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Brabus Rocket 900 Cabrio is world’s fastest

BRABUS Rocket 900 Cabrio presents the new fastest and most powerful four-seater convertible in the world as a world premiere at the IAA 2017 in Frankfurt. The new supercar is built based on the Mercedes S 65.

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New design and in-car technologies for new Kia Sorento

KIA Motors Europe has announced a range of upgrades to the Sorento, the company’s seven-seat flagship SUV. The new Sorento is on public display for the first time at the ongoing 2017 Frankfurt International Motor Show, and is due on sale across Europe from Q4 2017. The new Kia Sorento features a refreshed exterior and interior design, and is available with Kia’s latest safety and in-car connectivity technologies. A new GT Line variant is also available, as well as an efficient new eight-speed automatic transmission for 2.2-litre diesel model.

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Corolla: Over half a century and still leading

FOR half a century,  Toyota Corolla has ruled its segment without looking back. From a small compact car fifty one years ago the Toyota Corolla has grown to become a class benchmark in every ramification, setting the pace in its segment in terms of quality, safety, comfort and drivebility. The durability, dependability, and reliability of the Corolla has endeared it to many all these years making it the preferred choice of many buyers in its segment.

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3rd generation Porsche Cayenne completes 4.4m kilometre hot and cold test

THE third generation of Porsche’s Cayenne is in the starting blocks. The new edition of this successful model, which has achieved more than 760,000 sales since 2002, has undergone a complex and challenging series of examinations. Taking place across the globe and under extreme conditions, these tests ensure that the SUV meets the highest quality requirements set by Porsche.

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Eid-El-Kabir: FRSC deploy 33,000 personnel to highways

AS part of activities lined up to improve vehicular movement and mitigate crashes during the Eid-El-Kabir celebration, the Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, Dr. Boboye Oyeyemi, has approved the deployment of 33,000 personnel, both regular and special marshals, to address wrong road usage by motorists during the festivities and to ensure a downward trend in the number of RTCs.

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