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Computer giant Microsoft is developing a mobile phone that lets you lie in if roads are jam-free. The link to traffic website means alarm resets itself if no delays. It's called SmartPhlow and is being tested in US now.
Weird colours to make people look twice at a car will get more popular, it's been claimed.
Car stereo theft has reared its ugly head again - and it's all because owners of the previous-generation Ford Focus aren't bothering to remove the security panel on their head unit.
Soon Mercedes will need its own A-to-Z. Another letter has been added to the firm's line-up thanks to its new R-Class.
There's life in the old dog yet! Complete with retro F1-style air scoop on the roof, this is Honda's NSX-R GT.
Swedish scientists have devised a bumper that can anticipate a collision. Pyrotechnics are used to move it away from the car, creating an impact-absorbing crumple zone.
The Crossgolf is not the only voyage into uncharted waters being plotted by VW. Bosses are also planning a new flagship diesel model that will be the most powerful oil-burning Golf ever.
John DeLorean, car industry executive famed for launching own firm and building Ulster factory, has died, aged 80. DMC-12 coupé flopped, and DeLorean faced drugs charges in early Eighties.
The MX-5 is famous for its number of special editions, but now Mazda is readying a limited version of the new model - even though the standard car doesn't go on sale for six months!
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