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BMW X8 SUV under consideration - report
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16th Nov 2017
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BMW X8 SUV under consideration - report

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James Wong
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16th Nov 2017
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BMW X8 SUV under consideration - report

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James Wong
2018 Lexus RXL confirmed for Los Angeles debut
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15th Nov 2017
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2018 Lexus RXL confirmed for Los Angeles debut

The Lexus RXL has been confirmed for its world debut at the Los Angeles motor show, which starts later this month. The new three-row, seven-seat crossover will be shown in RX350 guise, presumably powered by the brand's 221kW 3.5-litre naturally aspirated V6. There will also be a RX450hL model, but this will be unveiled at a later and yet-to-be-specified date. This model will likely feature a 230kW hybrid drivetrain with a 3.5-litre V6 at its core. Above: A render from Mag-X.
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Derek Fung
Singer and Williams reveal 373kW 1990 Porsche 911
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15th Nov 2017
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Singer and Williams reveal 373kW 1990 Porsche 911

Singer Vehicle Design and Williams Advanced Engineering have unveiled the stunning result of their Dynamics and Lightweighting Study, in the form of a green 964-generation Porsche 911. By now, you're probably aware of what Singer does. Run by a bunch of Porsche enthusiasts in California, the company takes classic Porsches and 'reimagines' them with more power, revised chassis tunes and stunning, detail-oriented finishes to make motoring enthusiasts weak at the knees.
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Scott Collie
2018 Saleen S1 unveiled in China
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14th Nov 2017
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2018 Saleen S1 unveiled in China

Saleen has unveiled the S1, its first unique model since the S7 went out of production in 2009, in China. The S1 is a mid-engined, rear-wheel drive coupe powered by a 2.3-litre Ford EcoBoost four-cylinder turbocharged engine. With 336kW of power and 577Nm of torque on tap, the S1 is said to have a top speed of 290km/h.
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Derek Fung
ANCAP to expand test program
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14th Nov 2017
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ANCAP to expand test program

The Australian New Car Assessment Program (ANCAP) will expand its range of crash tests, and put automated safety features to the test from next year. Headlining the more advanced ANCAP tests will be new crash test dummies, including new child dummies, along with pedestrian, cyclist and vehicle targets. Test barriers and trolleys will be modified, too, as part of the changes.
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Scott Collie