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    Wheel Revolution Falls Flat

    It's been touted as the biggest revolution in tyre design for years, but is it about to get a puncture? Boffins working on rubber similar to the pioneering Michelin Tweel have scrapped years of research - because they couldn't keep it quiet. The shock decision will have an impact on the rubber giant's own version, which first appeared at last autumn's Frankfurt Motor Show before officially debuting at the Detroit expo in January.

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    Hot Diesel X-Type Is Go

    Two's company for Jaguar - the British manufacturer has confirmed the arrival of a second oil-burner for its X-Type range, just as we predicted in last week's magazine. It means that from later in the year, buyers will have the choice of a new high-performance 2.2-litre turbodiesel, as well as the current 2.0-litre model.

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    Audi's Next TT Uncovered

    Exclusive pictures in this week's mag give the world its first glimpse of the coupé which Audi hopes will reinvigorate the public's enthusiasm for the ageing TT.

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    Beast Branches Out To Beauty

    The Ford Mustang is as hard as nails - fingernails, that is. That's because a leading US cosmetics firm has launched a range of polishes inspired by the muscle car's paint.

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    Pee In The 'Pod

    Ever been bursting to go during a car journey when you're miles from the nearest loo? This invention could be a 'convenient' solution. It's the Indipod, a portable toilet with its own inflatable cubicle.

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    BMW X5

    The second-generation BMW X5 moves up in size, performance, comfort, versatility and standing, though the new South Carolina-built sport/utility vehicle (codenamed E70) isn't due on dealer lots until the end of 2006 as an '07 model. We have caught the new seven-seater, wearing production bodywork underneath its surface disguise, testing on public roads near BMW's headquarters in northern Sweden.

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    Mercedes C-Class

    Gotcha! Underneath this extraordinary disguise hides Mercedes' best-kept secret, the successor of their top-seller: the all-new C-Class, due for launch at the 2007 Frankfurt Motor Show. Even though security was very tight when the car was unloaded from a truck in northern Sweden the other day and during the following stop at a nearby petrol station, we got the first pictures of the new midsize sedan in beautiful sunlight.

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    Ford D-MAX

    It's too big to be the new Mondeo, but underneath the disguise there are some very large clues about the look of the next-generation Ford family favourite - not least, the new company nose.

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