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Electric Rolls Royce Phantom dropped

Sun, 12 Jun 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Electric Rolls Royce - not being built   Everyone’s at it – building electric cars, that is – and Rolls Royce are no different. They even put together an electric Rolls Royce Phantom for the Geneva Motor Show earlier this year. And in many ways you can almost see the logic in an electric Rolls Royce.

One Lap of the Web: Peugeot climbs, an extremist sinks and a proposed $1,500 race car

Thu, 18 Apr 2013 00:00:00 -0700

We spend a lot of time on the Internet -- pretty much whenever we're not driving, writing about or working on cars. Since there's more out there than we'd ever be able to cover, here's our daily digest of car stuff on the Web you may not otherwise have heard about. -- Peugeot has prepped a Pikes Peak 208, and the folks at Gizmag take an in-depth look at the car.

First Chinese MGs built

Tue, 27 Mar 2007 00:00:00 -0700

By Jack Carfrae Motor Industry 27 March 2007 02:17 Today is an historic day for Nanjing Automotive as the first MG built outside Longbridge will leave the production line at Nanjing’s factory in China. Around 1000 visitors are gathering at the plant to join in with the celebrations, where the new, Chinese-built MGs will be on display (above). The first cars off the production lines are the MG TF and the MG 7, which Brits will remember as the MG ZT.