Mazda has revealed its 100th Anniversary Special Edition series, a range of special versions of all the key passenger cars in the firm’s global line-up. Designed to celebrate the company’s centenary, the 100th Anniversary models adopt a white-and-burgundy two-tone exterior/interior combination, inspired by high-grade versions of Mazda’s first passenger car: the Mazda R360 Coupe.
Infineon Technologies AG has achieved an impeccable quality record in its deliveries to Toyota's Hirose plant for the sixth consecutive year.
A fleet of new, electric four-wheel forklift trucks have arrived at the Port of Hull. The investment of nearly £200,000 ($248,000) is part of an ongoing effort to reduce emissions and make more use of renewable energy generated at the port.
Nissan's design function within Europe has been refreshed with the appointment of Matthew Weaver to the position of Vice President, Nissan Design Europe from 1st April. He succeeds Mamoru Aoki, who will retire after 39 years with Nissan.
Kia is turning up the brightness with its latest addition to the XCeed range. The new XCeed Edition is available in three bold, premium metallic paint finishes, including ‘Blue Flame’, ‘Quantum Yellow’ and ‘Lunar Silver’, all at no extra cost.
With the introduction of its Efficient Dynamics technology package back in 2007, the BMW Group created a concept that remains unrivalled in the automotive industry to this day. It centred on consistently reducing fuel consumption – and thereby CO2 emissions – on the one hand, while steadily increasing driving pleasure on the other. As a result, BMW Efficient Dynamics is now a fundamental link in the DNA of all BMW models and one of the key reasons why the BMW Group will be able to meet the European Union’s CO2 targets in full.