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Condition:New Brand:Not specified Placement:OEM PLASTIC Manufacturer Part Number:BANSHEE Type:STICKER GRAPHICS DECALS Warranty:Yes UPC:BANSHEE-A Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

Alfa Romeo’s future master plan

Thu, 26 Sep 2013

Alfa Romeo Alfa Romeo’s thrilling new 4C sports car "marks a line in the sand" for the Italian firm, according to head of Alfa Romeo Europe, Louis-Carl Vignon. Speaking to MSN Cars at the launch of the 4C, the Alfa exec confirmed the marque’s future products will be inspired by its new halo model, meaning we’ll see more high-tech, efficient and performance-focused Alfa Romeo’s in the near future. On Bing: see pictures of the Alfa Romeo 4C Alfa Romeo 4C review A new off-roader will make up the heart of the Alfa Romeo range Vignon also outlined that further variants of the 4C are possible, potentially including an open-top spider version, as well as a higher-powered, more hardcore model.

Bentley SUV (Falcon/EXP 9 F) to launch in Q1 2016

Tue, 01 Oct 2013

Bentley SUV (Falcon/EXP 9 F) to launch in Q1 2016 But we do know Bentley want to create a new niche with their SUV, that they will be investing heavily at Crewe to make the SUV – creating many new jobs in the process – and that it will launch at some point in 2016. But now we know Bentley plan to launch their SUV in Q1 2016 after Bentley’s Chris Buxton, Regional Manager for Middle East, Africa and India, told Indians Auto Blog: We are launching it in the first quarter of 2016. So I think between now and then it might get underground a little bit as we develop it and then closer to launch you will see what the car looks like.

Bonhams' Greenwich auction will show Italian rarities

Wed, 02 Apr 2014

The biggest star of Bonhams' seventh annual Greenwich auction will be the 1975 Lamborghini Countach LP400 Periscopica shown above, a pristine early example of the legendary wedge with a single owner and less than 10,500 miles -- its roof carried a groove cut into the sheetmetal that allowed light to hit the rearview mirror, providing a still-laughable semblance of rearward visibility. Of course, the door is always preferable. Just 158 LP400 Countachs were ever produced, before the firm moved on in 1978 to the outrageously styled LP400S.