Police in Dubai now have a Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 among their fleet. So, unless you have a car capable of reaching a top speed in excess of 217 mph, best pull over if you see the Dubai Police Aventador flashing its lights in your rearview mirror.
EcoMotors’ opposed-piston, opposed-cylinder (OPOC) engine that we first saw in 2009 is about to enter production. EcoMotors, which is based in Michigan, has signed a deal with China's Zhongding Power to start manufacturing the engine at a plant in China.
You'll find all of this and more in today's car news headlines from around the High Gear Media network.
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