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Geneva 2011 Live: Renault – world premiere concepts

Renault stand at the Geneva Motor Show 2011 has enjoyed both by the presence of two brand new concepts: Renault Captur and Renault R-Space and Sebastian Vettel‘s visit, reigning world champion in Formula 1. One of the most popular stands of the Geneva Motor Show was that of the French from Renault. The reason: although they didn’t brought new models ...

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Geneva 2011 Live: Hyundai i40 colored the Hyundai stand

Hyundai stand. Spotlights from Geneva Motor Show 2011 have fallen on to the Hyundai i40, a model that shows that a low price model should not necessarily be reflected in its design. Hyundai i40 as being Sonata’s replacement, came to Geneva 2011 in the station wagon version, the sedan is expected at a great future motor show. Possibly one in ...

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Geneva 2011 Live: Wiesmann Spyder Concept

Wiesmann exposed at  Geneva Motor Show a new concept: Wiesmann Spyder, a radical sports model with an innovative design philosophy, created just for the pleasure of driving. Wiesmann Spyder Concept is designed to capture the audience and to test public reaction to the idea of a potential radical model. German manufacturer will exhibit an extreme prototype, no doors and no ...

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Geneva 2011 Live: Fiat 500 Coupe by Zagato

Fiat had another debuted at Geneva Motor Show 2011 today: Fiat 500 Coupe by Zagato. Fiat 500 has reached in the hands of designers at Zagato and received a more aggressive look, along with a TwinAir engine with 105 hp and 155 Nm. Fiat 500 Coupe Zagato presents a classic architecture 2 +2 seating and keep dimensions of the compact ...

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Geneva 2011 Live: Audi

Audi introduced at the Geneva Motor Show stand  its new concept: A3, the prototype of which shall be born within a year the next generation of Audi A3. At Geneva Motor Show at the Audi stand was underlined by the brand’s three major premieres hosted by the Swiss Exhibition.

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