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This guy was the giveaway bobblehead at the Mopar Nats a few years ago.
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Jaguar F-Type Coupe revealed early The new Jaguar F-Type Coupe will be officially revealed later today (well, the early hours of tomorrow in the UK) as Jaguar stage a Range Rover Sport style dynamic reveal in Los Angeles. But the new F-Type – teased to death by Jaguar in the last few weeks – has arrived a little early thanks to a scanned page from a German car magazine which had access to the details of the new F-Type ahead of its reveal to get their copy in place. It reveals an F-Type that looks very like the original C-X16 Concept the F-Type was heralded by, but with the glass roof we saw in an earlier tease, although the haunches and the transition in to the tail gate look a little rounder than they did on the C-X16 (but that could be an illusion in the images).Fri, 17 Apr 2009
Parajet's Skycar looks set for road-legal production in 2010 [ad#ad-1] Three months ago we brought you news on the plans of London Company Parajet International Ltd to take their Skycar on a trip to Timbuktu. Well, not only was the trip a great success – they arrived in Timbutu on 26th March – but the Skycar is now destined to go in to production next year. Bedfordshire Company Rage Motorsport, best known for producing Buggies, is to partner with Parajet to produce completely road-legal versions of the Skycar, with Rage producing the cars/buggies and Parajet adding the bits to make it fly (which makes sense!).Mon, 18 Feb 2013
Rinspeed has previewed its microMAX commuter vehicle concept ahead of its debut at the upcoming Geneva motor show, where it aims to blur the boundaries between cars. taxis and busses. The prototype, measuring in at 3,700mm long and 2,200mm high, is designed to flexibly offer the benefits of both personal and public transport to those driving themselves to regular commuters in carpools – as shown in the delightfully cringe-inducing promo video photos.