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A Neck-and-neck battle is being fought between Audi and Volkswagen to take fuel cell engines to new levels. Both have revealed for the first time they're working on hydrogen-powered cars.
Nearly as long as two double-decker buses, this is no ordinary road sign - in fact, it's the biggest variable message board in the UK.
Motorists face a new charge if they don't receive the registration document on a car they've bought.
Demand for armoured cars has doubled in the past five years, and in 2004, the industry is expected to be worth more than US$1billion (£550million) for the first time.
If you fancy a more athletic looking Cat, Jaguar has just the thing with a new limited-edition X-Type.
We were first to reveal the oddball PT Cruiser was getting a facelift... and now this week's magazine has exclusive images of the revamped model.
Far from being a Welsh Rare-bit, Ford's Ka supermini is becoming a common sight in the valleys.
Here's a teaser for you - what is this? We thought it looked like a twisted chocolate wrapper, but then it could be a bit of crumpled Armco crash barrier. Give up? It's actually a model of the new Glasgow transport museum.
It sounds like something from Dr Who, but the vortex generator is going to make its world debut on the Mitsubishi Evo IX.
Farmers' fields, rural woodland and industrial estates - all are being blighted by illegal scrapyards which are springing up across the country.
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