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We are excited to bring you this revolutionary new concept,
Drive a brand new car for £50 or $75 per month, with insurance, tax, and warranties included. All you need to do is add fuel.
Once you qualify for your car, you get to drive it for 2 years, then exchange it for a new model again of your choice.
Find 3 people who will be open to learning this concept, show them how to do the same, and your on your way to a brand new car for life.
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Privilege Car Club Launch 1st April 2018

Potential members, new members, Founding Members all showed up for the 3 car giveaway to 3 qualified members. Privilege Car Club has its rewards. £50/$75 a month, no credit check, tags, taxes and insurance included. A little work and you can be sitting behind the wheel of a brand spanking’ new car of your choice.

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Below are the 3, the first 3 cars that were presented to the first qualifying members.

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The company makes the profit from the resale of the vehicles and the excess that produces. It will make a lot of money as its really an asset management company. We intend to issue public shares once we have finalised our legal requirements.

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We have all the legal and regulatory stuff covered

We have only a matter of hours to go before the official launch of Privilege Car Club (PCC)

It is happening!
More to the point is has been happening and the launch is just a great way to showcase the first 3 cars being handed over to 3 of the first to qualify.
That said there are already others that have qualified both in the UK and USA.

It works, its legal, its new and different.

We are getting so many people just waiting on the launch to see it is real.

Those people are smart and wise.

We are still getting a number of individuals who say “I have looking into this and researched it”
“Its a scam, it a ponzi, its a pyramid”
“It is not sustainable”

Guess what – they have not done any research and most certainly do not understand the concept.

Watch the video below and this should explain just what it is all about and why those people who speak without knowledge or understanding should educate themselves before speaking!

PLEASE NOTE there is a slight break in the video part way through as a wrong button was pressed 🙂

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The £2k is deducted from the £20k and the balance that’s left is used to buy the car. The total budget is £20k. This also applies when a £30k package is chosen.

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Privilege Car Club Live Launch Join Now

Even though the Live launch is in just over two days time there is NOTHING stopping you signing up and joining the club RIGHT NOW!

The live launch will be great and exciting but this is just a formality.

I say that with respect but I simply mean that we have been hitting the headlines for months and people are already well on their way to driving their very own car of choice for £50/$75 pm.

If you have any niggling doubts then why not watch one of our latest videos (below) and listen to one of the very first people to qualify for a new car.

They will be receiving their vehicle at the launch.

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Good point. We are aware of this! Although they would be foolish to do this as we have their personal details and they would have had been referred by a member. Also they cannot sell it as they are not the owners. A tracking system would be in place and of course its insured against theft. So, the person doing this wouldn’t gain anything except losing their membership and ability to drive a brand-new car – every 2 years for £50 per month.

New SEAT Leon Cupra R 2018 review

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26 Mar, 2018 4:00pm

Richard Ingram

Limited-run SEAT Leon Cupra R ups the ante with 306bhp, but is that enough to topple the best cars in the class?

Thanks to complex four-wheel-drive systems, high-power engines and grip-inducing tyre technology, the 400bhp hyper hatch is no longer a pipe dream. 

But while rivals are turning up the wick with unflappable, supercar-baiting family cars, SEAT has kept things simple. Incremental upgrades have ensured the Leon Cupra remains relevant, but is the brand’s latest effort the best of the lot?

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We first drove the limited-run Cupra R in Spain late last year, and came away impressed by the car’s punchy powertrain, playful chassis and sweet steering. In fact, it all but fixed the standard car’s few failings, turning the fire-breathing Leon into a proper rival for cars like the latest Honda Civic Type R

Back on UK roads, little has changed. The SEAT Leon Cupra R is still a fine hot hatch, feeling harder, more responsive and altogether more complete than the ageing Cupra 300. The 2.0-litre turbo engine is as eager as ever, offering endless punch and a familiar yet slightly synthesised growl. In fact, the Cupra R feels incredibly quick point to point. 

Slacken things off and it sits on the motorway just like any other Leon, despite the firmer settings and big wheels. Things are a bit rough in the car’s Cupra mode, but fiddle with the Individual set-up and you’ll strike a beautiful balance between hardcore hot hatch and comfortable cruiser.

The Brembo brakes are super sharp, offering loads of feel through the pedal, while grip is astounding. Push too hard from a standstill and the tyres will scrabble for traction, but once you’re up and running the R’s standard-fit front differential and wider track makes for frankly alarming cornering pace. The snickety six-speed manual gearbox is unchanged, but allows for quick and precise changes without feeling unnecessarily weighty. 

In addition to the pokier engine, bigger brakes and chassis tweaks, the Cupra R comes covered in unique copper trim. The coloured accents aren’t yet available elsewhere in the current SEAT range, though they’re likely to feature on the forthcoming Ateca Cupra – the brand’s first model from the standalone high performance sub-brand.

