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Yesterday, 07 March 2017

Skoda to showcase vision of electric future at the Shanghai Motor Show
News 7 Mar, 2017 Bespoke Skoda EV model could be heading to Shanghai as CEO confirms the brand's plans for an 'electric shock' in China

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New all-electric Audi SUV won't be called Q6
Despite being unveiled in conceptual form as the Q6 e-tron quattro, Audi's electric vehicle will take a different name in production Audi’s first electric SUV is unlikely to carry the Q6 name after all, it has been revealed. Unveiled in concept form in 2016 as the Audi Q6 e-tron quattro SUV, the car was expected to carry the alphanumeric name into production. However, speaking at the Geneva motor show today, brand boss Rupert Stadler cautioned that the name could be dropped “as it sets price expectations”. “We would like to push e-tron as a brand, and we don’t want to limit the nomenclature for the car," he said. "Calling it Q6 fixes the price in some people’s minds, just as calling a car Q8 does. I don’t want to set those limits.” Although Audi is at the forefront of premium manufacturers launching battery-electric SUVs, it is expected to be beaten to market by the Jaguar I-Pace.  Audi’s car will be built on a development of the electrified platform Porsche is using for its Mission E electric saloon. Its electric motors will produce close to 496bhp, it will have a range of around 500km (311 miles) and is expected to cost around £60,000. Read more

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Ferrari boss: we need to reconsider the California
Sergio Marchionne isn't happy with the positioning of Ferrari's entry-level, open-top sports car Ferrari boss Sergio Marchionne has been openly critical of the company’s entry-level California coupe-convertible at a Geneva press conference, suggesting that the model "has a hard time seeing itself as a full-blown Ferrari" and that it needs to be reconsidered. "This is the biggest topic of conversation at Ferrari right now," Marchionne added. The California was originally conceived as a Maserati project from the era when Ferrari directly owned that company. However, the car’s complexity meant that it was not viable at a Maserati price, which had to sit below the Ferrari range. Development of the car was well advanced, however, and, as predicted by Autocar, it instead emerged bearing a prancing horse badge and carrying a higher price but with capabilities that fell somewhat short of Ferrari’s high standards. The revised California T addressed some of the issues and the upgraded car earned more critical praise than the original version. However, while not suggesting that the model be dropped, Marchionne appears to be suggesting that a major reappraisal of the California's role and character are under way.

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Ferrari considering all-new model for line-up
Boss Sergio Marchionne said he believes there is "unexplored space on the premium side" Ferrari is considering an additional model for its mainstream range that would sit alongside the California, the 488, the new 812 Superfast and the GTC4Lusso. Boss Sergio Marchionne speaking at the Geneva motor show said that "we need to rethink supply", admitting that many customers are frustrated by long waiting lists and models that have been sold out, and believes that there is "unexplored space on the premium side". He would not be drawn on what type of model it would be, nor the potential price range or a launch date, but added that "if there isn’t a waiting list (for it), we’d be doing something wrong". Ironically it’s waiting lists that are part of Marchionne’s reason for expanding the range. They have a lot of frustrated customers who don’t want to wait – ‘we are losing customers to Lamborghini’ – one of whom he spoke to that morning on Ferrari’s stand. Increasing the numbers would partly tackle that, raising Ferrari’s overall annual output

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Video: 14 cars you must see from the 2017 Geneva motor show
Here's our full round-up of the star cars on display in Geneva, featuring Ferrari, McLaren, Honda, Porsche, Lamborghini and many more This is the only 2017 Geneva Motor Show video you'll need. Featuring the (deep breath, people) - Alpine A110 - Aston Martin Valkyrie - Audi Q8 Sport Concept - Bentley EXP12 Speed 6e - Ferrari 812 Superfast - Honda Civic Type R - Lamborghini Huracan Performante - McLaren 720S - Mercedes-AMG GT Concept -

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Tesla Model S forces radical rethink for next Volkswagen Phaeton
VW boss admits the Model S has forced the brand to up its game in redeveloping its luxury saloon, which is due in around 2020 The Tesla Model S killed off development of the next-generation Volkswagen Phaeton, forcing a rethink of how the discontinued model will be relaunched in 2020. The revelation by Volkswagen brand boss Herbert Diess was made at the Geneva motor show, where he admitted that any new large VW saloon would have to have “next-generation” technology. “We were quite far advanced with the next Phaeton but it became clear it wasn’t enough of a leap forwards,” said Diess. “A modern large saloon has to be competitive and have an advantage over the Tesla, which is the benchmark and in many regions dominates the segment. “Now, if we go back there, we have to take Tesla seriously, and of course that is what we are doing with our electric strategy.” The next-generation Phaeton is rumoured to be undergoing development for a launch in around 2020, but the model will most likely be a radical departure from the current car in order to take advantage of the space-efficient MEB electric car platform currently being developed by VW. As such, it is likely to compete with the Tesla on range, interior packaging and quality, while delivering the option of similar acceleration and performance levels. The previous VW Phaeton went off sale in the UK in

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Audi electric hypercar under consideration
Audi's possible electric hypercar could rival the likes of the Aston Martin Valkyrie and Mercedes Project One Audi is considering launching a hypercar to rival the likes of the Mercedes Project One and Aston Martin Valkyrie. The project was revealed by CEO Rupert Stadler at the Geneva motor show, but it is thought to only be at an early development stage. If it goes ahead, the hypercar is likely to be launched towards the end of the decade, when Audi has committed to having three electric production cars on sale. The so-called Audi Q6 e-tron SUV will be the first to be launched next autumn, potentially under the e-tron brand name. “I am looking forward to what’s possible in terms of new technology,” said Stadler when asked if Audi Sport would develop a rival to the Mercedes Project One. “There are some interesting ideas there, especially if you look to our interest in Formula E and electromobility.” The Audi R8 e-tron project was canned just 19 months after being launched in 2016. Conceived to act as a showcase for the German car maker’s battery technology and electrical system know-how, it was powered by t

