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THE ROBOTS WILL KILL US ALL!

THE ROBOTS WILL KILL US ALL!

And our grizzly end is one step closer now that BMW have unveiled their self-driving car.

Check out the video, both impressive and terrifying.

The Righini Collection

The Righini Collection

Just outside Modena, in a castle, surrounded by vineyards...

Such a garage!

THE DAKAR 911

THE DAKAR 911

Interesting that Porsche have released this video of the 1984 953 at a time when rumours of a new 911 off-roader are gathering pace...

Check it out!

1961 Porsche 718 Spyder

1961 Porsche 718 Spyder

This one's expected to fetch $3m when it goes up for auction next week.

Not cheap, but LOOK AT IT!

HACKED ROAD SIGNS

HACKED ROAD SIGNS

Both big and clever, and in no way immature.

CRAP CAR MODS

CRAP CAR MODS

The finest modification aberrations the internet has to offer.

All in one handy thread!

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Brazil Factory to Produce Local Land Rover Discovery Sport’s

Brazil Factory to Produce Local Land Rover Discovery Sport’s

Jaguar Land Rover has confirmed that the brand new Land Rover Discovery Sport will be one of just a number of models to be produced in part at the company’s new factory in Brazil. Construction of the facility has yet … Brazil Factory to Produce Local Land Rover Discovery Sport’s

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JLR opens a new chapter with its engine manufacturing plant

JLR opens a new chapter with its engine manufacturing plant

It's a day that most of us thought might never come - but following a £500 million investment Jaguar Land Rover is ready to start making its new Ingenium range of engines
Interesting day today. I went to an event that even five years ago would have seemed highly unlikely: the official opening of JLR's new engine plant in Wolverhampton. And the ribbon cutting was carried out by the Queen no less. Even five years ago, the likes of me were regularly writing stories casting doubt on whether such an investment would ever be made by companies like JLR.  In fact, if I recall rightly, we were speculating which of the then three manufacturing plants would shut, such was the apparently parlous economic outlook. So a £500 million investment such as this is massively good news indeed, especially as it will eventually guarantee 1400 jobs in an area that needs them. Thankfully that's also the tone that the likes of the BBC and Fleet Street media have been taking. The diesel engine that the plant will be producing (the petrol goes on-line in 2016) looks impressive too. Let's hope it feels as world class as the plant in which its produced. We'll find out when we get to sample the new Jaguar XE in a few months.

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Aston Martin

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Porsche Panamera Turbo S Executive Exclusive revealed

Porsche Panamera Turbo S Executive Exclusive revealed

Luxurious long wheelbase fastback saloon limited to 100 units; features new two-tone paint finish and myriad trim upgrades
Porsche has revealed a new limited edition long wheelbase version of its 562bhp Panamera Turbo S called the Executive Exclusive, which comes from the company's in-house Exclusive division. Set to make its public debut at the upcoming Los Angeles motor show , the generously equipped fastback Porsche – which is 150mm longer than the standard Panamera – receives a new graduated two-tone exterior colour scheme in black and chestnut brown metallic. The paint process is carried out by hand; the front intake grills and 20-inch Sport Classic wheels are also finished in deep black metallic to complement the look. Inside, the new Porsche features seats covered in hestnut brown leather from Italian company Poltrona Frau, with contrasting black Nappa leather door trims with chestnut brown stitching – a combination reflecting the exterior colour treatment. A similar treatment is taken with the inlay trims, which transition from walnut burl wood to a black piano lacquer finish throughout the cabin. Each of the planned 100 specially equipped Panamera Turbo S Executive Exclusives to be offered in selected markets receive Porsche’s new Rear Seat Entertainment System Plus package. Included are two 10.1-inch touch screens with built-in cameras and mobile internet access. Power for the limited edition long wheelbase Panamera hails from the same twin-turbocharged 4.8-litre V8 direct injection petrol engine used in the standard Panamera Turbo S sold in the UK. The engine develops 562bhp and 590lb ft of torque, and drives through a standard seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox, allowing for 0-62mph acceleration in 3.9sec and a top speed of 193mph. Porsche has priced the left-hand drive only Panamara Turbo S Executive Exclusive at €249,877 plus taxes in Germany. Get the latest car news, reviews and galleries from Autocar direct to your inbox every week. Enter your email address below:

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Gallery: Lamborghini Huracán Launch Event In México

Gallery: Lamborghini Huracán Launch Event In México

You may have already read our quick review of the event, where we were impressed by the Lamborghini Girls as much as the Huracán itself, and you might as well have read our in depth review of the car… but … Gallery: Lamborghini Huracán Launch Event In México

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