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Honda HR-V Rendering Gives The CUV Some Off-Road Chops

The Honda HR-V has all of the qualities that make a good CUV; it’s sensible, efficient, affordable, and not offensive to look at. But what if Honda decided to take its next-generation HR-V in a dramatic new direction? Inspired by retro Honda styling and modern concepts like the Sports EV, designer Navneeth Kannan has come up with a unique take on the HR-V ...

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Someone Rendered The New Audi RS6 Avant Based On Our Spy Pics

We only just spied the next-generation Audi S6 Avant for the first time a couple weeks ago. However, we’ve seen camouflaged prototypes of the A6 sedan and wagon for some time now. A new hardcore RS6 is pretty much a given, though we probably won’t see it for some time after the A6 is revealed. Fortunately, there are some talented ...

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Three Decades Of Droptop M

For three decades now, the open-top high-performance sports car from the BMW M GmbH has combined precise handling and exhilarating dynamics with a fascinating feeling of freedom. Exclusive design and equipment features showcase the edition model’s racing DNA. Munich. 30 years ago, the BMW M GmbH complemented its model range for the first time with an open-top high-performance automobile. Just in ...

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BMW M4 Convertible Edition 30 Jahre

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Volvo XC40 to get three-pot engine

VOLVO has announced its is bringing its first three-cylinder engine to its upcoming XC40 small SUV, and the new powertrain will arrive in 2019 following the model’s Australian debut in the second quarter of this year. The three-cylinder petrol engine will be paired with an electric motor for a plug-in hybrid (PHEV) variant in 2020, which will be joined by ...

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BMW M4 Convertible 30 Jahre Edition Announced

February 19, 2018 Highlights: • Production limited to 300 units• M Competition Package• 450hp• M Sport Exhaust System• Available in Macao Blue and Mandarin II Individual colors• High Gloss Shadow Line trims for the BMW kidney grille surround, the M side gills, the model lettering and the forged M wheels• 20-inch wheels Orbit Grey matte color• Merino full leather trim ...

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Tesla Roadster launch captured in test track video

Tesla was recently spotted testing its next-generation Roadster on the test track at its factory in Fremont, Calif., and now we have footage of the supercar’s vaunted launch capabilities. Twitter user Shehryar Khan posted the following video last week complete with an adoring, all-caps tagline (beware the salty language at the end). ROADSTER I LOVE ELON MUSK pic.twitter.com/YAzS9WBjw1 — Shehryar ...

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2018 BMW 440i Coupe Review: Bimmer-esque

– Detroit, Michigan Verdict 6 / 10 In many ways the BMW 440i Coupe should embody the qualities that driving enthusiasts love most about the brand: handling chops, pace, and elegance in a uniquely German wrapper. And for just a few days of driving it – Southeast Michigan was inundated with snow for most of the time I was loaned the ...

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Lexus stretches RX appeal with seven-seater

LEXUS Australia has slapped a premium of up to $3300 for its new seven-seat RX L SUV over its five-seat siblings, and the company says it expects the new addition to add incremental sales and ultimately account for almost a quarter of the RX’s overall volume. Speaking to GoAuto at the launch of the new SUV in Byron Bay, Lexus ...

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Mazda Now Benchmarks Toyota Instead Of BMW

Car companies constantly compare their future products with models from other brands that are already on sale to see whether their new creations are ready to compete against the rivals. Mazda, for example, has been benchmarking its vehicles with BMW, because the two automakers share some philosophies about what a car should be. But this is no longer the case, ...

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