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2017 Volvo XC60 set to take on Jaguar F-Pace
Swedish manufacturer has evolved the big-selling mid-size SUV to battle premium rivals, such as the Jaguar F-Pace and Audi Q5 The launch of the second-generation Volvo XC60 at Geneva will further accelerate the firm’s dramatic sales growth, with the all-new car set to be pitched against the Audi Q5, BMW X3, Jaguar F-Pace and Mercedes-Benz GLC in the booming mid-size SUV sector. Volvo sales have risen for the past three years, with the growth led by the popularity of the XC90, S90 and V90. Combined sales of the 90-series models grew 125% last year compared with 2015. However, the outgoing XC60, which was launched in 2008, hinted at the potential appeal of the new model by setting a new sales record in 2016, accounting for 161,092 units of Volvo’s 534,332 total annual sales. The new XC60 sits on Volvo’s SPA large car platform, which will underpin all of the firm’s 60 and 90 models, including the all-new S60 saloon and V60 estate that are expected early next year. The move to the new platform has allowed Volvo to make the new SUV longer, lower and wider than its predecessor, withou

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Promoted: the All-new SEAT Ibiza at Geneva - LIVE coverage
Special live coverage – everything you need to know about the newest version of SEAT's supermini Welcome to Autocar’s special promoted coverage of SEAT’s activities at the Geneva Motor Show. We’re reporting live from the Barcelona firm’s stand in the Palexpo Convention Centre from the two press days of the show, with live updates, photos and videos. SEAT has a major presence at Geneva, headlined by the all-new Ibiza supermini. The firm is also showcasing the stylish new Leon CUPRA. SEAT has also invited a small number of passionate Ibiza owners to Geneva to see the new car for themselves. We’ll be chatting to SEAT’s two UK ambassadors at regular points throughout the two days to get their take on the all-new Ibiza and everything else going on. We hope you enjoy the coverage. If you want to get involved, you can share your views on social media using the hashtag #SEATgeneva. To learn more about the new Ibiza, click here. Sign up to be the first to know more about the new Ibiza here. To learn more about the new Leon CUPRA, click here. 19.29: That's the end of our live coverage for today - b

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Updated Porsche 911 GT3 gains manual gearbox and 9000rpm redline
Having offered only a PDK dual-clutch auto since 2013, Porsche has decided to reintroduce a manual option The revised Porsche 911 GT3 is regaining a manual gearbox option, following criticism that the current car has been offered only with a seven-speed PDK dual-clutch automatic gearbox since it was launched in 2013. Revealed at the Geneva motor show, the revised GT3 uses a 493bhp 4.0-litre flat six, replacing the 469bhp 3.8-litre flat six. It is a development of the engine used in the 911 R and GT3 RS, with an upgraded valve train, a stiffer crank, low-friction cylinder liners, a new cylinder head design that dispenses with hydraulic valve adjusters and a 9000rpm redline - 750rpm more than the RS. The difference is “a quantum leap”, according to Porsche GT boss Andreas Preuninger. “It is an absolute dream,” Preuninger added. “It has the ability to rev explosively. This is a unique selling point.” With the seven-speed PDK gearbox and launch control, the new GT3 will hit 62mph from rest in 3.4sec and reach 199mph. The six-speed manual version is slower off the line, at 3.9sec to 62mph, but can hit 200mph. Porsche has learned lessons from the

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Peugeot chief’s export plan to make GM deal success
Tavares to sell Opel cars outside Europe to help German company return to profits

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Alpine A110 due in Britain next year
New sports car weighs in a 1080kg, with 1.8-litre engine developing 247bhp; its power-to-weight eclipses that of the Cayman The new Alpine A110 has been engineered to have a better power-to-weight ratio than its most accomplished rival, the Porsche Cayman, as the reborn brand bids seeks to wow buyers by making one of the most agile sports cars in the world. Inspiration for that philosophy comes from Alpine’s heritage, with the Renault offshoot having cemented its reputation in the 1960s and 70s through giant-killing performances in racing and rallying, most notably with victories in world rallying and at Le Mans. However, while the new A110 revives the name of the car that Alpine is most famous for historically, its head of engineering David Twohig, told Autocar: “It’s inspired by our history, especially with that emphasis on light steering and a car that turns around you, but above all it’s a thoroughly modern sports car.” The A110 - which revives the name of Alpine’s most iconic car - is powered by a turbocharged 249bhp 1.8-litre four-cylinder engine producing 236lb ft of torque, linked to a wet clutch seven-speed paddle shift transmission and transversely mounted and located mid to rear in the rear-drive car. It weighs 1080kg at the kerb, the compact A110 has a power-to-weight ratio of 231bhp/tonne. The 718 Cayman has 296bhp and weighs 1335kg (a power-to wei

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2017 Honda Civic Type R unveiled
The extreme focus of the current Civic Type R has been toned down in an effort to attract a wider audience; on sale this autumn The new Honda Civic Type R hot hatch will strike the perfect balance between performance and comfort, according to project boss Hideki Kakinuma. Talking about the all-new, tenth-generation Civic-based hot hatch, Kakinuma said: “We are trying to balance two aspects. Some rivals focus on extreme performance and others are going in the comfort direction. We want to go right in the middle.” The current Type R has been criticised for being too performance-focused, so this move is an acknowledgement that a more middle-of-the-road approach is needed in order to attract a broader audience, not least in the US, where the Type R will be sold for the first time. Despite this intention, Kakinuma also confirmed that the new Type R will make an attempt on the Nürburgring Nordschleife front-wheel-drive lap record this spring. A pre-production version of the previous-generation model held the Nürburgring record of 7min 49.21sec until last May, when Volkswagen’s Golf GTI Clubsport S recorded a lap time 1.4sec faster. Honda subsequently responded by setting new front-wheel-drive lap records at five European racing circuits. The new Civic Type R features a revised version of the turbocharged 2.0-litre VTEC petrol engine used by the outgoing model.

