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Cars named after people aren't new. In the Sixties, Mini's Hayley aerodynamic nose cone was named after actress Hayley Mills, an ex-girlfriend of its designer Chris Humberstone.
One of the most radical steps ever to cut traffic has been put forward by bosses in a UK city. York Council is considering banning HGVs from its ancient streets in order to reduce congestion.
It's carved out a fearsome reputation for speed on four wheels. Now, British sports car maker TVR wants to do the same on two; it's bought Italian bike and scooter manufacturer Benelli.
Deja vu, anyone? Former Aston Martin stylist Henrik Fisker obviously needs to be reminded he doesn't work for the Gaydon sports car manufacturer any more.
Safety barriers on Britain's first private motorway have been described as "shocking" by an experienced highways engineer. He is so concerned, he's written to the operator, Midland Expressway, to demand action.
Two new variants of the world's most exclusive saloon will appear at next month's Frankfurt Motor Show, when Maserati unveils its Quattroporte Executive GT and Sport GT.
Car manufacturers normally guard product plans closer than the family jewels, but Fiat has opened its top-secret files to the world.
Which car will be the big star of Geneva Motor Show 2015?
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