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A Look at the new tech in Audi’s latest offerings

Audi’s new technology under the spotlight

For over 100 years, the German car giant Audi has become known for producing some of the world’s most exciting and high-quality road vehicles. With its famous slogan slogan ‘Vorsprung durch Technik’ which in English translates to ‘Advancement through technology’, it continues to advance.

As showcased by events in London and Beijing earlier this year, Audi is still on its mission to advance.

The many

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What’s Going on at Huntingdon Audi

Those of you who have visited Huntingdon Audi recently may have noticed that we are currently undergoing building work at the dealership. We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your patience during this time and to let you know what to expect from your brand new Huntingdon Audi.

Current building works are underway to bring you a brand new service reception with a

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From Shanghai to Almaty BYD’s car proves up to the challenge!

BYD F5 Suri challenge

BYD F5 Suri challenge

 

After 8,000 km and 35 days the BYD F5 Suri saloon car has proved itself up to the challenge posed by two Dutch guys who are driving from Shanghai to Rotterdam. Their ‘Brand New China’ initiative is seeking to demonstrate that Chinese brands are fully capable of competing in the West and today arrived in Almaty, the largest city in fast developing

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Lotus Evora G4

Although the Lotus Evora is not very common on the roads, we generally love it for its excellent steering, fluid handling and plentiful performance. Therefore, we did not hesitate when asked to drive the Evora GT4 on Hethl’s racetrack. And the GT4 is not only an Evora that has some sticky tyres and stiff shocks and rollcage-50% of all its parts are actually new. It would

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1905 vintage Merc sells for £720,000

1905 vintage Merc sells for £720,000

1905 vintage Merc sells for £720,000

A 1905 Mercedes Simplex 28/32 HPs Phaeton has sold for £720,000 including premium yesterday at Coys’ True Greats auction in London.

This Mercedes is one of the oldest surviving examples of the marque in the world today that is still complete and roadworthy. The car was bought by an overseas collector in Eastern Europe, who is a very good Coys’ private

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A look at the LA Auto Show

The Los Angeles Auto show will officially start off this year’s auto show season in US. The LA Auto show will probably be bigger than ever thanks to the ideal location of the city coupled with the love for cars for the residents. Mercedes-Benz would be bringing the most news to LA although Kia, Subaru, Porsche and Lincoln are among the automakers there would be lots

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Is the BMWi3 really revolutionary?

BMW has described the BMW i3 as a “revolution”. However, could this be a marketing gimmick or is i3 really a revolutionary car? The development of the BMW i3 started in 2007 whereby a team from the ‘i’ segment of BMW was chosen.

Consequently, you cannot describe it as an overnight success if BMW sells all the 10,000 cars, its annual capacity, for a cool £25k with

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A look at the new Subaru Outback

The Subaru Outback has some very nice features including standard-fit gunmetal alloys, a restyled nose and a clearer cabin instrumentation. However, this is not just all the Outback has got. Subaru has a new diesel powered model that has an automatic gearbox that creates a 2.0D SX lineartronic model, which is expected to attract a significant portion of the British buyers. People came in to see

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Used car values for last month up 10% on last October

The latest data on used cars, which has been released to coincide with the highly anticipated figures for new car sales in October from SMMT, comes courtesy of BCA, British Car Auctions www.bca.co.uk. These stats reflect the ever evolving dynamics that exist within the used car market in the UK and show that the value of used cars is at its second highest since 2005 due

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Fuel duty tax set to be cut in 10 rural areas of the UK

The UK has placed a new application with the EC (European Commission) requesting to extend the rural fuel rebate scheme so that it is available in an additional 10 towns, according to Danny Alexander the Chief Secretary to the Treasury.

After carefully assessing a large range of evidence, seven Scottish towns and three English towns met the strict criteria to be eligible for the scheme after showing

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