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New Audi A8 to show its face in July

Audi has confirmed that the long awaited replacement for the current six year old D4 generation A8 the D5 will bow in Barcelona on July 11th before its official world premiere at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September

Lotus Elise now with even less weight than ever

Following on from Exige Sport 380 shown last year Lotus has unveiled an entry-level hardcore version of its venerable Elise

Audi to debut three new electric cars by 2020

Audi has reportedly confirmed that it will be bringing three brand-new all-electric cars to market by 2020 with one being rumoured to be an SUV

New rumour claims Lexus will soon say goodbye to GS

A Lexus-online platform has alleged that the company could possibly end production of the GS sedan now that the recently launched LS offers a V6 engine as standard

Toyota Supra prototype spied with less camouflage

Still sporting significant amounts of camouflage albeit less than before more aesthetic details of the long awaited revived Toyota Supra have been detailed in the latest batch of spy images

Marchionne I have no interest in VW merger

Outspoken Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne has reportedly hit back at Volkswagen boss Matthias Mueller over claims about a possible merger of the two companies

REPORT New Renault Megane RS to use Alpine A110s engine

Still viewed as one of the most rewarding hot hatches on sale today a French-based website has claimed that the forthcoming new Renault Megane RS will use the same engine as the Alpine A110

Audi confirms Q4 and eight RS models by 2019

Expected to take on the BMW X4 and Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe Audi has reportedly confirmed that its coupe-inspired mid-size SUV the Q4 will debut at some stage in 2019

New VW Polo to commence production in June

Volkswagen has reportedly confirmed that the much awaited sixth-generation Polo will officially enter production in Europe from June

Adjusted levies likely to wipe out any big fuel price drops – AA

The Automobile Association AA has warned that the 30 cents a litre fuel levy increase and nine cents hike in the Road Accident Fund could have a substantial impact on any petrol price gains for April

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