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Ford and Volkswagen to explore a strategic alliance

Volkswagen and Ford have announced having signed a Memorandum of Understanding for exploring a strategic alliance designed to strengthen each company’s competitiveness and better serve their customers globally.

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'I’ve always wanted to put a hole in a gallery floor'

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Scottish artist David Mach is sure to supply a ‘wow factor’ to this year’s Galway International Arts Festival with his large scale installation, Rock’n’Roll, at the festival gallery in Market Street.

Ferrari tops the lot in Engine of the Year Awards

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The Ferrari 3.9-litre twin-turbo V8 has once again been crowned overall winner of the coveted International Engine of the Year award. In doing so, it has become only the second engine in the awards’ history to scoop the title for three consecutive years, writes the Irish juror, Padraic Deane.

AA Ireland invests in new van rescue fleet

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AA Ireland has invested almost €500,000 in new vans to upgrade its existing breakdown assistance fleet from Cork-based company Ford Ireland.

Mustang still world’s best-selling sports coupe

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Global demand for the new 2018 Ford Mustang has driven Mustang to its third straight year as the best-selling sports coupe in the world. That includes all two-door and convertible models.

New Ford Mondeo Hybrid Electric now on sale

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The first hybrid electric car from Ford has gone on sale in Ireland.

New Ford Mondeo hybrid electric now on sale here

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The first hybrid electric car from Ford, the Mondeo HEV, has gone on sale in Ireland.

New Ford Focus on the way

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Ford has given a debut to its new Ford Focus, which it claims is its most accomplished and technically-competent Focus. It will go on sale here in July.

Clever children’s green way to keep windscreen clean

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It is an idea that could one day help save billions of litres of water. Instead of simply wiping raindrops off our car windscreens, why not collect and reuse the water via the washer jets?

 

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