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Porsche 911 Safari off-road version

Porsche 911 Safari off-road version – Automaker Porsche is planning to present something different when the mat Beijing Motor Show 2014 which is taking place next April. The German car manufacturer is planning to display the concept model called the Porsche 911 Safari. Porsche 911 Safari After read from Inautonews, Porsche 911 Safari is a sport sedan that was developed to bulldoze off-road track. Premium sedan wild character was expected...

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Infiniti plans new vehicles concept to compete BMW and Audi

...nfiniti concept vehicleThe luxury car manufacturer under the auspices of Nissan, Infiniti announced plans on new vehicles concept are prepared to compete with the BMW 1-Series and Audi A1 in 2014. The plan, the new Infiniti vehicles will be produced in factory residing in Grazz, Austria. Unfortunately Infiniti concept vehicles are reluctant to divulge names, but it certainly will be far more interesting than the BMW and Audi. Thus was quoted from...

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Future concept car arena

...el Cell Hybrid Vehicle-Advanced on display at the Tokyo Motor Show. It hoped FCV will be pioneer future hydrogen vehicles, as well as a hybrid that has been successful in the market first. Meanwhile, BMW also took the BMW i8 sports car in IIMS 2014. This car is the world’s first sport-utility vehicle built on the basis of sustainability in all the process. The development of the BMW i8 vehicles follow a revolutionary approach that focuses o...

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World First Licensed Driverless Car to Hit the Roads

...ith what is believed to be the world’s first licence to test autonomous vehicles. The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) announced it has approved Google’s application to test driverless vehicles on public streets. However, it still requires a person in the driver’s seat in case anything goes wrong with the technology. Another person will have to monitor a computer screen that shows the car’s planned route and keep tabs on roadway hazards...

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