Fortunately – or unfortunately, depending on your point of view – the matt paint on our European test car isn’t available in the UK. British buyers will get a choice of black or metallic grey (as tested here), while 19-inch copper coloured wheels, part-Alcantara trim and carbon trinkets are standard.

Every version gets SEAT’s intuitive eight-inch infotainment display, as well as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. Once more, eveything on our car came as standard, including those excentric alloy wheels, copper accents and sculpted sports seats. The navigation system works well, too. The deep 380-litre boot is unchanged from the standard Leon hatch and the high loading lip means it isn’t as practical as some rivals, though an ST estate version is on the way.

Yet the Cupra R’s biggest problem is its exclusivity. Just 24 are coming to the UK, and every single one is accounted for. That means, even if you’ve got the extra £5,095 (over the standard car) burning a hole in your pocket, there’s little chance you’ll be able to lay your hands on one. We can only hope SEAT applies the various tweaks to conventional Cupras in the months to come.

4.5
It’s a shame you can’t go out and buy a Leon Cupra R, because the sportier Spanish hot hatch is right up there with the best cars in its class. While rivals choose to boost power and add four-wheel drive, the Leon strips things back to basics and is all the better for it. If you can find one, you won’t be disappointed.

  • Model: SEAT Leon Cupra R
  • Price: £34,995
  • Engine: 2.0-litre 4cyl turbo
  • Power/torque: 306bhp/380Nm
  • Transmission: Six-speed manual, front-wheel drive
  • 0-62mph: 5.8 seconds
  • Top Speed: 155mph
  • Fuel economy/CO2: 38.7mpg, 170g/km
  • On sale: Sold out

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New Volkswagen Advanced SUV could come to Europe


Jonathan Burn

2018-03-26 14:45

By 2020 VW’s SUV lineup will rise to 19 models globally and account for 40 per cent of sales

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Volkswagen is mulling over bringing its new Advanced coupe-SUV to Europe, according to its development boss. 

The Advanced mid-size SUV has been built exclusively for China and was unveiled alongside the new Touareg SUV earlier this month. It’s also the first time VW has applied its name to a coupe-like SUV, and due to its focus on design an arrival in Europe showrooms could be on the cards. 

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“Today it’s purely for China, but I totally agree that it’s very strong SUV and we are evaluating chances to maybe bring this to other countries as well,” VW’s boss for technical development Dr.Frank Welsch told Auto Express. “The design is great and so is the technology.” 

China is VW’s biggest market; the manufacturer sold over three million vehicles in the country last year alone. To capitalize on demand the brand will more than triple the number of SUVs on sale there from three to 10 by 2020. In total, VW’s SUV portfolio will rise to 19 models globally by the end of the decade. 

The Advanced SUV will be built by VW’s partner’s FAW-Volkswagen in China.

Would you like to see the Volkswagen Advanced SUV come to the UK? Let us know below…

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Nissan to sell 1 million electrified vehicles a year by 2022


Richard Ingram

2018-03-23 16:40

Japanese giant has revealed plans to sell a million EVs and hybrids every year by 2022, with new Leaf leading the charge

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Nissan will aim to sell 1 million electrified vehicles each year by 2022, building on the success of the all-new Leaf EV. The plans, called ‘Nissan M.O.V.E. to 2022’ include eight all-electric models, and China-specific EV sub-brands.

Philippe Klein, Nissan’s chief planning officer, said: “Our strategy is dedicated to positioning Nissan to lead the automotive, technology and business evolution.

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“Our efforts are focused on delivering Nissan Intelligent Mobility, encompassing the three core elements of electrification, autonomous drive, connectivity and new mobility services,” he added.

Nissan expects electrified vehicles to account for 40 per cent of the company’s sales in Europe and Japan by 2022. This figure will rise to 50 per cent by 2025.

As part of this, Nissan will launch a product offensive in China this year, led by a new Leaf-based C-segment EV. In addition, Nissan is planning a more affordable small SUV, created via a Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance joint venture eGT New Energy Automotive. Two further derivatives are also being prepared.

Elsewhere, Nissan has stepped up plans for its ProPilot technology, suggesting the autonomous hardware will feature in 20 models across 20 markets by 2022. Like it’s electric tech, Nissan hopes to sell one million ProPilot-equipped vehicles each year by 2022.

In other news, sister brand Infiniti has announced plans to launch electrified cars in 2021. Within four years, it expects said models to account for 50 per cent of global sales.

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My guess is they would simply have to look at the car parked on the drive and think how unfortunate they’ve been to lose it. Although they could lose it for health/age reasons. They would obviously not be allowed to drive a car. But they could apply to the club to make a change to the insurance policy for another family member, so they could drive it.

