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1965 Ford Mustang to drive itself up Goodwood hillclimb
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12th Jul 2018
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1965 Ford Mustang to drive itself up Goodwood hillclimb

The Goodwood Festival of Speed is just around the corner, and car manufacturers are getting ready to let their loudest, sexiest metal loose on the hillclimb. Siemens and Cranfield University are taking a different approach, however, letting their best autonomous technology pilot a converted 1965 Ford Mustang on the famous course.
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Scott Collie
RUF SCR revealed in Geneva
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11th Mar 2018
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RUF SCR revealed in Geneva

Almost exactly one year after revealing the reborn CTR in Geneva, RUF has whipped the covers off its big-money, lightweight take on the Porsche 911. Meet the SCR, a nod to another of its famous tuned Porsches from the 1970s. The original was released in 1978, with power from a 3.2-litre flat-six making 162kW. It ran with dark green paint and a prominent whale-tail spoiler, along with bigger cooling ducts all around.
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Scott Collie
Jaguar D-Type re-enters production
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7th Feb 2018
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Jaguar D-Type re-enters production

The Jaguar D-Type of the 1950s has been revived 60 years after it first went out of production, with the company's Classic Works division to produce a limited run of the iconic Le Mans racer. Last built in 1956, the Jaguar D-Type had an original production run of 75 units. It won the Le Mans 24 Hour race three times from 1955 to 1957, and also spawned the XKSS road car – which incidentally was also recently revived in a limited production run.
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James Wong
Holden 'Dream Cruise' to celebrate Australian manufacturing on October 15
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16th Aug 2017
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Holden 'Dream Cruise' to celebrate Australian manufacturing on October 15

Holden is calling on owners of all its Australian-built models to take part in its 'Dream Cruise' - scheduled for Sunday, October 15 - to celebrate local automotive manufacturing. Announced this week, the Holden Dream Cruise is an opportunity for enthusiasts and the wider community to show off and experience the first and last cars built in Australia by Holden, led by the 1948 48/215 and 2017 VF II Commodore (pictured).
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James Wong
BMW restores the King’s 507 roadster for Concours d’Elegance
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5th Aug 2016
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BMW restores the King’s 507 roadster for Concours d’Elegance

A 1950s BMW 507 once driven by Elvis Presley has been completely restored for the Concours d’Elegance show in Pebble Beach, California. Only 254 examples of the BMW 507 were produced between 1955 and 1958, making it one of the most sought-after BMW models ever built. This particular car’s links with the 'King of Rock and Roll' made it an even more exclusive.
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James Wong