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For those of you who might think that a standard Lamborghini Murcielago wasn’t fast enough, well your prayers have been answered. Lamborghini just pulled off the covers of their latest road missile at this year’s Geneva Motor Show. It’s called the Murcielago LP670-4 SV. Continue reading
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One of the most highly anticipated premieres for this year’s Geneva Motor Show was for the latest version of the Bugatti Veyron. It is called the Bleu Centenaire, and marks the brands 100th birthday.
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I have an interesting question to ask; what do you get when you cross-breed a station wagon with a sport utility vehicle? You get the Audi A4 Allroad. OK, this isn’t exactly a new concept. Audi has been selling Allroad variants of their A6 model since 2000, and while the model was discontinued from the North American market in 2005, they still sell them in decent numbers in Europe. Continue reading
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Last year, Indian automaker Tata launched the cheapest new car on the planet, called the Nano. At this year’s Geneva Motor Show, they have brought along the European version of this model. Continue reading
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The Governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger (a.k.a. the “Governator”) was in Switzerland this week and dropped by the Porsche exhibit at the 79th Geneva Motor Show, to check out their new models. Of main interest was the Cayenne Diesel SUV. Continue reading
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Nissan surprised the crowds in Geneva with its latest concept vehicle, called the Qazana. This five-door, compact crossover is inspired by motorbikes and beach buggies according to Nissan, which said “Qazana shows that mind-numbing motoring could be a thing of past.” Continue reading
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There are plenty of people who would love to park an Audi R8 on their driveway, but are a bit short on cash. However, now there might be an alternative to satisfy their hunger for speed. Audi just launched the fastest version of their TT sports coupe at the 79th Geneva International Motor Show. Continue reading