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Scottsdale, Arizona, US
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Nissan at the Paris motor show 2008

Thu, 02 Oct 2008

By Ben Pulman Motor Shows 02 October 2008 09:51 A genuine (and exciting) surprise from Nissan in the shape of its Nuvu concept car. This cool little city car’s name literally translates as ‘new view’ and it’s Nissan’s view of urban transportation in 2015. Think of it as the company’s electric rival to the Toyota iQ.

Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 certified at 662 hp?

Thu, 26 Apr 2012

When the Ferrari Enzo burst out of the Italian sunrise 10 years ago, its Tipo F140 12-cylinder boasted a spleen-rending 651 hp. Oh, the difference a decade makes. This year, you can pop down to your local Ford dealership, lay down cash roughly equivalent to what would buy you an execrable Lincoln MKS and roll out in a machine with 662 ponies bucking under the hood.

Top Gear: TomTom SatNavs voiced by Jeremy Clarkson pulled

Thu, 13 Oct 2011

Clarkson's voiceover for TomTom SatNav cancelled It seemed like a cracking plan for all concerned to get Jeremy Clarkson to add a voiceover for a TomTom SatNav, particularly with the Top Gear live show rapidly approaching and a million children starting to wonder what on earth they can get dad for Christmas. But it looks like someone has dropped a big clanger as it’s been revealed that getting Jezza to attach his voice – and name – to a TomTom SatNav breaches the BBC’s editorial guidelines. As a non-commercial organisation (although that’s extremely debatable when it comes to BBC Worldwide) the Beeb has to make sure it’s not seen to be promoting any particular products and, more importantly, that its on-air talent aren’t entering in to commercial agreements for products they are associated with.