April 18, 2024
Mazda

A racing version of the Mazda MX5-GT

The Mazda MX5-GT is a lighter, faster, track-oriented Miata for those of you who just can’t get enough fun in this popular roadster. If I step off the patronizing plate for a few minutes I’m going to acknowledge that this version of the Mazda MX-5 is a lot more serios than most of us would

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Ford

Radical preps us for the SR3 SL

I couldn’t have spoken yesterday about the Ariel Atom without at least mentioning one of its biggest enemies; the Radical SR3. Speaking of which, the SR3 is due for an update which will be called the SR3 SL, an outright no nonsense speed machine.

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Audi

The Audi R5 could be closer than we think

News and rumors come and go in relation to the small mid engine Audi R5 but this latest of speculative information does make for some interesting reading. According to a British car magazine the Audi R5 is not only definitely happening but it could also be charming us with a very close launch date.

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Tuning VW

Volkswagen Golf R by Sport Wheels

The Volkswagen Golf, a nice car that went to being a great car with the GTI version and then went from great to even better in the R version. Now however, German tuning company Sport Wheels is offering a version of the new Golf that’s downright reckless.

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Renault

Renault Clio Gordini pricing for the U.K.

Gordini is one of the names that is closely related to Renault’s motor sport actions that has fallen under the radar for quite some time now. It would appear that the French manufacturer is attempting a revival with the latest generation of Clio and a spec level that is most likely full of the “puppy

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Lotus

A few more photos of the Hennessey Venom GT

Remember the 2011 Hennessey Venom GT ? Well we’ve just got a new set of photos, this time they reveal more than the previous, teaser shot looking images available for it.

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Ford

2011 Ford Explorer teaser

It would seem that Ford Motor Company have been embracing more and more new media advertising as the latest teaser for the 2011 Ford Explorer is coming from… Facebook. That’s right people, Dearborn has chosen the most popular social network to be the provider of some teaser shots of the next car to enter the

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Lotus

Lotus is killing off the Europa

The Lotus Europa has been marketed as a bigger softer Elise but it never really picked up sales. Maybe perhaps because people who want a Lotus aren’t big fans of practicality. And then the Norfolk based company launched the Evora which is a truly practical car the Europa pretty much bombed when it came to

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Subaru

Japan: New Subaru Impreza WRX STI Sedan and Impreza XV

Having been premiered to the world, the four-door sedan version of the 2011 Impreza WRX STI at the New York Auto Show in April and the Impreza XV crossover at the Geneva Motor Show back in March, Subaru has just made another important announcement. Both of these models have been officially confirmed for availability in

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Fisker

Fisker Karma will undergo testing this year

According to one of the major investors of the company, Fisker Automotive will be building anywhere between 70 and 100 Karma plug-in hybrid sedan this year for testing purposes. Most of these cars will be tested within the company but a few of them will actually make it out there, into the real world.

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Chevrolet

New Chevrolet Captiva LTZ version for UK Market

The British are getting a new top of the line model for the Chevrolet Captiva and it’ll get a trim-level name that’s quite often found on the stateside Chevrolet cars. The Chevrolet Captiva LTZ version will powered by a 2 liter turbo diesel engine producing 150 horsepower matted to either a five-speed manual or automatic transmission.

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Ford

Ford Mondeo joins EcoBoost family

The facelifted S-MAX and Galaxy people carriers opened the flood gates for Ford’s European division to expand availability of the 2.0-liter EcoBoost. Next in line for this particular upgrade and a little facelifting is the Ford Mondeo saloon.

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Citroen

Citroen Metropolis in the metal

Citroen have been recently showcasing drawings and renderings that took big luxury sedans to a new level in terms of looks. The drawings and renderings in focus all featured one single name: The Metropolis.

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Honda

Honda is going to Terminate Civic Type R Sedan

Honda has just announced that come August 2010 the Sedan version of the Civic Type R will no longer be made. In order to even out this decision Honda has announced that they will the three-door Civic Type R Euro hatchback into Japan.

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Kia

Kia Optima Coupe and Station Wagon

You may remember the 2011 Kia Optima release that happened just a few weeks ago. It’s the sort of car that people talk about. Well for the Korean car maker it’s not enough. They have recently announced there will be a Optima Coupe version and of course, a more traditional, Optima Station Wagon one. Quite

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Fisker

Fisker Karma will be touring North America

Fisker Automotive have announced today that they will begin a promotional tour of their plugin hybrid sedan that will take them to 42 cities in 26 states and three Canadian provinces over a period of two months. According to mister Fisker himself the tour is scheduled to leave the company’s headquarters in Irvine, California on

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Renault

Renault Laguna Coupe Monaco GP

The Monaco GP version of the new Renault Laguna Coupe is a limited edition that comes with a special two tone paint job and a few other interesting details. Besides this special exterior trim there’s also going to be some extra badges, as befits a special edition, on the sides, on the front grill and

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Seat

JE Design Seat Leon Cupra R

Germen tuner JE Design has always found VW Group cars a bit wet and the most recent car they’ve hotted up from them is the Seat Leon Cupra R. The 250 horsepower and 260 lbs-ft of torque provided by the stock 2 liter turbocharged engine is about enough for most people but it’s not the

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