The James Bond franchise is famous for two things – Bond girls and Bond cars. The next instalment of 007 is set for release later in the year, titled Spectre, and it has already generated a lot of excitement in the film and motor community. The trailer shows Bond driving an Aston Martin DB10, and…
Electric cars haven’t been quite as popular as predicted, but experts are hopeful that within the next decade the petrol engine will eventually die out. Virgin magnate Richard Branson is confident that the revolution is on its way, maintaining that within 20 years, “No new road cars will be petrol driven.”
The electric car revolution has rapidly swept the globe, with industry analysts predicting that the eco-friendly vehicles will soon dominate the roads. For motor traders and maintenance providers this means that developing an in-depth understanding of the ins and outs of electric vehicles should be a top priority. To help you prepare for the upsurge…
The Scottish motor trade industry is booming, with February’s new car registrations jumping by 15.3%. The data comes from the Scottish Motor Trade Association (SMTA) and revealed that in just one month, a huge 5,775 new units were registered. This figure is over 15% higher than statistics from February 2014!
In the wake of an anti-diesel campaign that’s rapidly gaining momentum, the British motor trade industry is fighting back and offering fierce opposition. Should the campaign muster up enough legislative support, diesel powered cars could be banned in certain cities, or charged to enter urban zones.
Falling oil prices are causing global shockwaves and having a noticeable impact on our everyday lives. The motor trade industry is one of the major sectors feeling the effects, with price slumps affecting both individuals and businesses.
2015 is shaping up to be one of the most electrifying years yet, with a huge number of prestigious manufacturers set to unveil some sensational models. Want to know more? Read on for a supercharged list some of the most exciting new wheels set to hit roads in 2015!
According to the latest statistics from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) vehicle manufacturing rates jumped by 4.9% in November. Furthermore, the UK’s leading motor trade industry association reported a 9.2% rise when compared with last year’s figures.
As the New Year beckons you can rest assured that business owners across the nation will be brainstorming ways to boost their bottom lines. If you work in the motor trade industry we’ve got some great tips on how to get profits soaring in 2015.