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Mitsubishi Motors has released the first image of its latest concept car, the Concept-Sportback. Set to make its world debut at Frankfurt Motor Show in September, the Mitsubishi Concept-Sportback gives the first indications of the company’s vision for its next generation of C-segment cars and debuts its design inspiration for a new European 5-door sports hatchback.


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  • All-new four-door D segment sedan to be revealed at IAA Motor Show in September
  • Latest model in the complete regeneration of Kia’s product range
  • New 2-litre diesel engine for Magentis models in Europe
  • Kia Motors Corporation has confirmed that the world premiere of its all-new Kia Magentis four-door saloon will take place at the Frankfurt International Motor Show on 13 September. Designed at Kia facilities in Korea, the USA and Europe, the new Magentis marks the latest step in the complete regeneration of the Kia product line-up over the last four years. Read More


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    Gaydon, 10 August 2005: The new Range Rover Sport has been put through a real on- and off- road work out during the latest Land Rover G4 Challenge recce trip in Southeast Asia. Setting out from the Laos capital city of Vientiane, the recce team completed two strenuous routes in the rugged and remote north of Laos, before heading south to Bangkok, confirming that the vehicle is more than capable of transporting the teams through anything that the terrain can throw at them.

    Prospective entrants wishing to join the 2006 Land Rover G4 Challenge can apply at

    Dubspeed Driven Road Test: We Review the 2005 Audi S4 Quattro

    Carl Modesette – Staff Writer, Dubspeed Media
    Photos by Dubspeed Media Photographers, Matt Chow and Zerin Dube

    Despite close ties to the B6 platform, the B7 S4 is a completely different car in almost every way. Visually and viscerally, Audi has certainly reached the pinnacle of refinement with their most recent offering. I went into this review with high expectations, and with few reservations, those expectations were met. Read More

    With Classic Jeep Design, the 2006 Jeep Commander Goes On- and Off-Road

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    If the 2006 Jeep Commander could talk, “more” would be its favorite word.

    The introduction of Commander at the New York International Auto Show in March 2005 marked the formal addition of one more Jeep model to the already strong lineup of Grand Cherokee, Liberty and Wrangler, and signals the start of a Jeep product offensive scheduled for the next two years. Read More