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Dubai International Motor Show 2017: Photo coverage

Dubai International Motor Show 2017: Photo coverage

The Dubai International Motor Show is in full swing for 2017, being the venue for various regional launches as usual, but also joining the big leagues by hosting the global debut of at least three all-new 2018 models, namely the Infiniti QX80, the Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 and the Alfa Romeo Stelvio QV. There was also the “5000 hp” Devel Sixteen returning in a closer-to-production form as well as local specials such as the GMC Sierra Desert Fox and the MSO-fettled McLaren 720S. Regional debuts were numerous, including the Toyota Camry Hybrid, Nissan Leaf, Genesis G70, GMC Terrain, Chevrolet Tahoe RST,

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First drive: 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk in Las Vegas USA

First drive: 2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk in Las Vegas USA

Jeep is synonymous with off-roading, and nothing epitomised that more than their Trailhawk-branded range of vehicles, which came with more offroad equipment than regular versions of the Renegade, the Compass and the Grand Cherokee. We found all three Trailhawk models to be impressive both on and off the road. Yet there was a lot of noise being made to build a Hellcat version of the Grand Cherokee SRT, offroad abilities be damned. So they did. And it gave birth to a new badge — Trackhawk. And we got to try out for a few minutes at a racetrack in the United States.

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SEMA Las Vegas 2017: Photo coverage

SEMA Las Vegas 2017: Photo coverage

On invitation from Jeep, we had the opportunity to check out what is quite possibly the largest annual aftermarket-equipment trade show in the world, where even a few major manufacturers such as Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles, Toyota, Honda, Ford, Hyundai and Chevrolet make an appearance with modified cars, aside from hundreds of privately-owned tuner shops and suppliers.

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Dubai vehicle number-plate design change for 2018

Dubai vehicle number-plate design change for 2018

All existing vehicle number plates in Dubai will be replaced yet again by new plates from February 2018, featuring a new design with double lettering, according to the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA).

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