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Kia Ray: Updated micro car teased for Korea
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11th Dec 2017
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Kia Ray: Updated micro car teased for Korea

Teaser sketches of the updated Kia Ray have surfaced this week, ahead of the new version's debut before year's end. A pair of images were uploaded to the company's social media channels, previewing a revised version of the boxy Korean hatchback which promises to be cuter and more modern in appearance than the current model.
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Pagani offers a peek at Zonda restoration program
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11th Dec 2017
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Pagani offers a peek at Zonda restoration program

Pagani has peeled back the curtain on its recently-announced Rinascimento program, giving the world a look at how it gives well-used Zondas a new lease on life. The first Pagani model is, after all, getting a bit long in the tooth. It first rolled out of the factory in 1999, and some customers have covered more than 100,000km in their bespoke, hand-built Italian artworks.
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Scott Collie
Honda to show swappable battery at CES 2018
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10th Dec 2017
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Honda to show swappable battery at CES 2018

Honda will use the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas to demonstrate a portable, swappable battery pack for electric vehicles (EVs). The battery pack will be displayed as part of a 'Mobile Power Pack World' exhibit, which looks into swappable batteries and smarter energy management. Along with the removable, portable batteries, Honda will show a battery exchanger concept capable of storing and charging the mobile power packs.
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2019 BMW M3 spied
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9th Dec 2017
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2019 BMW M3 spied

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Derek Fung
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9th Dec 2017
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2019 BMW M3 spied

BMW M3 2017
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2017 Kia Carnival recalled for brake fix
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9th Dec 2017
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2017 Kia Carnival recalled for brake fix

Kia has issued a recall for 628 examples of the 2017 Carnival people-mover over concerns the brake booster's vacuum hose could collapse. The Korean manufacturer says a manufacturing fault could cause the vacuum hose in the brake booster to become weak over time. If the vacuum collapses, it could cause the brake pedal to "become hard" when applying the brakes repeatedly. As a result, Kia says increased pedal input may be required.
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2019 Porsche 911 interior spied with big changes
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8th Dec 2017
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2019 Porsche 911 interior spied with big changes

Porsche is known for taking a softly-softly approach to change. Sure, the current 911 is bigger, faster and more comfortable than those before it, but it looks, well, like a 911. That same incremental approach to improving the breed has also applied to the interior.
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