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Electric Bentley EXP12 Speed 6e roadster revealed in Geneva
Two-seater concept illustrates Bentley’s interest in electric powertrains; its look evolves that of the EXP10 coupé concept The Bentley EXP12 Speed 6e is a two-seater concept that reinforces its maker’s growing interest in electric propulsion as a two-seater luxury car medium with a new two-seat roadster concept. Unveiled at the Geneva motor show, the new car develops many of the themes first expressed in the EXP10 coupé concept unveiled in Geneva two years ago. It also signals the direction of Bentley’s thinking about the shape of the fifth model line to which Bentley CEO Wolfgang Dürheimer has often referred. A two-seat sports car has not yet been signed off for production, but Dürheimer has previously told Autocar that adding another model would put Bentley “on a very sound footing for the future”. He said: “I can tell you that the new car will be younger and more exciting than anything in our line-up. It will appeal to a completely new kind of customer.” Showing a convertible version in Geneva is a perfect way to gauge industry and public reaction ahead of a likely sign-off for the car, which is slated for production in 2019. The EXP12 has been designed in Bentley’s Crewe studios under design director Stefan Sielaff. Its

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EU consumer watchdogs target VW over diesel cheat
National authorities to join forces to allege carmaker misled customers

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German tuner Mansory launches Ferrari 488-based 4XX Siracusa Spider
Heavily modified supercar produces 779bhp and reaches 62mph a tenth quicker than standard German tuner Mansory has revealed a range of cars at the Geneva motor show, including the Ferrari 488-based 4XX Siracusa Spider. The mid-engined supercar has been heavily modified both technically and aesthetically, with drastic changes to the car’s exterior including a wider lower grille and deeper side intakes. There are also two fixed wings and gold wheels.   The car’s twin-turbocharged 3.9-litre V8 has received a new engine control unit to extract a further 109bhp, bringing peak output to 779bhp and trimming a tenth from the 488’s 3sec 0-62mph time. Top speed also grows by 7mph to 212mph. Alongside the modified Ferrari were other cars including a Porsche Panamera, Rolls Royce Dawn and Mercedes S-Class Cabrio, which all received heavy changes. The new Bentley Bentayga has also been subjected to Mansory changes, with the finished product sporting a two-tone black finish and more aggressive stance.

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New electric Bentley lined up for 2021 debut
News 7 Mar, 2017 EXP 12 Speed 6e show car being used to gauge customer reaction to electric Bentley; will use Porsche Mission E tech

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New Lamborghini Huracan Performante - exclusive pictures
This new hardcore Huracan, which gets a 631bhp V10, has recently smashed the Nürburgring production car lap record and will cost £213,000 The track-focused Lamborghini Huracán Performante has been revealed at the Geneva motor show, a week after a camouflaged version smashed the Nürburgring production car lap record, beating the Porsche 918 Spyder’s time by 5.0sec. Driven by Lamborghini test driver Marco Mapelli, the Performante recorded a lap time of a 6min 52.01sec. The Huracán Performante uses a  631bhp, 443lb ft mid-mounted 5.2-litre V10, which is the most powerful engine of its type yet produced by Lamborghini. The model can hit 62mph from rest in 2.9sec, 0.3sec faster than the regular Huracán, and top speed is 202mph. With a dry weight of 1382kg, it has a power-to-weight ratio of 464bhp per tonne. Lamborghini said the engine has an "optimised" torque curve, with 70% of torque available at just 1000rpm. The car's seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission has also been "optimised in order to match the increased performance".

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Porsche 911 to get mid-engined version and major design change
Porsche 911 RSR Porsche Motorsport’s Andreas Preuninger hints at a mid-engined 911 and the biggest conceptual design change in the model's history Porsche seems poised to make the biggest conceptual change to the design of the 53-year-old 911 and for the first time put a mid-engined version on sale. Porsche Motorsport’s manager of high-performance cars, Andreas Preuninger, told Autocar: "There is nothing coming soon, but in the mid-term don’t rule it [a mid-engined 911] out." He added: "I think that adding some excitement to the car in this way wouldn’t be bad." Preuninger’s boss, Frank Walliser, confirmed there was significant customer interest in such a car. Porsche Motorsport has a proud tradition of listening closely to its customers, one reason why a manual gearbox is now once more available on the latest 911 GT3. The mid-engined 911 will be comparatively easy for Porsche to produce, not least because the car already exists in racing RSR form and proved its potential by coming second in the Daytona 24 Hours on its first outing. There is no issue with rear seats because GT 911s have always been homologated as two

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Citroen C5 Aircross SUV to be revealed at Shanghai motor show
Citroen's slow-selling C5 saloon will morph into a C-segment SUV aimed primarily at the Chinese market The new Citroën C5 Aircross will make its debut in production form at the Shanghai motor show next month. The new crossover, which was teased with official sketches by Citroën boss Linda Jackson during today's Geneva show, is the production version of last year's Aircross concept car. At the time, Citroën said the concept previewed a whole new family of models with bolder looks inspired by the successful C4 Cactus. Now, though, it's been confirmed that the C5 badge will be used on the new C-segment crossover. Citroën axed the current C5 from its line-up in May last year, blaming slow sales. Just 237 examples of the Ford Mondeo rival were sold in the UK in 2015, amid declining appetites for traditional saloons worldwide. These preview sketches show that very little is likely to change as the Aircross concept morphs into the C5 Aircross. It's no coincidence that Citroën is showing the new car first in China, either. As in the rest of the world, the market trend in China is increasingly towards SUVs, and the success of a new Citroën SUV worldwide would first h

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Video: Ferrari 812 Superfast - full tech run down
Join us at the Geneva Motor Show for a full technical run down on the 812 Superfast This is the Ferrari 812 Superfast. Because of course its predecessor, the F12, wasn't fast at all. But if any car deserves the title super fast it's this, the 789bhp Superfast, which is the most powerful front-engined production car in the world. Join us at the Geneva Motor Show for a full technical run down on the 812 Superfast, including details of its virtual short wheelbase, the side-slip control, and how they integrate with Ferrari's first use of an electric power assisted steering system.

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Opinion: Why the Renault Zoe e-sport and Porsche 911 GT3 are in my dream garage
Two Geneva arrivals couldn’t be more different but I want them both for the same reason In one corner, we have a (very) pepped-up electric hatch from Renault called the Zoe e-sport that wants you to get excited about zero emissions. In the other is a new 911 GT3 from Porsche that regains the option of a manual gearbox for the first time in six years. These are two vastly different machines from two very different worlds yet, in their own ways, they both end up prioritising the same target: driving fun. That’s why I love them both. The Zoe affirms that affordable electric cars can be exciting, and the 911 reminds us that lovers of driving still exist in massive numbers – enough to convince Porsche to reintroduce three pedals in its track-focused model. If these two cars have shown us anything, it’s that the future of motoring may branch off in two directions. But both have the potential to appeal to lovers of driving in their own way. And that's a good thing.

