Monthly Archives: December 2010

BMW 1-Series M Coupe launched

After what feels like months and months of teasing, BMW has finally unveiled the 1 Series M Coupe, and it looks like a proper monster!  In the nicest possible way of course.

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Renault forms new F1 division

Renault has today announced the creation of Renault Sport F1, the sporting division that will be responsible for Renault’s involvement in Formula 1™ racing as a supplier of engines and technology for the 2011 season and beyond.

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New look for Vauhxall’s 4×4

Vauxhall has updated their Antara 4×4 for the New Year with a new look and revised pricing.

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Audi RS3 finally announced

Ever since Audi launched the original S3, rumours have circulated about an RS3.  So many rumours, in fact, that aftermarket tuners such as MTM stepped in to offer upgrades to enthusiasts who had the nerve, and the deep pockets, to … Continue reading

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Unique training programme for company car drivers

Volvo has teamed up with Ultimate Car Control to offer a training programme for company car drivers.  

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75 Years of Jaguar history in one iPad app

Blimey, they’re all at it now.  No sooner did I hear about the Renault iAd, than I found this on the Jaguar Press website.

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Renault launches first European iAd

Renault will reportedly launch Europe’s first iAd on the Apple platform on the 2nd December with a campaign for Twizy, its new 100% electric tandem-style city car.

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BMW – 50 years on

It’s easy to associate BMW with words like ‘prestige’, ‘upmarket’, ‘successful’ and so on, but it wasn’t always the case. 

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Renault simplifies model lineup for 2011

Ah, the good old days.  Things seemed so much simpler then.  I remember a time when car manufacturers like Ford, for example, had simple trim levels that people could understand.  Popular, Popular Plus, L, GL, Ghia and so on.  And … Continue reading

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