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Z4 Coupé turns up the heat

28 Sep, 2005

M power to the people! There will be an M Sport version of the BMW Z4 Coupé - and this week's mag has the pictures that prove it.

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Off-roader crash test shock

28 Sep, 2005

These chilling pictures show what hap-pened when one of the new range of Chinese-built cars was put to the wall in an independent 40mph crash test

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TV icon's Jag up for sale

28 Sep, 2005

This one's an open and shut case, but there's definitely an air of mystery about it. Here is the most famous Jaguar in TV history, and it's just emerged from an incredible £100,000 restoration to go on sale.

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Developments

28 Sep, 2005

Easy Fuel is new Ford-developed system to prevent misfuelling. The car can sense if a petrol nozzle is being put in a diesel tank and won't let fuel flow start.

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News in brief

28 Sep, 2005

Jumping red traffic lights costs £400million per year in fines and insurance premium hikes, online broker www.confused.com has revealed. Cost of cover goes up seven per cent if driver gets conviction for ignoring signals.

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Future Volvos a real glass act

28 Sep, 2005

An uncrashable car that's one big glass window with seats made from cannabis - that's the view of motoring being offered by Volvo. The Swedish company has just published 2020 Mobility, a strategy for the next 15 years.

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Sporty Panda earns its stripes

28 Sep, 2005

Check out the striking striping! The Fiat Panda Sporting limited edition is based on the 1.3-litre Multijet turbodiesel, and develops the same 70bhp and 145Nm of torque.

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New pump star goes live

28 Sep, 2005

This new sign will soon be a regular sight for motorists who fill with fuel at supermarkets.

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BMW eyes debut at UK show

28 Sep, 2005

Could this be the scene that will greet first-day visitors to the British Motor Show next summer? It's company boss Helmut Panke on stage and taking the wraps off an all-new BMW.

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Tyre company treads new path

28 Sep, 2005

It's a firm best known for keeping vehicles planted to the road. But now tyre giant Michelin is launching new products that offer similar levels of grip while running or hill walking.