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Look who is chasing the Golf GTI Clubsport!

Both of them are similar in the way they attract selfies. Both have association with sport. Both happen to boast a heritage, closely followed by enthusiasts in the region. And both of them are downright quick. Well, both have wings but only one does fly. I’m talking about the Peregrine …

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NEWSTRACK JULY CATCH UP EDITION

Electric power for every Volvo Volvo Cars has announced that every car launched from 2019 will have an electric motor. Volvo hopes to mark the end of an era – of cars that feature only an internal combustion engine (ICE). The Swedish brand, now owned by Chinese group Geely and …

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Supercharged Tesla Odyssey: From UK to Netherlands via Pikes Peak and Pau-Arnos

July began with a buzz for me. Quite literally, considering the source of it was Tesla, for the most part. There was the Tesla store opening in Dubai coming up, in the second week. There was Drivemeonline’s 6th birthday turning up even sooner and, around the same time, something I’ve …

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Jaguar E-Pace rolls in with a record

Making an entry with a drum roll wasn’t good enough for Jaguar’s compact performance SUV. So, the Jaguar E-Pace chose a barrel roll instead. F-Pace’s little bro is here, and has made a landing in the Guinness Book of World Records with its first leap! Jaguar E-Pace leapt into the …

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JD Power reveals new cars with least problems

The results of the 2017 JD Power Survey are out and some of the cars featuring in it could be unfamiliar to our region. However, it still warrants some attention as the results of the study does have an influence on many brands that are present here. The JD Power …

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Now we know where Tesla is

Ever since its launch earlier this year, Tesla has been conducting its affairs out of a suitcase, in a manner of speaking. I have been getting calls about their whereabouts from those who wish to test drive the car or join the company. When it was launched in Q1, Tesla …

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Goodwood sees most powerful ever Porsche 911

The new Porsche 911 GT2 RS just celebrated its world premiere at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in the UK, which came to a close today. With a 700 hp (515 kW) biturbo flat engine mated to a customised GT seven-speed double-clutch transmission (PDK), the new lightweight 911 GT2 RS …

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Ferrari GTC4Lusso Review: The Ferrari with a comfort mode

Spending a long weekend with a supercar, instead of the family, could be considered quite a self-centred act; and a car reviewer is no exception. In fact, it’s worse for the reviewer; because this is usually among the numbered occasions he gets to distract the world from noticing the wicked …

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Honda CR-V Review: Stretching standards, and legs

The compact crossover segment is a tricky one. It is where every contender is pushing the limit to outgrow the segment itself, while keeping the price grounded. It is where one-upmanship shows up in gadgetry borrowed from the executive segment and legroom seems to grow twice as fast as the …

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First Aston Martin with AMR Badge Announced

AMR stands for Aston Martin Racing as announced at the Geneva Motor Show, hardly three months ago. Now, Aston Martin has revealed the Vantage AMR as the first model in the series to go into production. AMR to Aston Martin is what AMG is to Mercedes or what M means …

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