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Renault's Alpine A110 sports car debuts

Renault’s Alpine A110 sports car debuts

About 27 years after sitting dormant, the French sports-car manufacturer Alpine (nowadays owned by Renault) made a comeback at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show by revealing the all-new Alpine A110 sportscar. Aimed squarely at the Porsche Cayman, the Alfa Romeo 4C and maybe the Nissan 370Z, the A110 hopes to be a combination of old-school driving thrill and modern motoring, with a dash of retro.

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Zenvo TS1 GT supercar gets 1163 hp

Zenvo TS1 GT supercar gets 1163 hp

Zenvo is a lesser-known supercar manufacturer from Denmark that made a mark in 2009 with their 1000 hp ST1 supercar. Zenvo managed to roll out just 11 ST1 cars till now. At the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, they revealed their revamped creation — the Zenvo TS1 GT. The new car celebrates the 10th anniversary of the company.

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First drive: 2017 Bugatti Chiron in Portugal

First drive: 2017 Bugatti Chiron in Portugal

This is a case where it would be all too easy to write a paint-by-numbers story. Every single measure and statistic relating to the Chiron is so plain absurd that the numerals in themselves make interesting reading. Fifteen hundred horsepower, 1600 Nm, 0-200 kph in 6.5 seconds, 420 kph (electronically limited for safety!), 16 cylinders, four turbochargers… and even that’s barely scratching the surface.

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2018 Opel Crossland X debuts, coming to UAE

2018 Opel Crossland X debuts, coming to UAE

Opel’s upcoming acquisition by the French company PSA (which owns Peugeot and Citroen) has given the ailing GM-owned German brand a new lease of life. However, Opel is already on a roll this year with new model releases, revealed a new addition to its lineup at the recent 2017 Geneva Motor Show. The Crossland X, as it’s called, will join the Mokka X in Opel’s crossover portfolio.

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