Porsche Cayenne Review

The Porsche Cayenne is probably the sportiest and most luxurious SUV available on the UK market. The price tag is sure to astonish most but will be worthy to those who are rich enough to afford one. We explain the excellent features of the car that help it command such a high price. Engines Whilst(…)

Porsche Cayman Coupe Review

It’s impossible not to like this car and for that reason it is also impossible for some of us to afford it. The Cayman is great alternative to the common 911. We discuss in our review today what makes it such a head turner. Engines The great deal of engines that the Cayman offers brings(…)

Volkswagen sales grow by 84% in the Middle East

Sales of Volkswagen vehicles have grown by 84 per cent for January and February this year when comparing the last. Volkswagen Middle East has improved on the 21 per cent growth figure which was recorded in 2011. In May of last year, Volkswagen released the Jetta model. This has performed so well this year that(…)

Skoda to develop two new SUV

The automotive press have confirmed that Skoda are to produce two brand new sports utility vehicles. Little and large The company, who are owned by Volkswagen, may develop a Touareg 4×4 as well as a sub Yeti model, meaning there will be a little and large combination. Two years? Some sources have claimed that the(…)

Will the cost of technology halt Volkswagen’s progress?

Volkswagen is one of the market leaders when it comes to car technology. Their wonderful inventions including the likes of Bluemotion amongst others are one of the main reasons why the company made such a tremendous profit last year. Factory technology Volkswagen also heavily invest in their factory technology helping to make their production of(…)

Porsche car production business profit increased by 22%

Porsche’s car making business has seen profits rise by 22 per cent. The company’s overall profits took a huge dent thanks to the Volkswagen takeover saga but the company’s car making business is showing fully taking advantage of the current booming luxury car demand. Porsche earnings before tax increased to €2.05 billion which is an(…)

2012 will mean profit for Porsche

Porsche have spoken to the automotive press claiming that 2012 will be a profitable year. The reason behind that projection is an expected upcoming increase in demand for the Porsche 911. In 2011 Porsche deliveries were up by 22 per cent, selling a total of 119,000. However profit was down. Valuation of the merger cost(…)

Porsche 911 review

The 911 is perhaps the most famous of all Porsche’s. In our review today we discover exactly why the 911 is one of the most desired vehicles on the car market today. Performance We start off with the performance attribute as the 911 is built is deliver a thrilling drive with plenty of speed. The(…)

Robert Hazelwood appointed Director of Volkswagen Passenger Cars UK

Robert Hazelwood has been named the Director of Volkswagen Passenger Cars UK. Mr Hazelwood has already been working within the Volkswagen Group under the Skoda UK division as the Director. His new role will commence on May 1st 2012. Major changes recently There have been a lot of changes at management level within the Volkswagen(…)

SEAT Alhambra Review

The SEAT Alhambra is one of the best MPV’s available on the market. The prices are lower than rivals whilst being wonderfully practical and offering a fantastic drive. The car has been so successful that it managed to secure the WhatCar? MPV of the year. We take a look as to why the car has(…)