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Citroen C1 gets a facelift for 2012 too

Thu, 05 Jan 2012 00:00:00 -0800

2012 Citroen C1 Facelift Citroen has given the C1 a facelift for 2012 to match the one given to the Peugeot 107, with better economy and emissions and cosmetic tweaks. The 2012 Citroen C1 Facelift pretty much follows the same pattern as sister PSA sibling the 2012 Peugeot 107, with tweaks to improve emissions and economy and some cosmetic updates to keep things fresh. The updates to the C1′s 3-cylinder 1.0 litre ptrol engine has resulted in economy improving to 65.7mpg and emissions dropping below the magic 100g/km (yep, they are a very unsurprising 99g/km.

Ford Focus Facelift price and spec – costs from £13,995

Tue, 02 Sep 2014 00:00:00 -0700

The new Ford Focus will be in dealers in November 2014 The facelift for the Ford Focus was revealed back in February, but only now are Ford getting their act together with prices and specifications, and the new Focus won’t be in Ford’s UK showrooms until November. Key changes for the new Focus include the new family grill (well, the ‘Aston’ family grill), some tweaks to the lights and alloys and a less cluttered, more upmarket interior, new engines and chassis changes. Ford has retained the same model line-up for the new Focus – and the same starting price – with the Focus Studio ((from £13,995), Style (£16,795), Zetec (£18,295), Zetec S (£20,045), Titanium (£19,795) and Titanium X (£21,795) which means the starting price stays the same and the top-end Titanium models drop by £100.

Tesla planning self-driving car

Wed, 18 Sep 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Tesla are planning a self-driving car Now that car makers have been fitting radar and sensors to their cars for some time, which allow stuff like adaptive cruise – which automatically slows behind traffic and can even bring the car to s stop on its own – the race is on to make cars even more autonomous. We’ve reported recently on the Mercedes Intelligent Drive S-Class that negotiated its way – more or less – on a 60 mile route in Germany, and on Volvo’s self-parking system which will take your car in to a multi storey car park by itself, park, and meet you when you return. Google has also been playing with self-driving cars and has even gained permission to run its autonomous cars in California, and now Tesla are joining the fray with plans for an autonomous car in the next three years.