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Opel 'can go back to China' under PSA, says boss
News 7 Mar, 2017 Karl-Thomas Neumann says 'no limitations' on a return to the huge Chinese market - but profitability in Europe has to come first

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Infiniti Q60 Black S revealed
The Q60 Black S celebrates the firm's new technical partnership with Renault's F1 team; power expected to reach 500bhp The Infiniti Q60 Black S, an ultra-high performance hybrid coupe concept, has been revealed. The model, which has been designed to celebrate Infiniti’s new technical partnership with Renault’s grand prix team, will use an engine augmented by an authentic F1-style KERS system tipped to boost its total power to around 500bhp. The new car, not guaranteed for production, has a unique powertrain being developed by Renault and Infiniti engineers in partnership at Renault’s F1 engine HQ at Viry-Chatillon, south of Paris. The car also gets an accompanying set of super-performance body mods designed at Infiniti’s Paddington studio under the supervision of European design director Mat Weaver. The Black S is based on the top-spec, 4wd version of Infiniti’s recently launched two-door Q60 coupe, whose 3.0-litre twin turbo V6 engine already produces 400bhp and gives the car 0-60mph acceleration of 5.0 seconds. With even more power and torque the Black S will be quicker still, offering “instant, lag-free acceleration”. In Renault’s F1 car, separate motor generator units gather energy from braking and exhaust gas heat and re-deploy it, via a lit

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Eadon Green Black Cuillin V12 sports car revealed
Retro-styled Black Cuillin coupé has been revealed at the Geneva motor show The Eadon Green Black Cuillin is a 6.0-litre V12 sports car that's been revealed at the Geneva motor show. Eadon Green is a new British start-up that is producing the model with a mix of classic looks and modern features. It mixes a vintage design features contrasted by modern cabin features, and has been inspired by the design of the Alfa Romeo 8C 2900 from the 1930s. Read more about the cars heading to this year's Geneva show The car uses a twelve-cylinder engine that has a 7000rpm redline and top speed approaching 170mph - as shown by the images - although no performance figures have been released as of yet. The Black Cuillan is named after a mountain range on the Isle of Skye, off the Scottish coast. The company's logo comprises a coat of arms with the word ‘integrity’ underneath, surrounded by a grey ring containing the company’s name and race flags, suggesting that performance will be a focus.

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Volkswagen ID Buzz likely to make production
Volkswagen's Microbus-inspired concept has the 'thumbs up' for production so far, but it needs a global green light first Volkswagen is close to greenlighting its Microbus-inspired ID Buzz concept, with public reaction set to determine whether it goes into production. "The concept has been well-received in the US and Europe," said design chief Klaus Bischoff, "but the missing link is China. From the business case point of view it’s quite an investment – it needs a global green light. In the meantime, it’s thumbs up." Bischoff admitted that the design of the ID Buzz, which is the same length as a long-wheelbase Caravelle, is currently being worked on. "It’s more than a skin, and more than a show car," he added. "Maybe it will shrink a little, but inside it is much bigger." The ID Buzz is the third Microbus concept, but the previous two never made production. "I've tried quite a bit to bring this [the Microbus] to life," Bischoff said. "This is the final temptation."  The Buzz will be followed by an electric SUV concept for the Shanghai motor show<

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Geneva Motor Show 2017: The best cars, concepts, technology and pictures
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Ferrari 812 Superfast – a new V12 supercar, in pictures
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Remembering the Bentley Java of Geneva 1994
The reveal of Bentley's handsome EXP12 Speed 6e roadster has reminded us of a forgotten drop-top concept from two decades ago The new Bentley EXP12 Speed 6e reminds us that when it comes to building mid-sized convertible concepts, Bentley has form. The firm wowed Geneva in 1994 with a great-looking design proposal called Java, created by a co-operation between former Bentley-Rolls-Royce designer Graham Hull and the former Rover design boss, Royden Axe, at a Warwick-based company Axe formed called Design Research Associates. The car was based on BMW 5 Series underpinnings and received wide acclaim for the way it carried Bentley’s prestigious design values on what was then an unprecedentedly small car. But Bentley, which was combined with Rolls-Royce at the time, was a subsidiary of the Vickers aircraft conglomerate in 1994 and didn’t have the finance or the appetite for taking a risk. So the car never made production, even though calls for its emergence continued long after Geneva 1994 and brought Axe back to notice in what was the twilight of his career. Although it never became a production model, the car found favour with the Sultan of Brunei, then a serial buyer of bespoke and low-volume British cars. He commissioned and took delivery of at least three Java convertibles, and commissioned the building of at least three estate versions as well, although so

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Opel boss Karl-Thomas Neumann says firm has control of its own destiny
Opel believes it can still steer its path despite the start of the legal takeover by the PSA Group Opel boss Karl-Thomas Neumann believes the firm has control of its destiny following the start of formal takeover proceedings by the PSA Group. The combination of Citroën, DS, Opel, Peugeot and Vauxhall will make the firm the second largest car maker in Europe after the Volkswagen Group, and Neumann believes that scale will be critical in a period of massive change for the car industry. “There is enormous change, and we need to address it, that much has always been clear,” he said. “This deal is just the beginning, and it gives us the scale to set out priorities and course. “Of course, there is too much capacity - for us and many of Europe’s car makers. But our objective is clear - to grow and fill the capacity; that is what winners will do, and it is the losers who will have to close factories. We want to be winners. “There is nervousness everywhere now - Germany, France, Great Britain, Spain, wherever we have a plant - but the absolutely clearest message is that the only way to keep open is to be successful. We have to take our destiny in our own hands, but at least we

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Video: 631bhp Lamborghini Huracan Performante examined
This featherweight Huracán is officially the fastest production car around the Nürburgring This is the Lamborghini Huracan Performante, which Lamborghini claims is the fastest production car to lap the Nurburgring Nordschleife.  Its time of 6m52.01s is five seconds faster than the Porsche 918 Spyder. Which goes to show what you can do if you get a great driver, some lovely tyres and you don't have to lug around a battery pack and electric motor with you. The Performante's dry weight is just 1382kg, around 60kg less than a regular Huracan, while power is up by 30bhp to 631bhp (640 metric hp). Other things to know? There will be no cap on production and the car will go on sale this summer priced at £213,000.

