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All you need to know about cars and motorsport this week

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No new car launches this week but no week in the automotive world is devoid of action. Records have been broken, big decisions have been made by carmakers and a lot more has happened. Now its time for you to get upto speed with all that has happened this week.

Tesla Motors faces adversity (Again)

Its become a routine now. Every now and then Elon and his company get into trouble. This time its money matters as the company has suffered high losses despite the increasing sale of the Tesla Model 3.

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Volvo has said goodbye to the V40

Volvo announced that the last V40 rolled off the production line in Belgium. Volvo's moving on but is it a good thing?

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Citroen will be launching 3 new saloons by 2021

SUVs might be becoming the biggest poison for car lovers but car lovers should now rejoice. Citroen has come to our rescue.

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The UK Prime Minister’s daily driver is…

Boris Johnson is the new Prime Minister of UK. So we all have a right to know what his daily driver is...

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It's official, BMW is bringing back the manual

Some really exciting news coming for car lovers. The Head of BMW's M department confirmed that the upcoming M3 and M4 models will be offered with a manual option. WOW, could this be the birth of the legend?

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Is Mercedes killing the X-Class?

The death of the X-Class has been fueled by by a statement from Ola Kallenius who told a German magazine that the brand were keen to end their partnership with Nissan-Renault because "almost all common businesses were in the red". So is the death of the Merc pickup good?

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Just one month untill the Aston Martin DBX hits the Aston Showrooms

SUV news. The very hyped and costly SUV, the DBX is about to hit the Aston Martin showrooms.

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Japanese cars banned in South Korea from petrol stations amid political tensions

Earlier in the month, the Korean Oil Station Association asked all petrol stations in the country to ban Japanese cars from using the pumps. Furthermore, on July 19th, the alliance of garages in Korea announced it would no longer repair cars from Japan. Things are heating up.

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Aston Martin's special James Bond Workshop revealed

Many ideas have emerged as to how the different cars tie in together but after posting a photo of the film maker’s workshop, the 007 social media team may have leaked the DB5’s role.

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Renault Mégane RS Trophy-R sets new Spa lap record

The Mégane RS Trophy-R is on lap record rampage and it has broken yet another lap record. This time it conquered Belgium.

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Jaguar Project 8 sets Nurburgring lap record… Again

Just like the Renault, the Project 8 is also on a lap record breaking streak. Following the footsteps of its predecessor, the Project has broken the Nurburgring Lap record... Again.

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BMW to make Apple CarPlay a subscription

Apple CarPlay on Beamers will become a subscription worth $300.

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Epic set of renders have given us the open-top Lotus Evija

Both the Elise and the Exige have removable roofs. Why shouldn’t the Evija then?

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A Jeep Trackhawk driver was caught hitting a whopping 142mph on Interstate

Imagine reaching 142mph on public roads in a car that weighs more than the Empire State Building. Someone has made this fantasy true.

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GM boss hints the C8 Corvette will go electric

Time for some bad news now. Last week’s motoring news was dominated by the release of the brand-new C8 Corvette. Now though GM’s President, Mark Reuss has said, “The company is committed to a strategy of 0-0-0: zero emissions, zero crashes and zero congestion. All of the technology rolling into this vehicle is meant to support that.”

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Revealed: How Kim Jong Un keeps getting luxury Mercedes

He's been rather sneaky. Very sneaky

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This $25 million McLaren F1 LM has stolen the glamour of the regular F1

With only 106 McLaren F1's made worldwide (64 for the road), the LM is a very special car indeed. Not only does it look outrageous but it also is just one of two in the entire world which was modified by the factory to the LM specification.

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Toyota’s new LMP1 car will be restricted by the FIA

Sometimes being too good becomes harmful for you. This is what Toyota has sufferred here. Toyota's chances of winning might be shackled.

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Mercedes Tease New White Livery To Celebrate 125 Years

Looks so stunning this. This special livery could be one of the major attractions of the German GP.

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Race 1 of the Porsche GT2 Supersportscar weekend has been a great success

The Porsche legend is back with a bang. The GT2 has created a very fun race.

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That's it for this week. Thanks for reading

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