Starters for Sale
Bugatti has sold the last of its 300 Veyron 16.4 supercars. The customer of the final Veyron is based in Europe and is new to the Bugatti marque. Bugatti Veyron: the controversial king of the supercar world Volkswagen Group picked up the Bugatti name in 1998, following the 1995 bankruptcy of Romano Artioli's Modena-based Bugatti factory, which had produced the EB110 quad-turbo V12 supercar.Tue, 30 Jun 2009
Volvo want Boris Johnson to address the anomalies in Congestion Charging in London At present, a wide range of Hybrid cars are exempt from congestion charging. Which does seem odd. On what basis?Tue, 03 Dec 2013
Mitsubishi It might sound futuristic, but British technology company E2V has developed a prototype gadget capable of remotely stopping a car using a burst of electromagnetic radiation. Although it does appear to be a piece of equipment from the ‘James Bond bad guy’ locker, this technology really does work and could be used by police forces in the future. On Bing: see pictures of speeding carsHow motoring convictions affect your car insurance So bank robbers beware – even speeders, too.