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If you like the look of the Mazda RX-8 but need more than four seats, this could be the answer. It's the CX-7, which will debut at January's Los Angeles Motor Show.
While Audi's sports car experts are putting the finishing touches to the TT, over in the 4x4 division, boffins have been heading off-tarmac in the new A6 Allroad.
The shots in this week's issue give the best view yet of the coupé version of the next-generation Audi TT, showing how the company has grown and adapted its design to stay at the top of the style charts.
The wait is finally over!
After nearly thirty years, the British International Motor Show returns to London next summer from 20-30 July 2006 at ExCeL, near Canary Wharf.
Here it is - your chance to tell us about your car in Driver Power 2006! Last year, a record 50,000 of you took part in the only car reliability and satisfaction poll that really counts.
I don't want to give car-haters any bright ideas, but the fact is there are plenty of jobs out there which allow you to bash motorists.
The Government has ear-marked £10million to make Britain a world leader in so-called "smart roads".
The Government is considering fitting new infra-red sensors on more approach roads to low bridges in a fresh bid to cut the growing number of accidents at the crossings.
Which do you think looks better, the new Fiat 124 or the new Mazda MX-5?
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