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Alpine A110 sports car unveiled – Renault defrosts dormant brand at Geneva Motor Show
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Comment: so how fast is the McLaren 720S?
McLaren 720S Is it quicker than the 675LT? Or the P1? McLaren say's we'll have to see for ourselves... There is a briefing pack that was handed out to senior McLaren personnel prior to their arrival in Geneva for the launch of the 720S. And in the bit where it deals with journalists asking how fast it goes, particularly in reference to laps times at places like the Nurburgring, the stock response is meant to be along the lines of, ‘when you get to drive it, you will find out for yourself.’ 212mph McLaren 720S officially revealed Now, I understand as well as any why McLaren doesn’t want to get into a numbers-based arms race over what’s quickest where, but at the same time in order to understand exactly what kind of proposition the 720S represents, some measure of its performance beyond a 0-124mph time is useful. So I asked a couple of McLaren people I know well to see if they would go off-message. First was Jamie Corstorphine one time Autocar road tester and now McLaren’s global marketing director. ‘You will have to see for yourself, but I’d say it is an entirely different level of performance to a 650S.’ A bigger step t

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The most irrelevant words you’ll read about the McLaren 720S today
The new McLaren 720S is a technical tour de force, but the men and women plotting its reveal are just as capable of a clever trick I’m almost embarrassed to divert your attention away from the mighty new McLaren 720S and all of its eye-grabbing looks and statistics. But try to divert your attention I will, if only for a moment, because I love an irreverent (and possibly irrelevant) aside as much as anyone. Not that you’ve been counting, but in the build up to the launch of the 720S the height of all speculation was around the name, which of course also gives away the power figure. Before leaked pictures carrying the nameplate ended the tease once and for all last week, people had been guessing here there and everywhere. But only now do I realise, by the most tenuous of ways, McLaren were in on the act. Not that many people were counting, but prior to the reveal McLaren issued six official teasers of the 720S, including pictures and sharply focused news stories on various aspects of the car. Alongside these releases, the official social media promotions of each one were tagged, in turn, 1x, 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x, 6x. And guess what: 1x2x3x4x5x6 equals 720. Boom - the answer to our question. And as if that wasn't enough, the third teaser

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Comment: how McLaren rose to the top of its game
Five years after the sale of its first 12C supercar, McLaren is already revealing a rethink of its core model, the 650S If you’re looking for a company at the top of its game, Woking is the place to start. It’s now five years since McLaren Automotive sold its first 12C supercar — a very short time on most motor industry calendars — but McLaren is this week launching the first comprehensive rethink of its core model. And that’s interesting as much for what it doesn’t change as for what it does. Read more: McLaren 720S officially revealed Hearteningly, the concept is unaltered. The 720S proves how good the original decisions were and how much development there is in the mid-engined, two-seater, carbonfibre-tubbed concept. The tub has become Monocage II (which now displays such strength and versatility that it now has A-pillars whose thinness shames many superminis). And McLaren’s CEO — and consummate leader — Mike Flewitt has already signalled that the act of moving chassis manufacture from Austria back to a new, higher-tech plant in the UK, provides opportunities for future weight reduction when the company moves — as it will — to electric propulsion. Porsche and 70-year-old Ferrari used to

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212mph McLaren 720S officially revealed
High-tech, lightweight new Super Series model revealed as 650S replacement, on sale in May The McLaren 720S will be a faster, lighter, roomier, more aerodynamic Super Series model than its predecessor, the 650S, with the brand promising it will “redefine expectations of supercar excellence”. The car’s debut at the Geneva motor show comes just weeks after the Woking firm, which is increasingly seen as a serious threat to Ferrari’s supercar supremacy, announced a doubling of its 2016 volume and that its total sales in five years had passed 10,000 units. The 720S will replace the 650S as McLaren’s new core model and is the first of 15 new-generation McLarens, half of which will be hybrids, promised by 2022 under CEO Mike Flewitt’s ambitious Track 22 development plan. The new model is McLaren Automotive’s first replacement for an existing model since opening for business in 2011 and putting its first car, the 12C (which became the 650S), into production in 2012. The 720S obeys all existing McLaren design rules. It is a two-seat supercar based on an all-carbonfibre tub, with aluminium space frames carrying the front and rear suspension, and it is powered by a twin turbocharged V8. However, within that envelope, it has been redesigned and updated in every detail. The exterior introduces a new ‘double skin’ door construction that elim

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Video: Unboxing the McLaren 720 S – McLaren’s key Ferrari 488 GTB rival
We talk to the man behind the new McLaren 720S, McLaren’s new ‘super series’ sports car We talk to the man behind the new McLaren 720S, McLaren’s new ‘super series’ sports car. With 710bhp (720hp) the new 720S brings untold amounts of power to the class, where it’ll rival the Ferrari 488 GTB and the Lamborghini Huracan. To go with the power comes an entirely new look featuring stacks of aerodynamic cleverness, a new carbon-fibre passenger cell and a heavily changed twin-turbocharged V8, of 4.0-litres instead of the 3.8-litre car. We talk to McLaren’s Vehicle Line Director to bring you all you need to know about the 720 S’s tech and interior, before we bring you a drive of the car in the coming months. Read more Geneva motor show news

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Video: Range Rover Velar revealed
The Range Rover Velar is one of this year's Geneva star cars; we take a closer look at Land Rover's Porsche Macan rival The Range Rover Velar has had the wraps pulled from it at the 2017 Geneva motor show. The new Velar will sit between the Evoque and Range Rover Sport in Range Rover's line-up, and as the most driver-focused car in the range will compete squarely with the Porsche Macan. It'll have a range of 2.0 and 3.0 V6 engines at launch, with a fast SVR version following later. Here are the important details.

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RUF CTR - the 800bhp sports car inspired by the Porsche 911
Long-standing Porsche tuner has created the first independent model produced in-house RUF has long been associated with its own versions of Porsche products, but now the company has created its own car, inspired by its most famous model and launched at the Geneva motor show. The new CTR looks strikingly similar to a 964-generation 911, but it is based around a new carbonfibre bodyshell that the company has produced itself, and is powered by a twin-turbocharged version of Porsche’s water-cooled Mezger engine. Power output is being quoted at 700bhp, with that working against a claimed dry weight of just 1200kg. That makes it even faster than the car that has inspired it, the 1987 RUF CTR 'Yellow Bird', which was once clocked at 7.3sec over the 0-100mph benchmark and which also featured in the classic film ‘Faszination at the Nurburgring’ being driven around the Nordschleife at drift angles that are still startling nearly three decades later. Company president Alois Ruf, son of the founder, says Porsche has given its permission for the car’s classically inspired looks. Underneath its carbonfibre bodywork, which is built around a steel frame, the new CTR gets double wishbone suspension at each corner, working with pushrod-operated coil-over springs and dampers. Power and torque – a meaty 649lb ft – is directed to the rear wheels through a six-speed manual gearbox, with Ruf telling Autocar that a dual-clutch automatic version is also planned to follow. Only 30 manual CTRs will be built. A base price of €7

