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The new Mazda3 is now on sale here, reflecting the latest in Mazda’s engineering, design and manufacturing.
Galway Technical Institute presents the artists and designers of the future in its 2019 student exhibition. Students from four groups — art: portfolio preparation QQI Level 5; drawing and visual inquiry QQI Level 6; animation QQI Level 6; and furniture making and design QQI Level 5 — will be showing the results of their year’s hard work from Friday May 24 to Tuesday May 28, (excluding Sunday) from 10am until 4pm.
A revised Audi TT is now available to order in Ireland. The S Line exterior and interior design are now standard specification with prices for the TT Coupé starting from €49,850 on the road, while the TT Roadster is available from €61,100 on the road.
Volkswagen’s new T-Cross model, the smallest SUV in the Volkswagen family, will be available to motorists on the Irish market this month. The German carmakers states that the new ‘urban crossover’ model is a versatile, practical and flexible addition to Volkswagen’s SUV family and will have a starting price of €22,495.
The BMW 3 Series saloon has had an excellent reputation both for its quality, and supreme handling in the premium midsize segment for more than 40 years and BMW states that this, the seventh generation, raises the bar even higher. The latest version, built on a new platform, arrives in Ireland costing from €43,770 for the 318d SE.
Renault launched their all new fifth generation Clio at the Geneva Motor Show. Designed according to the ‘Evolution and Revolution’ principle, Renault says that the all new Clio rewrites the rule book with more mature body styling and an entirely revamped interior.
If you are interested in interior design and would like to learn more about the creative process of designing beautiful rooms then take a look at this exciting new course option at GTI.
Ford has revealed the all- new Focus ST which will go on sale across Europe this summer. It is developed by Ford Performance to deliver nimble hot-hatchback thrills in a stylish, comfortable and practical family car.
Time is really flying. I can recall clearly when Toyota took the last fourth generation Supra out of production. As far as I remember, the Celica and MR2 vanished off price lists around the same time. A lot of youth and ‘young at heart’ appeal left with them, forcing the average age of Toyota buyers upwards at the time. A few years ago the 86 arrived as the first deposit on restoring that appeal.
Mercedes-Benz describes the CLA coupe as not only the most emotional vehicle in its class, but one that it is also highly intelligent.