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BMW supercar stars in CAR’s new issue

Mon, 26 May 2008

By Phil McNamara First Official Pictures 26 May 2008 11:16 BMW is preparing the M1 Hommage concept for production, the new issue of CAR reveals. ‘We have the know-how, we have the right engine, we even have the infrastructure to build such a car,’ vows BMW board member Herbert Diess. The supercar was shot exclusively for CAR, and following interviews with BMW executives, our July issue reveals key project details including:• The timetable for production• The three-strong powertrain line-up• The lightweight body construction• The plan for ‘heron-wing’ doors, and a driver-focused, multi-layered interior • And why BMW’s new supercar won’t be called M1 Read the story in the July issue of CAR, on sale Wednesday 28 May.

Citroen DS High Rider concept (2010): first news

Fri, 12 Feb 2010

By Tim Pollard First Official Pictures 12 February 2010 13:56 Here's the big Citroën news at the 2010 Geneva motor show: the new DS High Rider concept car, a thinly veiled version of the forthcoming DS4 due in early 2011.It will be the second addition to the fledgling DS sub-brand of near-premium cars, following in the footsteps of the DS3. A three-door coupé, it's our first look at what is likely to replace the C4 hatchback range next year. Citroën DS High Rider concept car: more detailsThis is a four-seater coupé that looks distinctly achievable for production.

Infiniti confirms Q30 concept unveil in Frankfurt

Thu, 08 Aug 2013

Infiniti is to unveil the Q30 concept C-segment hatchback at next month's Frankfurt motor show. The Q30 concept, which has been previewed in a sketch, could be a pre-production version of the Etherea – first seen at the 2011 Geneva motor show –based on the same platform as the Mercedes-Benz A-Class. It's the carmaker's latest exploration into new premium segments and signifies an expansion of its product range as it moves to strengthen its global position.