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2022 Ferrari Purosangue SUV caught on camera again 
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10th Feb 2021
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2022 Ferrari Purosangue SUV caught on camera again 

The 2022 Ferrari Purosangue SUV has been caught on camera again, however we still don’t know what it will look like because it is wearing a Maserati Levante body covered in tape as a heavy disguise. The bodywork has been modified to mirror the weight and proportions of the Ferrari SUV, but not the detailed design.
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Joshua Dowling
Porsche Taycan smashes through showroom window, Russian vlogger gets millions of clicks
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9th Feb 2021
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Porsche Taycan smashes through showroom window, Russian vlogger gets millions of clicks

Here’s five minutes and 16 seconds of your life you won’t get back. A Russian vlogger has driven a brand-new Porsche Taycan electric car through a showroom window in an apparent drive to get more clicks on his YouTube channel. The stunt appears to have worked because, well, we're guilty of clicking on it and the video had received 2 million views in 24 hours and was approaching 4 million views as this article was published.
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Joshua Dowling
Shell buys out Ubitricity, a major British charging network
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9th Feb 2021
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Shell buys out Ubitricity, a major British charging network

Royal Dutch Shell – the world’s fourth largest oil and gas company – has announced its acquisition of British public electric vehicle charging network Ubitricity. Neither company has revealed the monetary value of the deal, however, in an official statement released last week, Shell confirmed it was expecting to complete the take-over by the end of 2021. According to Ubitricity's website, the company currently owns and maintains approximately 2700 on-street charge points throughout Britain.
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William Davis
Speeding fines triple in NSW after warning signs removed from mobile speed cameras – report
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8th Feb 2021
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Speeding fines triple in NSW after warning signs removed from mobile speed cameras – report

Revenue from speeding fines in NSW has more than tripled since the state government removed warning signs from mobile speed detection cameras late last year. A report by 9News revealed in December 2020 the state’s coffers were topped up by almost $2.5 million in speeding fines, which have tripled since the phase-out of warning signs for mobile speed camera cars.
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Rob Margeit
2021 Audi RS3 LMS racer revealed, previews next-gen RS3 road car
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8th Feb 2021
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2021 Audi RS3 LMS racer revealed, previews next-gen RS3 road car

The 2021 Audi RS3 LMS race car has been unveiled – providing performance-car fans their first glimpse at how the next-generation Audi RS3 hot hatch and sedan might look. Designed to compete in the TCR touring car formula used by up to 24 regional categories globally (including Australia), the new RS3 LMS will undergo final development throughout 2021, before reaching the first customers' hands towards the end of the year.
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Alex Misoyannis