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1932 Bugatti Royale (Type 41)

Now there are seven (or maybe nine): Bugatti Royale prototype re-created

The Bugatti Type 41, better known as the Royale, was intended to be the biggest, most luxurious, most expensive car in the world. It was to be sold only to royalty. Launched into the teeth of the Great Depression, just six of a planned 25 were built. None of the original six has changed hands since... read more

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Citroën E-3POD Antistatic concept

Urban Transport Of The Future? Bike Meets Car With E-3POD

The Royal College of Art in London, England has produced some of the auto industry's top design talent for 40 years now and attracts budding car designers from all around the... read more February 18, 2011 by


 
Tara Reid

Tara Reid Still Matters

Remember that face? It's Tara Reid, the Neve Campbell of her generation. Ah, memories. We haven't heard much from Tara lately, apart from occasional tidbits about her ongoing... read more August 5, 2010 by


 
Jeremie Paret Porsche Cayenne Balrog

French stylist Jeremie Paret turns his hands to the Porsche Cayenne

Last year we revealed the first major work of former French tuning magazine editor Jeremie Paret, who had dubbed himself as a car stylist rather than a tuner and set up shop... read more July 28, 2009 by


 
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Bugatti reveals more photos of Veyron Grand Sport as production ramps up

Few cars carry as much prominence as the Bugatti Veyron, famous for its ultra-high price tag, striking looks and other-worldly speeds, but there will always be demanding... read more June 18, 2009 by


 
Aston Martin's LMP1 racer wears classic Gulf Oil colors

U.S. satellite listeners to get live broadcast of entire 24 Hours of Le Mans

The battle for the 2009 24 Hours of Le Mans is already heating up with Peugeot protesting Audi's R15 race car, and things will only get hotter as the weekend approaches. If... read more June 10, 2009 by


 
Peugeot 206 Plus

Fiat may turn to PSA Peugeot-Citroen should Opel bid fail

Fiat's sudden interest in Chrysler and Opel highlight the Italian auto giant’s desire to build a large scale global manufacturing operation, but now that a deal with... read more June 1, 2009 by


 
Ikea Leko teaser

IKEA Leko turns out to be new car sharing program

While it never turned to be the April fool’s day joke we had all thought it to be, IKEA’s mysterious ‘Leko’ has turned out to be a new car sharing... read more March 30, 2009 by


 
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Renault Sport Experience: touring Europe with hot hatches

The best way to make a small fortune in motorsports? Start with a large one. Yes, the old adage is true as ever, but it need not always be, at least in a few cases. The... read more March 11, 2009 by


 
Mitsubishi i-Miev electric vehicle

Peugeot’s first electric car will be a rebadged Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi's highly anticipated i-MiEV electric car prototype is set to be revealed this week at the Geneva Motor Show, but ahead of the car's unveiling the Japanese company... read more March 2, 2009 by


 
Valeo speed-visio

Valeo releases windscreen-projected speedometer

Factory-installed options such as blind spot warning systems, park-assist radars and automatic headlights are often only available on luxury cars, and that too at a premium... read more December 20, 2008 by


 
Ford of Europe plant

Ford looking at asset sales in Europe

Ford of Europe is currently in talks with an undisclosed European company regarding the sale of one of its factories in France. The French government is eager to ensure a... read more November 27, 2008 by


 
French Grand Prix canceled as French Motorsports Federation drops backing

French GP canceled as French Motorsports Federation drops backing

When the FIA released the 2009 Formula 1 calendar, the only notorious absence was the Canadian Grand Prix. Now, financial circumstances have forced the Federation Francaise... read more October 15, 2008 by


 
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Tiny Secma F16 Roadster offers unique French take on track-day toy

It shares its name with a famous American fighter jet for the obvious connotative reasons, but the resemblance ends there. A sports-roadster on the scale of a Smart ForTwo... read more October 7, 2008 by


 
2008 Renault Megane Coupe Concept

More details on Renault’s upcoming Megane Coupe

Images of the production Renault Megane Sport Coupe have been leaked once again, this time from a patent application filed in the European Union. The latest shots confirm the... read more September 23, 2008 by


 
 

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