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Toyota FT-HS Concept (2007): first official pictures

Sun, 03 Jun 2007

By Tim Pollard First Official Pictures 03 June 2007 02:33 Toyota FT-HS Concept: the lowdown Salvation for supercar lovers in the 21st century: Toyota has turned its hand to creating a sports coupe with green credentials - and the futuristic FT-HS Concept mixes green with mean rather well, we think. Don't believe us? Well, how about 0-60mph in four seconds and 400bhp from a 3.5-litre V6 hybrid drivetrain - in a car that runs silently on electric power through town, with nothing more troubling than an electric whirr from the quad tailpipes.

2014 MINI Driver Assist Systems revealed

Fri, 11 Oct 2013

2014 MINI Driver Assist Systems revealed (heads-up display pictured) The 2014 MINI – an all-new MINI – is due to be revealed on 18th November – Sir Alex Issigonis’s 107th birthday – as MINI drives in to a new generation with a car that is all new and rather BMW under the skin. (adsbygoogle=window.adsbygoogle||[]).push({});We’ve already seen what the new MINI will look like with the reveal of the MINI Vision Concept, and now we get to see some of the new technology the new MINI will offer, in particular its driver assist systems. MINI say the new driver assist systems will use intelligent networking to transform the new MINI in to a proper driver’s assistant, with technology that aims to inform and assist Making the most of BMW’s technology, the new MINI comes with a heads-up display that puts important information right in the driver’s line of sight, with a small folding screen on the dashboard displaying stuff like speed, Nav instructions, alerts and infotainment information.

Peugeot 90X breaks cover

Thu, 04 Nov 2010

Once a well kept secret in Peugeots Sport factory in V√©lizy, near Paris, Peugeots new 2011, codenamed 90X, has been out and about for its first test at the Monza track. While the 90X complies with the new ACO's 2011 regulations, it still requires some considerable amount of work to be done to be ready for 2011. A curvier windscreen and slight change to the nose but the biggest changes are the new fin leading from the cockpit to the rear spoiler, aimed to offer more down force and avoid flipping in the case of a high speed crash.