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Car of the Year 2011 in Europe

There are some small objects in this world with an amazing value. Objects that give the owner a title of supremacy and gratitude for all that he had accomplished. I’m talking about: Oscars, Emmys and all the other trophies anyone wants to have.  In our field all the car manufacturers fight over the title: Car of the Year, a category ...

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“How to beat the Germans”

Nissan launches advertising campaign in the UK called “How to beat the Germans” to promote the 370Z and the GT-R by highlighting their “superior performance but at a lower cost than comparable direct to the German rivals” . So these days Audi TTS and Porsche Cayman are turning the streets of London with provocative writing on the side: “more expensive, ...

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The new BMW X3

BMW has released the first official pictures and videos of the new X3 Sports Activity Vehicle who was introduced in 2003 and sold over 600,000 copies so far. The second-generation X3 (project code F25) measuring 465 cm in length (+8.3 cm), 188 cm wide (+2.8 cm) and 171 cm in height (+1.2 cm), while step increases of 1.5 cm to ...

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First official images of Peugeot 508 production series

A few pictures of the new mid-range model Peugeot 508 from the French manufacturer leaked on the Internet a few weeks before its official debut. Is this model inspired by the new Hyundai Sonata? Let’s see! This version will also be presented at the upcoming Paris Motor Show and will be built in both sedan version – called GT, and as ...

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Chevrolet Volt: on sale from October

Chevrolet Volt will be available on dealers from October in Austin (Texas) and New York, U.S. metropolitan areas designated for the difference in climate and the usufruct different car. “We decided to sell the Volt in these two cities,” said Ed Whitacre, CEO General Motors, “for this feature in itself as vehicle designed to carry commuters also indicated for longer ...

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