Tesla is expecting a sales boost in Europe
Audi's technical admits Q7 et al had "minor changes to make the design more precise, inside and out"
Man Utd players and officials received Cadillac models last year, but not one car was sold to a UK customer
Tesla is planning to open more than 30 new service centres and dealerships across Europe in anticipation of a sales boost. The electric car maker says it expects combined sales in Europe and Asia to be almost double what it currenty sells in North America.
Audi has denied rumours that development on several next-generation models, including the A4, Q7 and R8, has been delayed. Technical boss Ulrich Hackenberg does admit though that those models have had "minor changes to make the design more precise, inside and out".
Not a single Cadillac was sold to a UK customer last year. The marque can officially be imported into this country through Manchester-based Bauer Millett, although only Manchester United football players and officials received Cadillac models in 2013, through a sponsorship deal.