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This week's magazine carries pictures that reveal BMW isn't pouring cold water on its controversial flame surface design philosophy.
Clocking cars will be a thing of the past within two years, Auto Express can reveal. The news comes as the motor industry gears up for the launch of the computerised MoT test in December.
Crossfox is the obvious name for this all-new car - it's a crossover vehicle based on the Fox, the South American baby VW which is tipped to replace the Lupo.
The DVLA is releasing 200,000 unissued 'E' registrations. The 1 to 20 number range was withdrawn from their original issue in 1987 and the plates will go on sale via the personalised sales hotline or online.
Another version of the world's first amphibious sports car, the Aquada, is under development.
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