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An adjustable speed limiter ranks high on the popularity list with Ford buyers in Europe. Ford says it sold more than 220,000 cars with the system last year on the Continent. The take rate has been particularly high on the Mondeo sedan (86 percent), the S-Max wagon (85 percent) and the Kuga SUV (83 percent).Wed, 06 Mar 2013
Welcome to CAR's guide to the 2013 Geneva motor show. We're bringing you news of every launch as it happens (including full details on the new 950bhp Ferrari LaFerrari and 903bhp McLaren P1) and we've gathered together all our stories on the most important new cars in this handy A-Z guide. Alfa Romeo 4CAlfa's gorgeous £50k Porsche Cayman rival Alpina BMW B3 BiTurboBMW tuner builds a turbocharged straight-six M3 Aston Martin Rapide S Aston facelifts its elegant limo, gives it extra 80bhp Aston Martin Vanquish CentenarySpecial 565bhp Vanquish celebrates Aston's 100th birthday Audi S3 SportbackAudi takes on the hot hatch crowd with 296bhp Quattro Audi RS Q3 It's the first ever SUV from Audi's RS tuning arm Bentley Continental Flying SpurBentley's fastest ever four-door packs 616bhp Bertone RapideEver thought your Aston Rapide needed more boot space? Try this...Wed, 16 Sep 2009
Ford has revealed the 2010 Focus ECOnetic at Frankfurt For the first time Ford has made Start-Stop an option, which was something we thought should be added to the Fiesta ECOnetic when we had it. The Focus ECOnetic also benefits from Smart Regenerative Charging and something called Tension FEAD (no, we had no idea either, but apparently it reduces friction) which help make the new ECOnetic Focus more economical and less polluting. With Stop-Start fitted to the 1.6 litre Duratorq TDCi the Focus manages to hit the magic 99g/km mark.
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