If you don’t like the budget brand Dacia, here’s the fragrant antidote.
Working with award-winning perfumer 4160 Tuesdays, the company has created a collection of “new car scents” inspired by Britain’s favorite road trips, according to a survey of 2,000 motorists.
‘New Car Smell’: The air fresheners are available for members of the public to collect free of charge from Dacia UK dealers while stocks last
The top spots went to Scotland’s North Coast 500 (68 percent); The Coastal Way, Wales (50 percent), Dorset’s Jurassic Coast (40 percent); Cheddar Gorge, Somerset (38 percent) and Causeway Coastal Route, Northern Ireland (37 percent).
Referencing the North Coast 500, Scent-sational Highlands perfume combines earth and sea with pine and wild raspberries.
Scent-sational: Top spots went to Scotland’s North Coast 500, The Coastal Way, Wales and Dorset’s Jurassic Coast (pictured)
The Welsh “Coastal Whiff” combines the aroma of the coast with daffodils, brine and so on.
The car air fresheners are available for the public to collect free of charge from Dacia dealers in the UK, while stocks last.
Jaguar commemorates the end of the internal combustion engine
With one final roar, Jaguar celebrates the end of its combustion engine sports car generation with an exclusive limited edition F-Type inspired by two iconic E-Types from the 1960s.
Only 150 examples of the F-Type ZP Edition will be made – only ten of which will come to the UK next year.
End of an era: The coupe and convertible (pictured) will be “the last internal combustion engine sports cars designed by Jaguar.”
Priced at £134,925 for the coupe and £138,390 for the convertible, they will be “the last internal combustion engine sports cars designed by Jaguar”.
They feature specially curated interior and exterior details from the personalization experts at SV Bespoke.
Limited Edition: Only 150 of the F-Type ZP Edition will be made – only ten of which will come to the UK next year
Powered by 575hp supercharged 3-litre V8 petrol engines, these latest F-Types accelerate from rest to 60mph in 3.5 seconds and reach an electronically limited top speed of 186mph.
The company says it will become an all-electric luxury brand by 2025.