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Alfa Romeo Mito and Giulietta unlikely to be renewed
2016 Alfa Romeo Guilietta Replacing the two smallest Alfa models isn't a priority, says boss Reid Bigland The Alfa Romeo Mito and Giulietta are unlikely to spawn direct replacements and are "not at the same level as the Giulia and Stelvio", according to Alfa boss Reid Bigland. Speaking at the Geneva motor show, Bigland said the Giulietta and Mito would "stay for the foreseeable future", but new Alfas would be like the Giulia and Stelvio and "put the driver at the centre", in line with the firm's new strategy. "They are very good cars but not at the same level as the Giulia and Stelvio," he said. Bigland said that decisions on future Alfas would be taken on their global appeal above all else, and the Mito and Giulietta were very Europe-focused models. "I have nothing to announce on this, but our lens will be less Europe and more the entire globe. The European market will be a consideration, but we'll take quite strongly Asia and North America [into consideration too]. In China and North America, the compact segments are small segments [for sales]." To that end, Bigland said the next Alfa model would most likely be an SUV, sized immediately

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Hot Alpina B5 gets 600bhp BMW V8
Alpina's hot B5 will be joined by a 400bhp D5 version based on BMW's 550d The 2017 Alpina B5 has made its world debut at the Geneva motor show with a 600bhp twin-turbo V8. Both saloon and Touring versions of the hot 5 Series variant will use BMW’s 4.4-litre unit, which also outputs 590lb ft of torque. The new car accelerates from 0-62mph in 4.2sec and tops out at 204mph. That performance will rank the new Alpina close to the next M5, which is predicted to produce around 600bhp. BMW won't be producing an M5 Touring, so the B5 Touring will be the hottest estate on offer in the new BMW 5 Series range. The petrol V8-powered B5 will be joined by a more fuel-efficient diesel-engined equivalent called the D5, which is yet to be shown. This will also be available as a salo

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Video: Alpine A110 – the new Porsche Cayman rival in detail
Alpine is back with an all-new sports car, but does it have what it takes to take on rivals like the Porsche Cayman? The Alpine A110 is back. And unless you’re pretty grey bearded there’s every chance you won’t remember the first time it was around. But the Renault-owned sports car maker Alpine has returned, and its A110 is spiritually close to its famous predecessor. The A110 is a small, lightweight two seat sports car with a 1.8-litre engine making 249bhp and driving the rear wheels through a 7-speed dual-clutch gearbox. We talk to Alpine's David Twohig to tell you all you need to know about the A110 here, before we drive the car in the coming months. Read more Geneva motor show news

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Skoda to reveal electric car concept at Shanghai motor show
Skoda's first all-electric car will go on sale around the end of the decade; it's likely to be larger than Volkswagen's ID concept The first Skoda electric car concept will be unveiled at the Shanghai motor show in April and is targeted to go on sale around the end of the decade. Although few details have been revealed, Skoda research and development boss Christian Strube confirmed that the brand’s first all-electric car was imminent. “It’s in the design studio and will be ready for Shanghai in April,” he said. “It is our interpretation of a car on the [VW Group’s] MEB platform and it will be packed with technology and really emotional.” Skoda’s first electrified car is set to be a Superb plug-in hybrid, which is due to go on sale in 2019. However, Strube confirmed that the first all-electric car wouldn't be far behind, suggesting an on-sale date of 2020 or 2021. “We won’t be the first brand in the group to have an MEB car on sale, but we will be fast followers and at the forefront when compared to our competition.” The VW Group’s electric car plans have accelerated significantly in the wake of the Dieselgate scandal, leading to last year’s unveiling of the ID, which has the dimensions of a Golf and the interior space of a Passat. The group has targeted a million electric car sales by 2020. Strube didn’t elaborate on what size or style of car the concept would be, bu

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Suzuki Swift revealed – plucky little five-door supermini makes its debut at Geneva Motor Show
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Bentley boss lifts the lid on new electric sports car
If it's given the green light, Bentley's two-seat electric sports car will share its platform with Porsche and have a range of more than 300 miles Bentley's all-electric sports car will be four-wheel drive, have a range of around 450-500km (up to 310 miles), and be based on the Porsche-developed J1 platform - if it makes production. That's according to Bentley boss Wolfgang Dürheimer, who insists that the EXP 12 Speed 6e concept is a technology demonstrator for opening the debate on a future electric-powered Bentley. But he added: "If we do a two-seat roadster, this is how it will look." "I'm fully behind this show car and what it shows for our future DNA and tech potential," Dürheimer said at the Geneva motor show. Any additional model in the Bentley range wouldn't appear for another four years, he said, and his personal preference as to what it could be was "not that important". He added: "I'm a businessman and I listen to the market and what customers want. Would they buy it for €200,000? If I'm convinced about the business case, I'll do everything to make it happen." Dürheimer said he was studying worldwide segments, including sports cars and other SUVs, and that there was no need yet to make a decision on what a fourth Bentley model line would be. For now, it was important for "customers to decide and define EV motoring in the Bentley spirit". When a decision does need to be made, howe

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Kahn Vengeance Volante - Aston Martin DB9-based sports car launched
British design house creates its own take on Aston Martin DB9 convertible one year after it launched a coupé version The Vengeance Volante is a new drop-top sports car produced by Kahn Design that’s based on the Aston Martin DB9. The Bradford-based company revealed its latest model at the Geneva motor show, one year after the coupé version was launched. It gets similar design changes to its exterior, including a wide-mouthed front grille and a DB7 Zagato-inspired rear end. The Vengeance Volante’s drivetrain is identical to that of the now discontinued DB9, so it uses a naturally aspirated Aston Martin V12 engine. Inside, the seats and dashb are covered in black leather, with black trim and contrasting silver accents elsewhere around the interior. Khan founder and boss Afzal Kahn said “Creating a convertible version of the Vengeance posed some challenges, given the unique coachbuilt nature of the vehicle, but we’ve overcome them in true British fashion. “Following a detailed programme of testing, I’m delighted to be able to unveil the Vengeance Volante at this year’s show, and I’m confident it will receive the same enthusiastic reception as the original model did in 2016.”

