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Jaguar I-Pace

Jaguar enhances XE beauty, performance

The new Jaguar XE which will be available in sub-Sahara Africa market in the second half of the year has raised the bar in its segment in terms of refinement and appearance. The XE will be available in 2.0-litre engine. The new Jaguar XE delivers an enhanced exterior design, all-new luxurious interior and advanced technologies.

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Kia appoints Kamlik Motors in Kaduna

Kia Motors Nigeria, the fastest grow-ing automobile company in Nigeria, offering the public the very best in cutting edge automotive technology, has announced a new partnership with Kamlik Motors Limited. To further expand its market reach and ease of access to teeming customers in the country, this dealership agreement will facilitate bringing KIA closer to the people in Kaduna and its environs.

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Mercedes Benz

Mercedes-Benz predicts challenging year for industry

Mercedes-Benz delivered 180,539 vehicles to its customers all over the world in January (-6.7%). The second-best start to a year for sales was influenced by important model changes in the high-volume SUV and compact-car segments. In particular, the model change of the B-Class, CLA and GLE, each with a double-digit sales decrease, had a negative impact on total unit sales worldwide despite the ongoing high demand for the cars with the star. From today’s perspective, the company expects the model changes to affect deliveries in the first quarter. With a high degree of probability, the full year will be affected also by exogenous challenges and geopolitical risks

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Hyundai innovates world’s first multi-collision airbag system

HYUNDAI Motors Group hasannounced the development and future commercialization of the world’s first multi-collision airbag system that significantly improves airbag performance in multi-collision accidents. Multi-collision accidents are those in which the primary impact is followed by collisions with secondary objects, such as trees, electrical posts or other vehicles, which occurs in three out of every 10 accidents.

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PAN Learning Centre graduates 78 UNDP TSAP trainees

DETERMINED to give adequate  backup to Peugeot products and develop the auto industry in Nigeria, the PAN Learning Centre (PLC), graduated 78 trainees of United Nations Development Programme, UNDP, Technical Skill Acquisition Programme, TSAP, Batch B, in an elaborated ceremony attended by UNDP Country Rep. Ms Khardiata Lo Ndiaye at the PAN Learning Centre Body Works (BW) facility.

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