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Official: New Alfa Romeo Spider based on new Mazda MX-5

Sun, 20 Jan 2013 00:00:00 -0800

Following a MOU in May 2012, Alfa Romeo has confirmed they will be launching a new Alfa Spider in 2015 based on the next Mazda MX-5 Back in May 2012, Fiat and Mazda signed a memorandum of understanding to produce a new Alfa Romeo Spider built on the same platform as the next generation Mazda MX-5, and that has now turned in to a solid agreement with the new Alfa Spider arriving in 2015. But this won’t be a simple badge-engineering by Fiat to roll out a new Alfa Spider that’s just the same as the next MX-5 but with a different badge and grill, but will feature different styling and engines to make sure there is real differentiation between the roadsters. That means the new Alfa Spider getting Italian styling (which we hope has more than a passing nod to the original Alfa Spider) an, it’s expected, Alfa’s 1750cc engine we’ll see in the new Alfa 4C when that arrives.

2015 Volvo XC90 First Edition sells out in quick sticks

Sat, 06 Sep 2014 00:00:00 -0700

The new Volvo XC90 First Edition (pictured) is all sold out Last weekend we revealed details of the 2015 Volvo XC90 First Edition, a massive spec XC90 created by Volvo to launch the new XC90. And, despite a hefty £68,000 price tag, the entire run of 1,927 First Editions sold out in just 47 hours, with the majority reserved in the first hour. That 1,927 First editions – a number that represents the year Volvo was founded – is total availability for the world market, but 55 UK buyers are on the list and will get their cars in April 2015.

KTM X-Bow race car unveiled

Wed, 29 Oct 2008 00:00:00 -0700

By Chris Clarke First Official Pictures 29 October 2008 13:30 Less than year after the release of the X-Bow onto the scene, KTM has launched its €83,000 (£66,000) fully homologated GT4 race car. It's aptly called the KTM Race, and the official pictures show this exciting model in all its madcap glory. The inspiration of this new model comes from KTM's experiences drawn from a first season in motorsport.