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Honda Civic Type R revealed at Geneva Motor Show – front-wheel-drive Godzilla returns with 316bhp
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New Alpine A110: what’s it like inside?
We climb aboard the new sports car to get a view from the driver’s seat The new Alpine A110 is improbably compact: 4.18m long, 1.80m wide and 1.25m high. Which makes it surprising that I could climb in (and out) with such ease, given that I’m 192cm tall. Sure, the seat was set back as far as it would go, but I had enough leg, head and shoulder room to be as comfortable as I could wish for - and for someone else of my own height to climb aboard and sit next to me. The racing seat, notable for weighing half as much as the one used in the Mégane RS and for not having any height or recline adjustment that can be done on the spot and without recourse to a spanner, was also comfortable. I was only in it for five minutes, but it felt as cushioned as you’d hope for, given that Alpine is promoting the A110 as a cross-continent car. The controls are all where you’d want them to be in a driver’s car: close, in sight and to hand. The digital dash is particularly smart, changing display and colours as you switch between driving modes, all the way up to an F1-style rev counter that builds and closes in from both sides towards a central point. Be in no doubt: despite the low weight and probable price, corners don’t appear to have been cut ex

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Alpine managing director Michael van der Sande on the new A110
The new Alpine A110 has been revealed at the Geneva motor show, but it has already sold out across Europe The new Alpine A110 has been revealed at the Geneva motor show, so we've caught up with Michael van der Sande, the managing director at Alpine.  Is the new A110 a homage to the original? “You can’t deny the history, but our priority was to pick up elements of the past, not create a pastiche. In essence, that means a lightweight sports car that is fun to drive. Easy to say, harder to do, but we believe our roots have led is to something special. Agility is the differentiator.” What about price? “We’ll announce it in time, but around €55-60,000. It will be right for the car’s performance and quality. We have been careful to tread a fine line; we could have cut costs in the interior, for instance, but we wanted a car you could drive all day, not a stripped back sports car. By the same token we couldn’t just throw carbon fibre at it, or do all-bespoke switchgear.” How have pre-sales of the 1955 launch cars gone? “Amazingly well. Across Europe the allocations are sold out - we just have a couple of cars for the UK, and an allocation for Japan, where homologation means sales won’t start until 2018.” What will the dealer network look like? “It will evolve. We’ll start with 60-70 in Europe, with six or seven in the UK. Most will be shared Renault dealership

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Range Rover Velar – first look inside
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1287bhp Techrules Ren – first diesel-turbine electric supercar revealed
Geneva played host to the launch of the world’s first TREV-recharging electric supercar which is capable of 217mph This is the Techrules Ren, a 1287bhp electric supercar that has been revealed at the Geneva motor show with a patented diesel-fuelled turbine-recharging (TREV) system. The model’s bespoke TREV technology enables it to mix a 2.5sec 0-62mph time and 217mph top speed with a 31.5mpg claimed fuel economy and 106g/km CO2 output. The car’s carbonfibre structure has kept mass down to 1700kg, giving it a power-to-weight ratio of 757bhp/ton – 26bhp/ton more than a Bugatti Chiron. Those figures apply to the most potent variant of the Ren which comes with a six-motor setup (two powering the front, four powering the rear) to produce 1725lb ft of torque. Two and four-motor setups are also available, producing 429bhp and 575lb ft, and 858bhp and 1150lb ft respectively. Three specifications of lithium ion battery are offered, with capacities of 14kWh, 25kWh and 32kWh. The water-cooled and British built motors can be charged to 80% in 15 minutes using a DC fast charger. Techrules said each battery’s target lifespan is 100,000 cycles. Two types of TREV system are available, with 40bhp and 107bhp. In its most frugal specification, TREV technology enables a 727-mile range with 80 litres of diesel. The car can

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Peugeot-Citroën boss Carlos Tavares: no plans to close Vauxhall's UK plants
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Watch: First look inside the Range Rover Velar
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Volvo boss predicts the death of diesel
Diesel engines will have a significant role in lowering CO2 emissions until 2020, but beyond that, electrified cars will prove cheaper and more prevalent Volvo CEO Håkan Samuelsson has expressed doubt over the long-term future of diesel engines. "Europe had legislation that allowed NOx levels of diesel engines to be high, but it is safe to say those days are over," he said, speaking at the Geneva motor show. "We have to make a diesel engine with same NOx as a petrol engine, and while that can be done, it will be more expensive, which is why in the long term it's a negative thing." Samuelsson conceded that diesel has a crucial role in the short term "to cope with the 95g/km CO2 requirement, so until 2020 diesel will continue to have a very important part to play. After that twin engine (hybrid) and all electric cars will become more favourable cost-wise, and when the requirement comes down below 95g/km, I am quite sure the diesel engine cannot help us." Instead, he sees the future as increasingly electrified. "We will introduce our first all-electric car in 2019," he said, "and by 2025 I can see us offering a pure electric model in all of our ranges." However, Samuelsson has no plans to create a bespoke electric vehicle architecture, as the two platforms upon which all Volvos will be based by the end of this year were always engineered with electric applications in mind. Samuelsson refused to be drawn on which model would be first to be electrified or what its likely performance and range might be. He also anticipates having a autonomous Volvo on sale by

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2017 Renault Koleos SUV to arrive in Europe this June
Following its launch in Asia, the Koleos will go on sale in Europe this summer priced from about £23,000 The Renault Koleos will arrive in Europe this June following a strong opening sales period in Asia. The new large SUV's arrival was confirmed in Geneva by Renault sales and marketing boss Thierry Koskas. "It has been successfully launched in Asia and I am sure it will be in the same in Europe," he said. The Koleos is built on the CMF C/D platform, which is shared with the similarly sized and priced Nissan X-Trail, as well as larger Renault-Nissan models, including Renault’s Espace, Talisman, Kadjar, and the Nissan Qashqai. While specifications for Europe are yet to be confirmed, engines offered in Asia are two petrol and two diesel units, with power outputs ranging between 128bhp and 173bhp. These are available with either a six-speed manual or Renault-Nissan’s X-Tronic CVT ‘box. Unlike with the Mégane, Renault doesn't offer a hybrid model Koleos further down the line. Both front and all-wheel drive Koleos models are available, with the latter offering switchable FWD and AWD modes, as well as full-time AWD for low-speed, low-grip co

