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Tata Megapixel concept car at 2012 Geneva motor show

Tue, 06 Mar 2012 00:00:00 -0800

Remember the Tata Pixel, the posher, glitzier small car from the makers of the Nano breadcase? Now it's back for 2012, with the new Tata Megapixel concept car. It's an upgraded version of Tata's study into an urban runabout for the future, an electric supermini with a motor in each wheel.

Mini John Cooper Works WRC: the roll cage in detail

Wed, 06 Jul 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Mini claims it’s created the safest WRC car ever – with a little help from Prodrive.  And to prove the point, they’ve opened up the Mini Countryman WRC’s innards and spilled some of the secrets of its rollcage. The Countryman racer is stripped and fitted with a new type of rollcage designed by Prodrive. Its beams curve outwards and the Banbury engineers say it has been designed to withstand impacts much better than the straight crossbeams used in most WRC cars.

Hyundai Veloster Turbo Confirmed

Tue, 01 Nov 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Hyundai Veloster to get new 204bhp Turbo When Hyundai revealed details of the Veloster Coupe – the successor to the successful Hyundai Coupe – we found lots we liked and, really, just on thing we didn’t – its paucity of power. All the new Veloster had to offer was the 138bhp 1.6 litre GDI petrol which, although quite frugal, didn’t exactly light a fire of desire for the Veloster in the way we would have liked. So when we reported a couple of weeks ago that Hyundai had revealed a couple of new engines in Korea – a 204bhp turbo and a 150bhp diesel – we rather hoped that Hyundai would see fit to bolt both in to the Veloster sooner rather than later.