Archive for October, 2010
Two new tyres have been developed by Cooper Tires, which are tailored for the upcoming winter conditions.
The WM-SA2 and WM-ST3 tyres are manufactured in sizes between 13 to 16 inches and are available to purchase now and may be versatile enough to pair with salvaged car parts.
WM-SA2 tyres have been adapted to offer efficient braking [...]
Bosch produced its one millionth Denoxtronic exhaust-gas treatment system at its Hallen plant in Austria.
In conjunction with a Selective Catalytic Reduction catalyst, the Adblue metering systems reduce nitrogen-oxide emissions by up to 95 per cent and conserve fuel consumption, which helps to decrease carbon emissions and improve energy efficiency.
These systems initially entered production in areas [...]
Skoda Auto has seen record sales in 2010, as its operating profit jumped by 64.4 per cent to £280 million.
The car manufacturer's sales reached 568,990 in the opening nine months of 2010, which increased its turnover to £16.3 billion, representing a 16.3 per cent increase.
Skoda's success has also been reflected on British shores, as 33,100 [...]
Nissan has announced the addition of two new companies to its list of approved distributors.
Morelli and IRIS Coatings have joined the Nissan Approved Bodyshop Programme and will be looking to provide customers with service that is typical of the car brand.
Dave Murfitt, aftersales director at Nissan Motor, claimed the approved bodyshop programme formed [...]
A new record has been set to the London to Cape Town rally route, which was covered in a record 11 days, 14 hours and 11 minutes.
The adventure team was led by Mac Mackenney and included his brother Steve and team-mate Chris Rawlings.
Sir Stirling Moss OBE, who supported the team effort, said: "Congratulations [...]