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  • BMW unveils new safety car MotoGP

    BMW unveils new safety car MotoGP

    BMW, traditional partner of MotoGP and used models like the 1 Series M Coupe, M6 Coupe and M6 Gran Coup?, in recent years, as safety cars, introduced its newest safety representative in the premier class of motorcycle racing world: the coup? M4 2014.

  • NHTSA warns: 30,000 Tesla Model S can catch fire

    NHTSA warns: 30,000 Tesla Model S can catch fire

    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's (NHTSA), which is responsible for matters relating to traffic safety in the United States, revealed that Tesla convene a recall of 29,222 units of the Model S.

  • Last Kombi Last Edition goes to the museum VW in Hanover

    Last Kombi Last Edition goes to the museum VW in Hanover

    Due to the new safety standards that went into effect in 2014, with the requirement of the airbag and ABS brakes for new cars sold in Brazil, Volkswagen Kombi retired veteran. To say goodbye with style, launched the special edition Kombi Last Edition.

  • Ford reveals teaser Ka Sedan concept

    Ford reveals teaser Ka Sedan concept

    Ford released the teaser of a new global compact car concept, announcing its presentation to the public for the Hall of New Delhi next week. Although the automaker did not officially disclose the name of the model, it is the Ka Sedan concept.

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