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Paris Motor Show 2010: Lamborghini Sesto Elemento Concept

Lamborghini Sesto Elemento Concept has been treated as a celebrity at Paris Motor Show. Two weeks before its debut, the Italians gave us numerous signs announcing the creation of a car that will redefine the future of sport vehicles. Lamborghini named Sesto Elemento – “the sixth element”– wishing to emphasize its unique super car character. Moreover, it is believed that ...

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Paris Motor Show 2010: BMW Vision Efficient Dynamics

BMW will try to become the leader of super cars segment by revealing its series version of Vision Efficient Dynamics concept. The “athlete” will directly challenge the electric Audi e-tron. When describing the BMW Vision Efficient Dynamics at Paris Motor Show, the BMW representatives said that they will use the prototype as a starting point for a new design philosophy ...

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Paris Motor Show 2010: Renault DeZir

DeZire is the latest concept car of the French brand, proudly presented by its ambassadors at Paris Motor Show 2010. The French manufacturers consider it a pioneer in the automobile industry: the car heralding a new design language and a new technological direction which will be adopted by Renault in the near future. Renault DeZir combines in a Kevlar body ...

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Paris Motor Show 2010: Peugeot 508 a world premiere

The Peugeot stand at Paris Motor Show was very rich this year, displaying a host of innovations. The most important, of course, is the new Peugeot 508. As a world premiere at Paris Motor Show 2010, the new Peugeot 508 is proving to be a very pleasant surprise. The French mid-class sedan displays a refreshing and in the same time ...

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Paris Motor Show 2010: Jaguar CX-75

Jaguar is celebrating 75 years of existence through the spectacular concept presented at Paris Motor Show 2010. Baptized C-X75, the concept car is powered by electric engines, forecasting the future Jaguar vehicles. Jaguar C-X75 marks 75 years of existence for the British brand. The inspiration for this concept was found in the brand’s emblematic vehicles as C-Type and D-Type (from ...

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