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VIDEO: London Motor Show 2018

VIDEO: London Motor Show 2018

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Phil Curry went along to the ExCeL Centre to see what was on display, from classics and customs to new models, and some very big and loud vehicles. There was even an opportunity to fail at a wheel gun challenge! This video is featured with our sister website All Torque
VIDEO: The development of vehicle paint

VIDEO: The development of vehicle paint

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SEAT has released a new video and insight into how much work goes into developing paint tones, as it launches its new Arona SUV. Three years of research, and enough knowledge and sensitivity to market trends. That is what it takes to ensure a paint colour on a new vehicle will not only look good, but be well received by the consumer. Overall, 1,000 days pass between thinking of a colour tone to it being applied to a vehicle. When a new model is launched, for example the new SEAT Arona, the investigation into the colour options is as intense as designing the bodywork, the options and the overall finish. From market research to application, through lab testing, it’s just as intense. 1,000 litres A specialised team analyses market trends and propose the range of colours of new
Autosport International 2018

Autosport International 2018

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  View our Autosport International gallery here Autosport International took place at the Birmingham NEC between January 11-14. This year’s show was once again packed with a mix of classic and modern race cars from all corners of the motorsport world. Every year, racing fans flock to the hallowed halls of the National Exhibition Centre to see up close the cars that have been, and will be taking part in competitions on tracks around the world. From Formula 1 to WRC, Endurance to Karts, everything the motorsport addict can want is displayed across seven halls and in a Live Action Arena. This year, Auto Repair Focus was on hand to see just what the show had to offer. Mixed Motorsport The show was more diverse in 2018. Rather than using Formula 1 as the main attraction