Nissan Qashqai gains semi-autonomous ProPILOT features in the UK


James Brodie

2018-03-23 12:25

New special edition and range-topping Nissan Qashqai crossovers updated with semi-autonomous driving tech

The Nissan Qashqai is now available with semi-autonomous driving aids in the UK, and to mark the technology’s introduction a new special edition version of the firm’s popular crossover has been introduced.

Called the Qashqai Pilot One, it’s based on the range-topping Tekna+ version of the Qashqai and is priced from £33,380. Naturally, ProPILOT tech features as standard, assisting with braking, accelerating and steering in a single lane on highway grade roads. The tech can take over to a certain extent in both stop start traffic and at motorway speeds, though the driver must keep hands on the wheel and eyes on the road.

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The Pilot One also features pearlescent white paint and a chrome exterior styling pack. Inside, Pilot One Edition labelled scuff plates are found upon opening the doors, while the interior is upholstered in plum nappa leather.

Based on the Tekna+ car, it gets the Qashqai’s DCi 130 1.6-litre diesel with an Xtronic automatic gearbox sending power to the all-wheel-drive system. ProPILOT is available elsewhere in the Qashqai range though – it’s a £795 option on Tekna and Tekna+ models, though again only on cars with the DCi 130 Xtronic drivetrain.

An offering below the ProPILOT suite comes in the firm of the Drive Assist Pack, available as a £495 option. This includes most of the ProPILOT features, though it cannot bring the car to a complete halt and set off again once it is safe to do so.

Read our full in-depth review of the latest Nissan Qashqai...

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My guess is they would simply have to look at the car parked on the drive and think how unfortunate they’ve been to lose it. Although they could lose it for health/age reasons. They would obviously not be allowed to drive a car. But they could apply to the club to make a change to the insurance policy for another family member, so they could drive it.

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Listen and Learn all about Privilege Car Club

This is our latest hangout with the CEO of Privilege Car Club – Andy Wall

We have the throughout the week and at the end of each presentation the floor is open to a LIVE Q&A.

We have nothing to hide here at PCC and welcome all questions.

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My guess is they would simply have to look at the car parked on the drive and think how unfortunate they’ve been to lose it. Although they could lose it for health/age reasons. They would obviously not be allowed to drive a car. But they could apply to the club to make a change to the insurance policy for another family member, so they could drive it.

The Karlmann King is the world’s most expensive SUV


Joe Holding

2018-03-22 12:50

Reported to cost £1.56 million, the Karlmann King SUV boasts a 6.8-litre V10 and optional bulletproofing

A common complaint among car fans is that all SUVs look the same. But when it comes to the limited run Karlmann King, nothing could be further from the truth. Based on a Ford F-550, the Karlmann King is designed by Chinese company IAT and built by a team in Europe, with the aim of offering a “stealth” vehicle that provides “an unprecedented visual feast”.

We’ll leave you to decide on how much of a visual feast the Karlmann King is, and on just how ‘stealthy’ it looks, but the angular exterior has drawn comparisons with the Batmobile belonging to DC Comics’ Batman.

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At almost six metres in length, the Karlmann King tips the scales at 4.5 tonnes, although optional bulletproofing lifts this figure to a mighty 6,000kg.

Under the bonnet lies a 6.8-litre V10 left over from Ford’s F-550, although this is said to have been fettled to produce something in the region of 395bhp. The engine is mated to a six-speed automatic gearbox, with four-wheel-drive and air suspension front and rear.

Despite the extra power from the V10, it isn’t enough to overcome the Karlmann King’s tremendous kerbweight, with a top speed of just 87mph possible in the vehicle. This makes it slower than a bog standard Dacia Sandero, and with a reported starting price of £1.56 million, you could afford a fleet of 260 Sanderos while having change to spare.

That said, the opulence of the interior is a sight to behold. The ceiling features starlight headlining akin to that found in the Rolls-Royce Phantom, and the luxury leather seating can be combined with a range of bespoke colour schemes.

Features include independent air con front and rear, a coffee machine, neon lighting, a flat screen TV, electric tables, air purification and a fridge, to name but a few. All of the electric features can be controlled via an in-car app. Entertainment includes a Hi-Fi sound system, a PlayStation 4 and phone projection, with satellite TV available as an option.

Displayed at the Dubai International Motor Show last year, it has been reported that IAT will build fewer than a dozen Karlmann Kings, although we’re yet to hear if the SUV’s entire production run has been accounted for.

What do you think of the Karlmann King? Does it blow the luxurious Lagonda Vision Concept out of the water?

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No, you can only receive cash payments when you have qualified at the 20k level or 30k level. You will then be classed as a Master Member and you will then be an advert for the club. At that point PCC can reward members for helping others.
For example, by putting on a meeting, telling others about the club, speaking at our events and using your testimony. Technically you are not paid for recruiting.