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Porsche Design to launch two bikes

Wed, 03 Aug 2011

Porsche will be joining its fellow car manufacturers when they release two bikes in September. The Porsche Design ‘RS' and ‘S' bikes are designed with speed in mind and will be the latest additions to their Driver's Selection range. The ‘Rennsport', or ‘RS' bike, is a sports bike featuring a monocoque-constructed carbon frame for stability and damping, 20-speed Shimano XTR gear and 29-inch Crank Brothers wheels.

Peugeot 208 GTi – the video

Sat, 03 Mar 2012

Peugeot keep interest in the 208 GTi with a promo video With the Peugeot 208 GTi due to debut at Geneva next week as a concept, Peugeot release the first promo video. There are high hopes for the new Peugeot 208 GTi, with Peugeot desperately hoping a performance halo for the 208 range will evoke memories of the terrific 205 GTi and filter down in to much bigger sales for more prosaic 208s. So to keep interest in the public debut of the 208 GTi next week, Peugeot has been busy cobbling together a promo video to show the new GTi blatting around – in and out of focus – so we don’t have chance to forget the 208 GTI is on its way.

McLaren 650s Configurator goes live

Sun, 09 Mar 2014

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