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Fri, 15 Jan 2010
The Mercedes E-Class Cabriolet was launched at the Detroit Motor Show this week
It’s easy to forget that a car has not officially launched when we’ve already reported on most of the detail. Such is the case with the new Mercedes E Class Cabriolet. Mercedes released lots of information on the E Class Cabrio back in December, but this week at the Detroit Motor Show was the first public reveal, so we thought we ought to report it.
Fri, 03 Dec 2010
The Ferrari 458 Challenge
It seems Ferrari had a bit of an issue when they decided they wanted to take the 458 Italia racing – it was just so good in standard form. So instead of giving the 458 Italia more power, they concentrated on making the 458 lighter and tighter to create the Ferrari 458 Challenge, unveiled this week in Bologna. The 458 Challenge gets exactly the same 562 horses out of its 4.5 litre V8 as the Italia.
Thu, 26 Aug 2010
The Chevrolet Orlando MPV (left) seems a bit bland after the concept (right)
Chevrolet first penned the idea of the Chevrolet Orlando with a concept in 2008 (which you can see on the right in the picture above). That has now turned in to the production Orlando which will debut at the Paris Motor Show in October, but it does seem to have lost something in the process of going from concept to production. Quelle surprise (well, it is the Paris Motor Show).