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Read more about Jaguar: Jaguar is one of the most recognized manufacturers of cars and motorcycles in England by their luxurious sedans and sports. It was founded in 1922 by William Lyons under the name of the Swallow Sidecar Company, name that was changed after the second world war due to its unfortunate acronym SS, which were consistent with the one of a division of the nazi army.

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  • Volvo V40 Cross Country comes to Brazil

    Volvo V40 Cross Country comes to Brazil

    Volvo Cars of Brazil announced the launch of the V40 Cross Country in Brazil. This adventurous version of V40 invests in unique look, with the honeycomb front grille, plastic appliqu?s on the lower side and bumpers, roof rails on the ceiling and redesigned airfoil.

  • Opel confirms Adam Rocks to Geneva

    Opel confirms Adam Rocks to Geneva

    Opel revealed on Thursday (20) the production version of Adam Rocks. The model is displayed to the public during the Geneva Motor Show, scheduled to open March 6 and is treated by the brand as "urban mini-crossover".

  • New Audi A5 is 90 kg lighter than the current

    New Audi A5 is 90 kg lighter than the current

    The Audi A5 will hit the market in 2016 with several modifications. Chief among these is the reduction in weight of the model, now have more aluminum parts, and therefore will be 90 kg lighter.

  • Aston Martin performs recalled more than 17,000 vehicles

    Aston Martin performs recalled more than 17,000 vehicles

    The Aston Martin is conducting a recall involving approximately 75% of all models produced since late 2007 after a vendor used a fake plastic material.

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