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The new BMW 8 Series convertible combines open-top, four-seater luxury with sportscar performance and handling, a spacious interior, and a superb soundtrack to match. It goes on sale from April, with on-the-road prices starting from €128,565.
The new BMW 8 Series convertible combines open top, four seater luxury with sports car performance and handling, a spacious interior and a superb soundtrack to match. It goes on sale from April, with on the road prices starting from €128,565.
Last week, Mazda revealed its all-new ‘3’ at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show.
Premium German tyre manufacturer, Continental Tyres, is hosting its ‘Vision Zero Live’ driving safety event at Mondello Race Circuit, County KIldare this Saturday, October 13 from 9.30am to 4pm.
Premium German tyre manufacturer, Continental Tyres, is organising its Vision Zero Live driving safety event at Mondello Race Circuit, Co Kildare, on Saturday October 13.
Whether you have received the offer you want or are having second thoughts about the course you chose, it is worth checking out the further education options available to you at Galway Technical Institute, the largest provider of full-time QQI Level 5 and 6 programmes in the west of Ireland. GTI will host a final open day on Tuesday September 11 from 10am to 4pm.
The Honda cars importer for Ireland has announced that sporting superstar Katie Taylor has joined the Honda as a brand ambassador.
The new Polo GTI is now on sale here. This latest-generation model puts out 200 PS from its 2.0-litre TSI petrol engine and is fitted with a six speed DSG gearbox as standard and boasts a claimed top speed of 237 km/h, getting to 100km/h on the way there in just 6.7 seconds. This is very promising performance, which Volkswagen says matches the very grown-up dimensions of the latest generation Polo.
Ford points to their all new Focus, saying it delivers more style, space and advanced driving technologies for mid-size family car customers than ever before.
I was one of those who mourned the loss of Toyota sports cars, the Supra, MR2, and Celica, after they were discontinued. The reason given at the time was a refocusing on developing mass market models for growing markets in China, Russia, etc. and a general scarcity of engineers in Japan. Toyota felt their loss within a couple of years with the average age profile of their customers rising, and it entered Formula One to try to address this.