.Our Personal Service Plan is not available to tailor and buy online. The plan enables you to avoid the concerns of annual service bills by paying a monthly direct debit and spreading the cost.
The new Bentley Bentayga is perhaps the world's most luxurious SUV. A combination of state-of-the-art technology, unrivalled speed and power and a car that delivers an unmatched driving experience both on and off-road.
The Government is trying to ban Petrol and Diesel engines from 2035 and has launched a public consultation. Whilst we wholeheartedly support the drive towards lower emissions we would kindly ask for your support in changing the legislation to exclude hybrid vehicles.
We are delighted to announce the addition of two new dealerships in Edinburgh, Scotland. Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Edinburgh and Grange Aston Martin 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.
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With the sale of new petrol cars banned by 2030, the UK needs a vast investment in both generation capacity and, particularly, distribution to meet the increased demand for electricity this will bring. But with this 9-year clock quickly ticking, £billions of essential investment is being held back through a lack of information and data. A new App, to be developed by Zuhlke UK will start overcoming this by providing green investors with data, models and insights that it is hard for outsiders to the UK electricity sector to acquire. The new app will save potential investors months of effort in finding data they can trust and decide the best locations to install charging infrastructure, with value added information such as demand at different times of day and in different seasons. The current UK electricity grid was primarily set up to deliver electricity to industrial centres in the 1950s, not the widespread high demand we will soon find when, for instance, everyone arrives home at 6pm after work and plugs the car in. For instance, the Hinckley nuclear power station in Somerset was created to supply electricity to the industrial areas of South Wales. To get the electricity from Hinkley to the nearby Somerset town of Yeovil to charge cars, it effectively goes via South Wales to Didcot (near Oxford) and then back to the West Country. That is a simplification, but it illustrates that clever minds have to come together to solve many big problems facing the UK's electricity infrastructure. When you consider the increased power demands from the suburban car owners of such conurbations as London, Birmingham, Manchester and Glasgow it is easy to see that without huge and well targeted investment, Britain in the 2030s will have regular brownouts from the demands of electricity-guzzling cars replacing petrol ones.
Cars have always been a big part of the fast-paced excitement in the hit TV show 'Line of Duty'. From the BMW convoy in the current series' recent episode and fake plates on Steve's Volvo when Lindsey Denton was shot, to the infamous Range Rover, tearing through the bog - there's always a high-speed chase or dramatic scene when they're behind the wheel. However, when it comes to their own vehicles, what do the cars of the stars in the show say about their characters? Steve drove his reliable S60 Volvo throughout the last series, but seems to have upgraded to... another reliable Volvo for the current series 6. However, with Kate's change to the faster paced Major Investigations Team, it seems her job role isn't the only thing she's upgraded. From her nippy Volkswagen Golf, Flemming has sped into more recent episodes in a brand-new Audi model.
New research by a leading driving experience provider Trackdays.co.uk has turned some driver stereotypes on their head, including the surprise finding that American muscle cars are actually incredibly popular with middle-aged women. Using data from YouGov's Topics research tool, TrackDays.co.uk was able to profile a selection of drivers on its most popular driving experiences, looking at what they would most like to drive and even some of their other preferences away from the track. And most surprisingly, it found that American muscle cars, specifically the iconic Ford Mustang, was incredibly popular with women aged 40 to 56 years. The data indicated that more than half would love to test their driving skills taming this motoring beast, compared to a younger profile of male drivers where it is most popular with those aged 21 to 39 years. Dan Jones, operations manager at TrackDays.co.uk, said: "You should never judge a book by its cover, or driver by their car, as these findings show. Our research shows that it is women in their 40s and 50s who feel the strong pull of an American muscle car rather than the younger generation." Meanwhile, the in-depth research of driver profiles conducted by using YouGov's Topics research tool also reinforced what many probably already believe about other motorists, in both their preference of car and lifestyle. For instance, drivers of an Audi R8 are more likely to be men aged 40 to 56 and their favourite TV show is likely to be Ross Kemp on Gangs and their favourite TV personality is probably Countdown star Rachel Riley. BMW M3 drivers are most likely to be women in the 40 to 56 years age bracket (apart from those driving a Ford Mustang!) and their TV programme of choice is Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway. Dan added: "No matter how old you are, what your background is or what your interests are, we've got a unique driving day out that is sure to suit."
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."
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