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First drive: 2018 Ferrari Portofino in the UAE (video)

First drive: 2018 Ferrari Portofino in the UAE (video)

This is the brand new Ferrari Portofino, the carmaker’s new “entry-level” model, and one of the few cars in its (very high) price segment with a folding hard top. And unlike the previous California model, no one is going to claim that the Portofino is not a real Ferrari, because it looks suitably Ferrari-like whether the roof is up or down.

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We drove the Ferrari 812 Superfast at Dubai Autodrome (video)

We drove the Ferrari 812 Superfast at Dubai Autodrome (video)

The new Ferrari 812 Superfast is the fastest regular-production car to come out of Maranello. It is quick enough to keep up with the LaFerrari up to the 100 kph mark, and outright beat the Enzo. Our resident journosaur Gautam drove the Ferrari 812 Superfast at the global launch, so you can read about the car in detail. But while I and Arabic editor Tammam were not invited to the event in Italy, we did get to drive it at the Dubai Autodrome racetrack recently for a couple of laps. You can check out Tammam’s Arabic video review,

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We try out Honda Accord and Legend autonomous prototypes in Japan (video)

We try out Honda Accord and Legend autonomous prototypes in Japan (video)

After getting into the self-driving game a little late compared to several other mainstream carmakers, Honda plans to introduce cars with highly-automated driving capabilities in most driving situations by 2025. We tried out their latest autonomous prototypes during a trip to Honda’s R&D centre in Tochigi, Japan recently.

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lambo crushed taiwan

Illegally-imported Lamborghini Murcielago crushed in Taiwan (video)

Taiwan has some very strict laws that govern the trade of importing cars into the country. A person who owned a Lamborghini Murcielago LP-640 learned it the hard way. Taiwanese authorities decided that to send a message to the people, the best way was to destroy the illegally-imported Italian supercar publicly in front of cameras. When a YouTube channel, J.K Photography, uploaded the video, it sent not just the message, but much heartbreak as well.

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