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Ferrari 488 'Speciale' spied
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27th Jun 2017
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Ferrari 488 'Speciale' spied

A hotter version of the Ferrari 488 has been spied undergoing testing on and around the Nurburgring Nordschleife. Compared to the regular 488 GTB, this 488 prototype has a body wrap hugging covering the doors, front bumper, rear fenders, boot lid, and the front half of the bonnet. The rear windscreen, which typically shows off the twin-turbo V8, has been completely covered, and there's a red pull strap attached to the lower air intake.
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Derek Fung
Aston Martin RapidE EV confirmed for 2019, limited to 155 cars - UPDATE
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27th Jun 2017
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Aston Martin RapidE EV confirmed for 2019, limited to 155 cars - UPDATE

Update - A new report out of the US confirms LeEco is no longer part of the RapidE project, hence why the EV will be a limited-edition model. See article for details British sports luxury marque Aston Martin has confirmed production of its upcoming RapidE EV will commence in 2019 on social media this week. Posting a single image of an artist's sketch on its Instagram, the company says the RapidE will be limited to just 155 units, and will be Aston Martin's first all-electric model.
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James Wong
2018 Jaguar I-Pace spied
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26th Jun 2017
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2018 Jaguar I-Pace spied

The Jaguar I-Pace electric crossover has been spied undergoing testing near the Nurburgring. Despite being covered from head to toe in a body wrap, which serves as both camouflage and advertising, we can see the production I-Pace closely resembles the concept car, which only debuted at the end of 2016.
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Derek Fung
New Subaru XV targeting 1000 sales each month
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26th Jun 2017
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New Subaru XV targeting 1000 sales each month

The all-new 2017 Subaru XV is expected to deliver around 1000 sales each month for the brand in Australia, positioning it near the front of the race in the small-SUV segment.
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Mike Stevens
Jaguar Land Rover reveals autonomous systems for urban driving
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24th Jun 2017
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Jaguar Land Rover reveals autonomous systems for urban driving

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has demonstrated several autonomous driving technologies, dubbed Autonomous Urban Drive, which the company says brings it one step closer to bringing driverless vehicles safely through city streets. The Autonomous Urban Drive suite of driver assistance tech allows vehicles to obey traffic lights, along with negotiating T-junctions and roundabouts.
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James Wong