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Just as some councils are planning to ban roadside shrines for being morbid and a distraction, one motoring organisation wants to make them even more shocking.
One of the most famous Alfas ever
is set to make a comeback - the Giulietta Sprint. But the news isn't all good; the newcomer will all but dash any hope of the company's thrilling 8c Competizione ever being built.
Luxury British car maker Bentley made a big impression at this year's SEMA show - even though it didn't have a display of its own.
With the launch of production cars such as the 300C, Chrysler Jeep is on a roll in America at the moment.
People often shave their heads for charity, but would you have a tyre tread cut into your hair to get a free set of rubber?
Forget waving to thank a fellow motorist - this is the way to communicate.
Jaguar showed off this X-Type by California tuner Bonspeed at SEMA - and bosses said they plan to offer every one of its many features to American customers. Why?
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