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Renault K-ZE concept revealed
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2nd Oct 2018
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Renault K-ZE concept revealed

Renault has this week announced its upcoming electrification push at the Paris motor show, including an all-new electric model and plug-in hybrid (PHEV) versions of three core models. Headlining the French brand's stand will be the new K-ZE concept, which is a new crossover-styled electric vehicle that will spawn a production model scheduled to hit the Chinese market first in 2019.
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James Wong
Skoda Vision RS unveiled
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1st Oct 2018
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Skoda Vision RS unveiled

The Skoda Vision RS concept has been unveiled at the 2018 Paris motor show this week, giving a glimpse at upcoming design elements for new RS performance models along with a next-generation compact hatchback. Squint and imagine the car with a more comfortable wheel/tyre combination, a toned down bumper design, proper door handles, framed windows, and larger wing mirrors, and the Vision RS looks suspiciously like a production car.
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Derek Fung
Smart ForEase concept unveiled
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1st Oct 2018
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Smart ForEase concept unveiled

Smart will celebrate its 20th anniversary at the 2018 Paris motor show with the drop-top ForEase concept. Following in the footsteps of the crossblade and forspeed, the concept aims to offer passengers a "liberated and pure driving experience" by turfing the roof. There's no folding soft- or hard-top, it's just an old-fashioned speedster.
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Scott Collie
2019 Audi R8 teased
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1st Oct 2018
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2019 Audi R8 teased

Audi Sport has published a quick teaser video of what we believe to be the refreshed R8 supercar, ahead of its full reveal at the Paris motor show later this week. Posted to the performance arm's Twitter feed, the 10-second clip is captioned: "Ready to let loose with our new beauty in Paris on October 2nd. #ParisMotorShow #MondialAuto #LeagueofPerformance".
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James Wong
Elon Musk stands down as Tesla chairman in SEC settlement
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29th Sep 2018
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Elon Musk stands down as Tesla chairman in SEC settlement

Elon Musk will pay a hefty fine and stand down as Tesla chairman for three years, after a US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) investigation into his tweets about taking Tesla private. Musk will remain CEO of the the company, but has to stand down as chairman of the board. He and Tesla will also each have to pay a US$20 million ($27,600,000) fine, after agreeing to a deal with the SEC overnight.
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Scott Collie