The 30th birthday of the Sinclair C5, one of the most unusual vehicles ever to be built, is being celebrated by Britain's National Motor Museum.
Vehicle history expert Cartell.ie reports that there are 22,181 vehicles in Ireland that have 10 owners or more over the course of the lifetime of the vehicle.
Research by motoring solutions specialist, easytrip, has revealed that over 55% of Irish motorists with a car of five-years-old or more are considering or planning on purchasing a new car in 2015.
Figures released from the Society of the Irish Motor Industry (SIMI) show that the total new car sales for 2014 (96,338) finished 30% ahead of 2013 (74,367).
With the new Q7, Audi says it is setting standards in the premium SUV segment.
Aston Martin Works, which marks its diamond jubilee in 2015, is celebrating 60 glorious years at Newport Pagnell with the commissioning of six limited edition sports cars.
Opel says the new, pint-sized five-seater 'KARL', which pays homage to the son of the company's founder, will be equipped with numerous safety, comfort and infotainment technologies that are unrivalled in this segment.
MINI says the hottest ticket at next month's Detroit Auto Show will be the new MINI John Cooper Works.
Volvo Cars has confirmed a production programme to develop a lightweight three-cylinder petrol engine.
BMW Group Ireland continues to support the Drive4Zero campaign - a focused drive to double the number of plug-in electric vehicles (EVs) on Irish roads within 12 months starting off in Cork City.
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