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Rumormill: Aston Martin Cygnet could get V12

Fri, 26 Oct 2012

A few years ago, if you would have asked us about 500-hp city cars, we would have said, “Awesome, but never going to happen.” We were proven wrong with last year's Nissan Juke-R and we may be proven wrong again with a V12-powered Aston Martin Cygnet. That's right, Autocar reports that Aston is studying the feasibility of taking the Toyota iQ-based Cygnet and shoehorning the V12 from its Vantage and DB9 models. Aston says it could fit the V12 in the tiny car's engine bay without major modifications.

Beijing Motor Show 2006

Wed, 22 Nov 2006

The 9th Beijing Motor Show has opened at the China International Exhibition Center. Alternating with the Shanghai Motor Show, 'Auto China 2006' is the largest auto show in the history of China. More than 90 vehicles from 30 different manufacturers are on display.

First Lamborghini Huracans making £30k premiums

Fri, 11 Apr 2014

Lamborghini Huracan (pictured) fethcing premiums of up to £30k Tim Marlow, Director of Magnitude Finance, has revealed that two of their clients are amongst the first UK buyers due to get their car, and despite financing the purchase they’ve already decided to flip their car as soon as it arrives for a quick return. One has already secured a £27k premium for the car – which he won’t even bother to drive before he sells it on – and the expectation is that premiums could hit £30k in the first months after the Huracan arrives, such is demand for Lamborghini’s new supercar. But with UK dealers expecting just 4 cars each in 2014 (although Lamborghini London are getting a few more) those buyers who got in quick for an early delivery are sitting on a near 20 per cent profit as the less organised seek to get behind the wheel.