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This week's Auto Express contains a Geneva Motor Show supplement. And certainly with new cars from Rolls-Royce, Rover, Aston Martin, MINI and Ford, the Brits were the stars at the Geneva Motor Show.
A speedo that flashes up the limit for the road you're driving on is just one of the innovative features in this new Toyota.
Clocking cars is a criminal offence - but Peugeot may have to do it due to a software fault on 307s.
What's black when it's just right and turns red when it's gone soft? The answer is a new type of tyre that changes colour if it needs more air.
Forget the Ford Focus Cosworth. Vauxhall is set to unleash a storming 212bhp version of its new Astra with a special twist - it has a turbo-diesel under the bonnet!
Korean firm Hyundai has been showing its European design credentials with the E3. Styled by the company's design centre in Rüsselsheim, Germany, the car debuted at last week's Geneva Motor Show.
Is this the ultimate cure for punctures? This strange combined wheel and tyre needs no air as it's just four solid rubber bands stretched round a rim of 17 flattened spokes.
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