New no-nonsense Dacia Duster Commercial unveiled

This is the new Dacia Duster Industrial – a load carrying edition of the brand’s no-nonsense inexpensive SUV with a flat loading region in location of the rear seats. 

It is based on the updated edition of the passenger car Duster, so it rewards from some of the revisions utilized as portion of the SUV’s big midlife facelift. 

Purchasers get the identical redesigned radiator grille, updated headlamps and Y-formed daytime running lights as the facelifted passenger Duster. The brushed silver trim on the SUV’s bumpers has been replaced with a durable black plastic choice, but the rest of the Duster

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Insulate Britain road protests: latest on the motorway and A-road disruption

Campaign group Insulate Britain suggests fifty of its protesters have blocked significant roads in London this morning, such as Arnos Grove, the Blackwall Tunnel and Hangar Lane.

It’s the fourth 7 days of protests, which begun on the M25 then moved to Dover docks right before hitting the M1 and M4 past 7 days.

Yesterday the federal government revealed it had taken out a clean injunction to focus on protesters who disrupt any highways on the Strategic Streets Network joined to the M25. 

“The new injunction bans activities that obstruct traffic and access to motorways and significant A Streets in

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New 2023 Skoda Superb spotted disguised as current model

Our spy photographers have noticed a peculiar Skoda Outstanding advancement automobile out on the road. It would seem to be a mule for the Czech brand’s future-era flagship estate, whilst it’s donning the present car’s bodywork as a disguise.

The fourth-era Skoda Outstanding will make its debut in 2023, together with Volkswagen’s alternative for the Passat. Inevitably, the two cars will share the identical production line, with both equally continuing to use the Group’s MQB architecture.

These most recent spy photographs confirm that latter point. This Outstanding mule is currently being used to test the future car’s platform and powertrains

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Cosworth strengthens executive management team with COO appointment

Cosworth strengthens executive management team with COO appointment
Stephen Dyke

Cosworth has appointed digital and business transformation specialist Stephen Dyke into the newly created role of Chief Operations Officer (COO) to support the company’s growth within the transportation technology sector.

Dyke joins Cosworth from engineering firm Ricardo, where he spent two years as Managing Director, leading the company’s automotive and industrial offering across EMEA. He was also Chair of the EMEA Board, as well as statutory director of Ricardo UK Ltd, so brings to Cosworth recent and relevant credentials in the fields of automotive, commercial, defence, marine, aerospace and energy sectors.

Since Cosworth was established in 1958, its

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LG settles Bolt recall costs with GM

LG settles Bolt recall costs with GM

Common Motors declared an arrangement underneath which LG Electronics will reimburse GM for fees and fees associated with the recall of Chevrolet Bolt EVs and EUVs thanks to manufacturing defects in battery modules provided by LG.

As a outcome of the arrangement, GM will ebook an approximated recovery in its 3rd-quarter earnings which will offset US$1.9bn of $2bn in fees associated with the recollects.

“LG is a valued and highly regarded supplier to GM, and we are happy to arrive at this arrangement,” claimed Shilpan Amin, GM vice president, worldwide acquiring and source chain.