric side view
In Mini’s 60th Anniversary Year they have launched the first electric mini the Mini-EV. Production will take place in Oxford and pre-orders are open ready for delivery in March 2020.
mercedesaclassreview2019
This fourth generation of the Mercedes A Class (family hatchback) offers a comfy and smooth ride with a luxurious interior.
nissan qashqai review 2019
The Nissan Qashqai remains one of the most popular small SUVs/Crossovers since it's launch in 2007. Read our review of the new 2019 model.
Hondfa E Prototype
The second-half of 2019 will see a number of new cars launching in the UK with a focus on electric models inc the Honda Urban EV, Kia Soul Electric and the Tesla Model 3.
Ford Fiesta Car Review - CVS Ltd Blog
The Ford Fiesta  hatchback has been the most popular super-mini  in the UK for over a decade. It launched in 1976 and has gone through many versions since then to the seventh generation of the Fiesta launched in 2017. The cabin and the driver-assistance technology had a major re-vamp and the overall look was modernised.
Audi A3 Sportback Review
Sportback is the name given to the five-door variant of Audi's compact hatchback. The Audi A3 Sportback is a family hatchback that starts at £22,190   According to Audi the sharp and expressive lines give the Audi A3 Sportback a dynamic look. 
Due to global changes Honda announced earlier in the week that they will be closing down their Honda Plant located in Swindon. This is a bitter blow to all who are connected to the plant whether they are direct employee’s or part of the economy chain associated with the manufacturing plant.
vw beach buggy
According to their website Volkswagen are bringing a legend back to life, and will be revealing the first fully electric buggy or e-buggy.  Sticking with the original idea of the beach buggy, the VW beach buggy will have no doors, no roof, whilst the wheels dominate the overall look. 
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