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This week's issue of Auto Express
Driver Power 2014
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Internet companies which sell car registration plates illegally are being targeted in a new DVLA crackdown - thanks to an Auto Express undercover investigation.
Take a look at Ford's new Explorer. The blue oval has released this image of a car with no door handles and huge 21-inch wheels.
British motorists are driving around in cars with foreign number plates in a bid to dodge speeding and parking fines, Auto Express can reveal.
Take a look at the most extreme version yet of the current Subaru Impreza. Called the S203, this hot new saloon is based on the WRX STi and features a raft of mechanical and cosmetic modifications.
Building the world's dirtiest car (see 'Eco Warriers' news story) hasn't stopped Lamborghini in the power stakes. It's set to make its Gallardo (image) even beefier to take on Ferrari's new F430.
Going green has just got easier, thanks to a new chart of eco-friendly cars. More than 1,300 models have been analysed, using CO2 emissions, fuel consumption and engine noise for comparison.
Exclusive spy images in this week's Auto Express magazine reveal the forthcoming Polo undergoing road testing.
Better aerodynamics, extra insulation against the wind and there are even new drainage channels to help get rid of the rain - does this car have the most advanced folding canvas roof in the world?
Auto Express's readers certainly love their ropey old motors! Hundreds of you entered the magazine's prize draw in issue 831 to win one of six copies of the all-new Crap Cars 2005 calendar.
A salesman in every living room - it sounds like a horror scenario for most of us, but Honda says it'll allow customers to get answers to all their questions without leaving the sofa.
The next big thing in car cabin fragrances will be a system that can swap between two aromas.
It's all 'four' one with Daihatsu - its new Sirion supermini (image) is getting four-wheel drive for maximum traction and stability.
Would you want a aircraft-style black box data recorder fitted to your car to help determine fault in insurance claims?
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