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First drive: 2014 McLaren 650S Spider in the UAE

First drive: 2014 McLaren 650S Spider in the UAE


“Why’s everybody staring?” asks my passenger. “Of course everybody’s staring. It’s a McLaren.” “But no one’s taking any pictures.” And that’s true. When we had the previous MP4-12C parked anywhere, it caused hordes of impromptu-paparazzi to teleport from out of nowhere to pose with the car and take photos. This time, our 650S Spider tester should’ve been even more of a selfie-attraction, with its P1-derived front-end and bright-orange paintjob. But based on what we noticed, maybe McLaren-fatigue is setting in among the general public, as the 650S doesn’t appear to be anything more than a facelift of a 2-year-old model.

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2015 Porsche Cayenne revealed, coming to UAE & GCC in October

2015 Porsche Cayenne revealed, coming to UAE & GCC in October


The 2015 Porsche Cayenne has been revealed, receiving a minor facelift and engine upgrades. The new generation Cayenne will launch in five versions: Cayenne S, Cayenne Turbo, Cayenne Diesel, Cayenne S Diesel and, for the first time, the Cayenne S E-Hybrid, the first plug-in hybrid in the premium SUV segment. The base V6 Cayenne is missing, but might be introduced later. The Cayenne S drops its V8 for a turbo V6, while the GTS is taking a likely-temporary hiatus.

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2015 Mazda 2 revealed with new family face

2015 Mazda 2 revealed with new family face


The Mazda 2 (or is it Mazda Mazda2?) has been around for a few years now, largely unchanged but not making much of a dent in the GCC market either. But in keeping with Mazda’s new design language, the 2015 model has now received a proper makeover.

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2014 Ford Fusion: We test its Stand-Out driving-safety tech vs Camry, Sonata, Accord & Mazda6

2014 Ford Fusion: We test its Stand-Out driving-safety tech vs Camry, Sonata, Accord & Mazda6


Cars have become a whole lot “smarter” these days. There’s been a whole host of technological developments that has made driving easier as well as safer than ever before. But until recently, such tech was only found in expensive luxury cars. But Ford was one of the first mainstream brands to start offering electronic driving aids and safety features in affordable cars such as the Ford Fusion.

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