We are delighted to announce the addition of three new dealerships in Edinburgh, Scotland. Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Edinburgh, Grange Aston Martin Edinburgh and Grange Lotus Edinburgh are open now.
Wednesday 20th November saw the launch of the new Land Rover Defender at our new, state-of-the-art Grange Land Rover Hatfield dealership.
Over 250 specially selected guests joined us at this exclusive launching of an iconic and much-loved off-road car.
The exceptional new Aston Martin DBX has been announced in more detail and is available to order now from Grange Aston Martin.
On the 6th October 2019, Grange announced on social media that a new Ambassador has joined our team, Paul Wallace, a social media star and supercar enthusiast has agreed to work with us to bring a new and impartial view on our range of luxury sports and supercars.
Friday the 28th June 2019 saw a special arrival at our new Grange McLaren Hatfield dealership. The astonishing new McLaren GT landed in our showroom with its truly epic looks and otherworldly features.
A convoy of beautiful Aston Martins with both our Grange Guests and top-performing managers left the UK on a warm June morning for the annual trip to France to enjoy and celebrate the epic Le Mans 24 hour endurance race.
A group of Lamborghini Tunbridge Wells and Lamborghini Chelmsford guests joined us on Thursday 13th June for 3 days to take part in the first Lamborghini Italian Tour of 2019. The tour was a fantastic opportunity for our Lamborghini guests to share the Lamborghini experience at some of the most beautiful locations in and around Sardinia, Italy.
On the 22nd May 2019, Grange McLaren Hatfield officially opened with an excluisve launch evening replacing our temporary site with a new state-of-the-art facility.
We are absolutely delighted to announce the opening this brand new McLaren luxury sports car buying experience. Visit us today in our new surroundings or find out more here about Grange McLaren Hatfield.
On the 16th May 2019, we officially opened our stunning new Grange Aston Martin Hatfield dealership having moved from Welwyn Garden City in April.
We were absolutely delighted to showcase this brand new Aston Martin luxury sports car buying experience to our guests and we would like to thank everyone for making this such a hugely successful event. Visit us today in our new state-of-the-art surroundings or find out more about the event clicking the link below.
We were delighted to celebrate the opening of our new Grange Jaguar & Land Rover Hatfield dealership on the 8th May with an exclusive opening event for our Guests.
Grange Jaguar & Land Rover Hatfield is open now and replaces our Welwyn dealerships with a new world-class facility.
We are excited to announce the opening of a brand new luxury retail experience in Hertfordshire.
Grange Aston Martin Hatfield is open and replaces our Aston Martin Welwyn dealership with a new cutting-edge facility.
We have video road tests of approximately 20 models. Use the dropdowns to choose the road test.
Special Vehicle Operations develops a more restrained road-oriented version to sit alongside the existing 200mph Project 8 derivatives
Jaguar today announced that Ian Callum, Director of Design, is to leave his position at the company after two decades heading up Jaguar Design. Julian Thomson, currently Creative Design Director, has been appointed to the role of Director of Design, effective 01 July
The all-electric Jaguar I-PACE has won Best Electric Powertrain, Best New Engine, and the 350 to 450PS category at The International Engine + Powertrain of the Year Awards
Jaguar has revealed a new Chequered Flag special edition for the E-PACE. Unique, premium design touches and upgraded standard features build on the agility, precision and performance customers expect from Jaguar’s compact performance SUV
Jaguar Land Rover is developing the seat of the future. The 'morphable' seat uses a series of actuators in the seat foam to create constant micro-adjustments that make your brain think you're walking. The pioneering shape-shifting system being trialled by Jaguar Land Rover's Body Interiors Research division, is designed to improve customer wellbeing by tackling the health risks of sitting down for too long. By simulating the rhythm of walking, a movement known as pelvic oscillation, the technology can help mitigate against the health risks of sitting down for too long on extended journeys with UK drivers covering an average of 146 miles every week. Dr Steve Iley, Jaguar Land Rover Chief Medical Officer, said: "The wellbeing of our customers and employees is at the heart of all our technological research projects. We are using our engineering expertise to develop the seat of the future using innovative technologies not seen before in the automotive industry to help tackle an issue that affects people across the globe."
New research shows millions of Brits could benefit by switching to an electric vehicle - but a road safety expert warns many are still 'silent killers'. Vehicle safety expert Chris Hanson-Abbott OBE, of Brigade Electronics, says drivers thinking of making the change must be aware of how dangerously quiet the cars can be. Chris, who introduced the reversing alarm to the UK back in 1976, says the popularity of electric vehicles is soaring - and with good reason. He added: "The best EVs can now cover more than 200 miles on a single charge, the cost benefits are tangible, and the environmental impact is profound. But drivers must be wary of their safety limitations." In a bid to tackle the issue, Brigade has developed an aftermarket solution - the Quiet Vehicle Sounder. It is designed to save lives by producing a distinctive sound. It is highly directional, enabling a pedestrian to tell where the vehicle is, and it varies in pitch and tone as the vehicle speeds up or slows down.
A rare 1954 Jaguar XK120 in barn-find condition is set to get classic car collectors bidding when it goes to auction this month with The Market, the original online classic car auction house. Residing on a farm in Wales for the past 50 years as an ongoing restoration project, the classic Jaguar is one of just 151 right hand drive, fixed-head coupe models made for the UK market, of which around 57 are believed to exist today. Presented in partially-built yet largely complete condition, the car is for sale from its second owner. It has its original chassis and engine for an auction estimate of £25,000 to £35,000. A certificate from Jaguar Heritage which accompanies the car confirms that it was manufactured on 16th March 1954 and distributed by Byatts of Fenton, Stoke-on-Trent, originally finished in Birch Grey with a grey leather interior. Potential buyers looking to purchase a car with The Market pay only what they bid with no additional fees or commission. The auction will run online only and begin on 20th November, closing at 8pm on 27th November.
Combining the results of intensive customer research and Aston Martin's expertise in hand-crafted interiors, the luxury British marque has released the first image showcasing the finely crafted cabin of the Aston Martin DBX. DBX has been designed inside out to ensure owners feel instantly at home from the moment they enter the spacious cabin. They have used a bespoke chassis allowing them to tailor the interior space to the specific needs of DBX's customers. Over six months were spent solely focused on defining the position of the driver within the vehicle. Fundamentally, DBX offers a cabin that gives the driver an instant and relaxed confidence, yet offers the promise of dynamic performance to reward the most discerning driver. The landmark model's Recommended Retail Price has been confirmed at £158,000.
For just £20 racing fans, car enthusiast and F1 aficionados can win the unique Jim Clark Lotus Evora, the prize in a year-long competition that is raising funds to help The Jim Clark Trust, the charity dedicated to the Scottish racing legend and the exciting new museum in Duns, the Scottish Borders. But note, there's just one week to go. Signed by all 20 drivers from the Monaco Grand Prix 2019, the Jim Clark Lotus Evora is a real piece of motorsport history in itself. Commissioned last year to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Clark's tragic death in 1968, it was unveiled at the 2018 Goodwood Festival of Speed. The competition's close coincides with the official opening of the new Jim Clark Motorsport Museum in the picturesque market town of Duns in the Scottish Borders on August 29th. The charity competition, which closes on August 29th, can be entered at www.jimclarklotus.com.
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