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There's a new kid on the mud-plugging block - the Hyundai Tucson. Unveiled at this week's Chicago Motor Show, it arrives in Britain in the autumn.
French firm Citroen has been busy improving its supermini line-up. The five-door C3 now comes with a 90bhp 1.4-litre 16v engine, offering 47mpg and a 112mph top speed. It's priced £9,542.
One in three British drivers changed their car last year. That's the incredible statistic to emerge after the release of sales figures for all vehicles during 2003.
No wonder this man is smiling - he's just entered the Guinness Book of World Records. This is American race ace Brenden Gaughan, and the sign he's holding shows the speed he managed to get out of a Dodge Ram SRT-10 pick-up truck.
Vauxhall also has this novel trick up its sleeve for next month's Geneva Motor Show - the innovative TRIXX concept city car.
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