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    Lexus Muscles In

    With a sharp new look, a finely tuned rear-wheel-drive chassis and luxurious cabin, all the fresh Lexus IS range needs now is a high-performance flagship -and this week's mag has the pictures to prove it.

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    Wild World

    ITALY: A nationwide survey has revealed that Italians spend one mile in five lost or going the wrong way.

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    Rail 'Gamblers" On Camera

    Red light-style safety cameras could be fitted at all unmanned level crossings if trials prove a success.

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    RAV Clone To Bear Fruit in UK?

    Although it looks like a Toyota, this SUV is not the next RAV4. Called the Tiggo, it's actually the work of Chinese firm Chery. However, with a side-hinged tailgate and rear-mounted spare wheel, the RAV4 was clearly an inspiration.

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    Foreign Fine Farce Exposed

    Drivers of foreign-registered cars are abusing the UK's road rules and getting away with dodging millions of pounds worth of fines.

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    MG Rover Questions Answered

    If MG Rover collapses, there are many questions owners and recent purchasers need answering. We've replied to the most common ones, below.

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    Rover's Warranties In Limbo

    More than 250,000 MG Rover owners face uncertainty over their new-car warranties if the car maker collapses completely. Administrators were called into Longbridge last Friday to assess the firm's finances, following the breakdown of talks with the Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC).

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    Cover Blown On Brera Drop-top

    We revealed first details of the Alfa Brera Spider in a world exclusive story in issue 849. Now, this week's mag has conclusive proof that development is well underway, and the car will arrive in showrooms in 12 months' time. As plans to produce a convertible GT have been dropped, the Brera will replace the ageing Spider as the firm's only soft-top.

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    Mitsubishi Plans Evo-lution Revolution...

    To avoid a backlash from outraged enthusiasts, Subaru still hasn't ruled out developing a saloon for the next-generation Impreza range. Insiders have also hinted that the company's line-up will eventually be expanded to include a high-performance supermini, designed to take on rivals including Ford's Fiesta ST and Mitsubishi's Colt CZT.

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    Impreza Hot Hatch On Way

    Auto Express can exclusively reveal the Japanese firm has outrageous plans for the next Impreza. Altering a formula which has proved a success for the past 12 years is a bold move, but the introduction of an Impreza hatch follows Mitsubishi's plans to radically alter its Evo line-up.

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    Record Petrol Prices

    Petrol prices at UK pumps have reached their highest-ever levels, according to an RAC report. A litre of unleaded petrol now averages 85.6p, higher on motorways and main aterials, and some analysts are warning of further increases to come.

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    MG Rover Stalls

    MG Rover's future is unclear. The company's talks with a Chinese partner have collapsed and receivers, apparently, called in late Thursday. The company had asked the Government for a partial financial bale-out, until deals could be concluded to secure the company's future. The Government wanted concrete deals before supporting any venture.

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    Auto Express Appeal

    Calling anyone with or anyone who knows someone with a BMW 3-Series Convertible. Auto Express is putting together a 50-car special on the best sellers and the 3-Series convertible obviously falls into the Cabrio catagory.

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    Maybach Revives Past Memories

    Rolls-Royce isn't the only company recalling former glories. German luxury marque Maybach is joining forces with tyre firm Fulda to recreate a legendary vehicle from the past. In 1938, the car maker commissioned a prototype under the guidance of aerodynamics expert Baron Reinhard Koenig-Faschenfeld.

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