Well, this was supposed to be a big reveal for the New York Motor show, which kicks off to the paying public on the 10th, and journos a few days before. But fuzzy scans of the new BMW X6M and BMW X5M turned up on the web a couple of days ago, so it looks […]
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The first James Bond Museum in the world opens its doors this weekend (5/4/09) in the Lake District town of Keswick.
A selection of images of the Porsche Carrera GT, suitable for desktop wallpapers at standard resolution or widescreen resolution.
Ssangyong has revealed its C200 Hybrid, a more compact urban vehicle, offering 50% lower emissions and class leading fuel economy.
It has been confirmed that Virgin will sponsor Brawn GP for the rest of 2009, with a $30 million deal in place as main sponsor in 2010
Mitsubishi has released details of the Mitsubishi Outlander GT, featuring a re-design and extra options. Due in the UK in January 2010.
It is reported that Toyota are going to price the new Prius to match that of the Honda Insight to reduce the threat to sales.
In addition to the McLaren P11, and the 911 rivalling baby McLaren, it has been revealed McLaren are planning a replacement for the legendary McLaren F1.
The next Audi RS, the Audi RS5, is getting closer to launch, and has been spotted testing at the Nurburgring before a showing at Frankfurt this year.
Kia has revealed details of its Aero-Soul Concept, which will reduce emissions and boost economy by harnessing wind power to aid braking and cruising.