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Honda NeoWing concept revealed
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1st Oct 2015
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Honda NeoWing concept revealed

The Honda NeoWing concept will be unveiled at the 2015 Tokyo motor show, which takes place at the end of this month. Featuring two wheels at the front, and a single wheel at the rear, the Honda NeoWing is claimed to offer the "cornering feel and sporty ride equivalent to a large-sized motorcycle", while also having "excellent stability in low-speed ranges". Honda says that the front wheels are connected via "an original Honda linkage mechanism".
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Derek Fung
Mazda sports car concept to debut at 2015 Tokyo motor show
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30th Sep 2015
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Mazda sports car concept to debut at 2015 Tokyo motor show

An all-new Mazda sports car concept will debut at the 2015 Tokyo motor show. As CarAdvice predicted recently, the new concept model - teased above - will feature a sleek coupe body and could well be a precursor to a new-generation rotary-powered coupe.
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Matt Campbell
Mazda Koeru production model likely to be sold in China before anywhere else
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26th Sep 2015
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Mazda Koeru production model likely to be sold in China before anywhere else

CarAdvice has learnt that a production version of the Mazda Koeru coupe-style SUV – the vehicle that is expected to wear the CX-4 badge – may be sold in China before it makes it to any other international markets.
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Matt Campbell
Alfa Romeo: autonomous cars will be an "intrinsic part of the automotive industry"
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21st Sep 2015
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Alfa Romeo: autonomous cars will be an "intrinsic part of the automotive industry"

Alfa Romeo believes that autonomous cars will become an industry norm, but that ultimately these systems will never fully take away the enjoyment of driving a car manually. Speaking to CarAdvice at the Frankfurt motorshow last week, the CEO of Alfa Romeo and Maserati, Harald Wester, said autonomous driving technology would soon be a regular feature across a variety of cars.
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Alborz Fallah
No Renault Trafic auto imminent, though company admits mistake
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18th Sep 2015
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No Renault Trafic auto imminent, though company admits mistake

Not launching the Renault Trafic van with the option of an automatic gearbox might in hindsight have been a mistake, admits the company’s executive vice president Jerome Stoll this week. Nevertheless, don’t expect a rapid about-face, with the company’s head of light commercials (LCV) Ashwani Gupta saying the company had “no visibility’ on the project materialising any time soon.
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Mike Costello