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Ssangyong XAVL concept previews seven-seat SUV
The XAVL concept will spawn a production version in 2020 which will sit above the Korando and below the Rexton in Ssangyong's lineup The Sssangyong XAVL concept has been revealed at the Geneva motor show previewing a new seven-seat mid-size SUV. The concept is expected to become a production model in the future sitting above the Korando – which has also been revealed at Geneva – but below the forthcoming Rexton in Ssangyong’s lineup. A production version of the XAVL would not be released until 2020. Ssangyong announced its plans of a new model blitz by launching three new models over the next three years and increasing global production to 500,000 units per year.  The three models are thought to be an all-new Rexton replacement, a Rexton-based pickup and a third-generation Korando. A production version of the XAVL would be an addition to those models already planned. The concept is a new iteration of the five-seat XAV concept from the 2015 Frankfurt motor show and is said to be inspired by the second-generation Korando from the 1990s. It’s a two-wheel drive SUV and comes with a choice of 1.5-litre petrol engine which emits 150g/km – 170g/km of CO2 emissions depending on specification, as well as a 1.6-litre diesel which emits 120g/km – 150g/km of CO2. The new c

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Volvo unveils new XC60 premium SUV at Geneva Motor Show 
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Toyota i-TRIL previews autonomous electric city car
The concept has three seats, no pedals, autonomous technology and a claimed electric range of 185 miles The Toyota i-TRIL electric city car concept has been revealed at the Geneva motor show, showcasing the manufacturer’s vision of urban mobility in 2030. It has been developed as an electric alternative to small city cars, and features a one-plus-two seating layout as well as ‘Active Lean’ and autonomous technology. The rear-wheel drive concept has a driving range of “more than 185 miles” between charges and has no pedals. It is instead controlled through drive-by-wire technology which is operated through left and right-hand control nodes that are said to work like “computer mice or game controllers”. It features a hinge between the rear axle and cabin that allows the body and front tyres to lean into corners because the front wheels and wings are separate from the main body. When the car is in autonomous mode, the left or right side of the instrument panel lights up when it is about to corner to show which way the cabin is about to lean. Toyota says an angle of 10 degrees of lean allows better stability and grip. It gets 19in wheels at the front

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FCA's Marchionne: merger with GM would still bring "huge benefits"
Following yesterday's announcement that PSA will buy Opel/Vauxhall, Fiat Chrysler boss Sergio Marchionne has spoken about how it could affect a possible FCA merger with GM Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) boss Sergio Marchionne has said that the sale of Opel to the PSA Group is likely to mean a loss of 15 to 20% of the synergies that might have been available from a merger between FCA and General Motors (GM) - but he still believes such a deal would have “huge benefits”.  Linking with a manufacturer from China would be no compensation, he believes. "The benefit of a merger is that you can bring down the costs where you operate," he says. "A Chinese deal might be the thing to do if you're thinking 20 years out, but it's not going to fix the next five years."  Marchionne was scathing about GM's move yesterday of citing "geopolitical uncertainties" as one of its reasons for quitting Europe. "We're paid to manage," he said. "You can't go dividing the world into geopolitical areas." He pointed out that both GM and FCA did business in Latin America, which are hardly paragons of stability. He also confirmed that he has no intention of selling any of FCA brands, which include which include Fiat, Chrysler, Alfa Romeo and Jeep. When asked at the Geneva motor show, Marchionne confirmed FCA would not sell anything. "After me, you can do what you want," he said, "but while I'm here

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Spyker C8 Preliator Spyder gets 592bhp Koenigsegg V8
Audi drivetrain is swapped for a bigger, more powerful naturally aspirated engine mated to a manual gearbox The Spyker C8 Preliator Spyder has been revealed at the Geneva motor show with a Koenigsegg-developed 592bhp V8. The new car's dry-sumped, naturally-aspirated 5.0-litre engine replaces the 4.2-litre Audi unit first used in the C8 coupé last year. It produces 443lb ft of torque and is mated to a six-speed manual gearbox. The 2016 C8 Preliator coupé weighed 1305kg and could accelerate from 0-62mph in 3.7sec, before reaching a 201mph top speed. While the larger unit of Spyker's 2017 model could increase that weight figure, it's added potency will likely improve performance for both the coupé and Spyder, although this is yet to be confirmed. Spyker's latest model get sbrushed aluminum surrounds, switches and trim in its cabin, with exposed linkages and hand-stitched leather. The Spyder gets an electronic folding soft top. Victor Muller, Spyker CEO, said in Geneva "This is our single most important advancement in technology since I founded Spyker in 2000. I have always admired the amazing technologies developed by Christian von Koenigsegg and his dedicated team creating one of the most sophisticated cars and engines on the pla

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UK manufacturing a key part of Vauxhall brand, says MD 
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Aston Martin launches AMR performance sub-brand at Geneva Motor Show
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New Nissan Qashqai facelift - pictures

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Hyundai reaffirms commitment to hydrogen with FE fuel cell concept at Geneva Motor Show
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Geneva Motor Show 2017: Honda Civic Type R
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China’s ‘Trumpchi’ carmaker embarks on US drive
Chinese brand is poised to test waters of world’s toughest car market

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Next GT3 RS to be mid-engined?
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Jaguar Land Rover - Geneva 2017
A vast variety of Velars, the I-Pace in another colour and - hang on - a 'Project Hero' Discovery? Intriguing...

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2017 Ruf CTR - Geneva 2017
The Yellowbird turns 30 with a carbon chassis, 710hp and a manual gearbox - to the Nordschleife!

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Audi RS5 - Geneva 2017
450hp twin-turbo V6 for wide arched new-age RS5

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Alpine A110 - Geneva 2017
Alpine A110 goes full frontal, baring a 1,103kg kerbweight, 252hp engine and seven-speed DCT

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Mercedes-AMG GT Concept - Geneva 2017
More details on the four-door, four-seat hybrid AMG - and they're going to make it!

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Andreas Preuninger on the new GT3
Want the full geek-out on the 'gen 2' 991 GT3? Here it is in Andreas Preuninger's own words ... all 5,000+ of them!

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New Porsche 911 GT3 - Geneva 2017
500hp at 9,000rpm and a manual gearbox option? We'll take a piece of that...

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Vanda Dendrobium - Geneva 2017
Inspired by an orchid and built by Williams, this EV supercar concept might actually happen

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Aston Martin - Geneva 2017
New track-inspired AMR models to rival GT Porsches and M cars; RB 001 also confirmed as the Valkyrie

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Renault Zoe e-sport revealed
460hp, four-wheel drive and one heck of a bodykit - the Zoe gets interesting!

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