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Volkswagen

Volkswagen musical offerings aim to beat rivals!

VOLKSWAGEN is inviting car buyers who love their music to get into the groove. The carmaking giant thinks that attracting music lovers is the key to boosting sales in the small car market. It is hoping two special editions of its award-winning up! will be in tune with drivers who have a keen ear for […]

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Qoros GQ3

Qoros aims the GQ3 at aspirational drivers

QOROS, the independent carmaker from China, has unveiled its GQ3 model, the first in a line of cars aimed specifically at the European and its home markets. They have drawn together a team of international specialists to plot the new models and the GQ3 is a saloon which falls into the C segment of the […]

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Connectivity

Powered by your smartphone’s connectivity

FORGET a mobile phone being for calls, texts etc — Hyundai has something else in mind for today’s smartphones. Not content with Bluetooth connectivity and keeping in touch, the Korean manufacturer is utilising the power of modern smartphone operating systems. The company has previewed the prototype of its Connectivity Concept in Frankfurt, Germany. The technology displays […]

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Mii Auto box

Now Mii comes with automatic gearbox

SEAT is boosting the appeal of its Mii by bringing out a version with an automatic gearbox. Already claiming class-leading interior space and versality, the addition of the automated manual gearbox is sure to prove attractive for those looking for a little more luxury. In fact, the new sequential transmission boosts fuel consumption figures. The […]

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Continental takes on the world

The Continental GTC epitomises quality and style FOLLOWING the launch of the GT coupe last year, the new Continental GTC builds on the earlier cabriolet. The designers and engineers at Bentley have pulled out all the stops to improve almost every aspect of the iconic convertible. The first GTC was elegant and understated, while the […]

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