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Land Rover Classic Steals The Show At Goodwood Festival  

The Goodwood Festival celebrated almost seven decades of Defender and Series Land Rover production last weekend. The three day event comprised of vehicle displays, parades and a look into the future as well as the past. Series Display Model The team at Jaguar Land Rover, donned in 1940’s apparel, displayed a Series 1 model at a 45 degree tilted angle; ...

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Suzuki Ignis: the first unofficial images of the new generation

The first images of the new generation Suzuki Ignis were published before the official presentation at the 2015 Tokyo Auto Show. Suzuki Ignis received a replacement and it will debut at the Tokyo Motor Show. The clue was on the internet before the official presentation, and the result is a car that looks very much like the concept IM4, who ...

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Honda FCV: the first information and details of the Toyota Mirai rival

Honda announced that its new hydrogen-powered model named Honda FCV, will be revealed at the end of October at the 2015 Tokyo Motor Show. The series will have a range of 700 kilometers. |The largest European Motor Show at the end of 2015 in Frankfurt, has closed its doors, but all the major players in the auto-market are preparing for another ...

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Tesla Model X the series version: zero emissions and 256 miles autonomy

Tesla Motors presents the Tesla Model X presented the final production version. The new X SUV has four-wheel drive, the rear doors open vertically and a range of 256 miles / 413 kilometers. Tesla Model X, the first electric SUV series available for sale, debuted on the market in the United States. It will be marketed in the near future ...

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How carmakers vitiate with 40% real fuel consumption figures. “Volkswagen scandal is just the tip of the iceberg”

Transport & Environment Association (ETA) published a study revealing the ways in which the cars are “doped” to consume 40% less than the official tests emission and fuel consumption. The biggest differences are for Daimler, Peugeot-Citroen and General Motors. A recent study recognized by the European Commission demonstrates what was already known: the new cars sold in Europe emit and consume ...

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