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New Leon Set To Break Three?

12 May, 2005

Officially, the new SEAT Leon (below) will be a five-door only - but a sporty three-door could follow. Speaking at the Barcelona Motor Show launch, design boss Steve Lewis said he'd love to pen one.

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German Rivals In Popemobile Bid

12 May, 2005

There's an unholy row brewing in Germany over who will build the next Popemobile. Mercedes has supplied pontiffs' cars for nearly 80 years - the last being a modified M-Class - but Audi, BMW and VW are showing an interest.

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Clash Of The Pick-up Titans

12 May, 2005

Giant pick-ups were the big news at the Barcelona Motor Show - Nissan unveiled its Navara King Cab, which is produced in the Spanish city, while rival Toyota took the wraps off a new version of the Hilux.

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BMW SUV's Added X Appeal

12 May, 2005

This week's mag pictures prove that BMW's X3 is getting an early makeover in readiness for increased competition from Land Rover's eagerly anticipated all-new Freelander and the Volvo XC50.

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New Supercar A Scorch Draw

12 May, 2005

Here's what Aston Martin's design guru is working on now. Before you put your money down on a Spyker, Koenigsegg or Edonis, you might want to consider a Fisker.

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It's Go, Go, Go For New Flagship Porsche

12 May, 2005

Forget the motorsport decals - and see what's underneath. This is a first look at what Porsche fans can expect from the all-new 911 GT3.

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Bugatti Is Speed King

12 May, 2005

The record stood for seven years as the pinnacle of production car achievement - and now it looks as though it's been broken twice in a matter of weeks.

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R-R Boss Isn't Seeing Red Over Copy

12 May, 2005

Rolls-Royce boss, Ian Robertson, said he was flattered by a Chinese copy of the Phantom - the FAW Red Flag limo (image) - but wouldn't be talking to lawyers.