25 May 2018
In a vote scheduled for next Thursday, they will look for EU wide tougher measures to deal with the fraud, to promote road safety and ensure that buyers aren't deceived.
The MEPs say that car companies 'should improve technical solutions' to prevent tampering, and it should be recognised across the EU as a criminal offence.
It was a memorable unveiling of both the new space and Jaguar's latest creation.
Speaking on behalf of all his colleagues in Spirit Motor Group and Jaguar Land Rover, Declan McCourt (Director, OHM Group) welcomed the large attendance to the newly redeveloped state-of-the art showroom, and especially guest of honour Prof Dr Speth, CEO of Jaguar Land Rover.
Prof Speth had flown in from India, and had earlier yesterday visited the Jaguar Land Rover software engineering centre in Shannon which will develop new technologies to support electrification and self-driving features on future Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles.
|This 1961 E-Type Jaguar, and the Land Rover Defender pictured below, provided a classic background to the state-of-the-art showroom.|
|Brian O'Driscoll, JLR Ambassador; Prof Dr Speth, CEO of Jaguar Land Rover; Declan McCourt, Director, OHM Group; and MC Kathryn Thomas.|
Other guests included Leinster rugby captain Isa Nacewa and Jordi Murphy. Mr McCourt thanked the players and the team for having given so much enjoyment to so many people and wished them luck in the final of the Guinness PRO14 Final against Scarlets on Saturday 26 May.
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24 May 2018
This extends the sponsorship to a total of six years. The show ends its current season this evening.
According to Patrick Magee, Country Operations Director, Renault Group, the show has been a key contributor to building Renault brand awareness and engagement with Irish audiences and a platform to showcase its renewed model range over the last three years.
He is pictured with Ryan Tubridy, Late Late Show presenter.
Already on sale successfully in China, the new car for Europe is targeted to be the most comfortable SUV in its segment.
A high degree of personalisation will be available, with a possible 30 exterior colour options, and the interior will feature three individual, sliding, folding and reclining rear seats and best-in-class boot volume of 580-720L.
Power options will range through 130hp-180hp, with petrol and diesel engines available.
The car will launch in Europe at the end of this year.
23 May 2018
|New Ford Fiesta ST.|
The first will be the Fiesta Active, the first of a range of crossover variants of Ford's small and compact family cars range aimed at the rapidly growing trend in SUV-design cars.
|New Ford Fiesta Active.|
|Ford Ireland MD Ciaran McMahon.|