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Out in the open and completely undisguised for the first time in this week's mag, this is the car putting the capital M back into Mercedes.
What would Sir Alec Issigonis think? While the original 1963 Mini Cooper S was as raw and sparse as any rally car of its era, the modern version is getting a Formula One-inspired paddleshift automatic transmission.
Mercury isn't a brand we know much about in the UK, but we're familiar with its parent company, Ford. And the British market will soon be benefiting from some of the technology in this concept.
Stress-busting technology has been introduced by Nissan into Japanese versions of the Micra.
It might not be the first MINI alternative that springs to mind, but the BMW hatchback will have a new rival in the shape of Suzuki's Swift when it goes on sale next spring.
The biggest-selling racing computer game ever is back - and Auto Express has got behind the wheel already.
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