Documents • Mar 11, 2016 14:10 GMT
The success of the UK automotive industry is creating increased demand for new skills. However, uncertainty over access to funding could jeopardise government targets of delivering 3 million new apprentice starts over the next 4 years, according to Thatcham Research.
Documents • Mar 09, 2016 12:05 GMT
An agreement between Thatcham Research and the MRC (the Kuala Lumpur based Motordata Research Consortium) is set to ensure the Malaysian crash repair industry has access to the latest comprehensive vehicle repair data from Thatcham Research.
Documents • Feb 12, 2016 10:37 GMT
• Thatcham Research welcomes the support of ‘What Car?’ magazine as they join the call for Autonomous Emergency Braking on all new cars • No longer any excuse for car makers to launch new cars without AEB as standard. Where it is an “extra”, car manufacturers and dealerships, need to promote and explain the benefits of potentially lifesaving technology more effectively to consumers
Autonomous Emergency Braking or AEB is a safety technology which monitors the traffic conditions ahead and automatically brakes the car if the driver fails to respond to an emergency situation. This briefing document explains more about the technology and how it could help lead to a crash free future.
Documents • Dec 21, 2015 14:59 GMT
Hybrid and fully electric cars are an important step towards potentially smaller and more ‘personal’ vehicles, maybe single or twin seat, which are fully integrated into the infrastructure and road network. Read more for our views on future personal mobility.
Available with either two or four wheel drive, the all new Mazda CX-3 is a compact crossover and went on sale in the UK in June 2015. Based on the new Mazda 2, the CX-3 shares the same wheelbase but is longer and slightly taller, combining a high driving position with rugged looks.