Motoring Annual 2022-23

What’s been happening in the world of cars and peeking into the future!

With the Pandemic seemingly under control, the motor industry was still trying to find its feet again after being virtually shut down for the previous years, but there were more shocks to come. Hopes that severe supply shortages due to a lack of computer chip components, would abate, were quickly dashed when Russia invaded Ukraine and scarcity hit even harder. Aluminium and steel supplies were also reduced. 

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Personal Cars Will Be Extinct Within A Generation! 

Regular people will be priced out of personal transport and relegated to public transport

In less than 30 years from now, most of us won’t be able to have our own cars, and many of the major car manufacturers we know and love today – will have disappeared. Yes, the personal car is about to go extinct. Don’t believe me? Keep reading and I’ll explain exactly why. 

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Genesis GV60 Premium & Sport Plus Review

“Oh Sugar!” So that’s what happens when you press the Boost button!

If you’ve been following the latest additions to the rapidly growing electric-car segment, you’ll be familiar with both the Hyundai Ioniq 5 and the Kia EV6. The Genesis GV60 shares its platform and drivetrain with those cars, but this is the Korean Motor Manufacturing Group’s luxury arm. 

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ULEZ Expansion 2023 – What the Experts Say…

TV’s Quentin Wilson & Auto Trader’s Ian Plummer

With the ULEZ Expansion for 2023 being a hot topic, I grabbed former Top Gear presenter, Motoring Expert and TV Personality, Quentin Wilson, as well Ian Plummer from Auto Trader, the most influential car classifieds organisation in the UK, to get their thoughts on the ULEZ Expansion. This was at the London EV Show, where I was the Conference Coordinator

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