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Porsche 911 (997) Targa

Porsches new 911 Targa is about to arrive, but for now it will only be offered as a four wheel drive version.
The Targa is back with the release of the new 911 Targa 4 (from about 70,000) and its faster sibling the 911 Targa 4S (at a little over 77,000).
For now, it is understood that there are no plans to release a rear wheel drive version of the 997 Targa, though previous incarnations of the 911 did include such vehicles.
The car si said to feature a new twin ply glass roof which can be operated at any speed, and which is designed to minimise wind intrusion into the vehicle and noise.
Cleverly, the glass roof slides into rear screen which also operates as a hatchback providing great access to the car's rear storage space. Like the other 997 series 911s the car looks fantastic.

Other Information

New Mini

A new Mini Cooper S will be seen by the public for the first time at the Paris Motor show in September 2006.

Ford Ka

Ford's new Ka is due to arrive in the UK in 2008, and early indications are that it will be a popular new release.

Toyota can read your mind

Toyota are said to be developing mind reading devices for inclusion in future models of their cars, and these will be used to adapt your car's settings according to how you are feeling.
But don't expect to your Celica, MR2, Avensis or Corolla adjusting itself to your mood any time soon.

Hyundai Coupe Facelift

Hyundai have facelifted their popular Coupe once again, and it looks good.
The 'Korean Ferrari' has changed shape several times in its life and not always to the customer's liking. However, this latest revision, which will be on sale towards the end of 2006 looks great; the lines are leaner and meaner with a relatively agressive look from the front.

Audi S3

Yet another peformance car built on the Golf platform will be available from early 2007 in the shape of the incredible Audi S3.

Lotus Elise Electric & Mazda RX-8 Hydrogen SE

A Californian Company (Tesla Motors) have developed a 100% electric version of the Lotus Elise with input from the Norfolk company. And before sports car enthusiasts switch off, thinking that electric cars are slow and boring, the new car is claimed to have a 0-60 time of about 4 seconds!

Ralliart Mitsubushi Lancer Evo IX FQ-360

UK Performance specialists Ralliart have released a 366bhp variant of the current Mitsubushi Lancer Evo.

VW Polo Blue Motion

VW have stepped up the ante in the value for money stakes with their Blue Motion Polo; the new model is capable of over 72mpg and has a C02 rating of 103g/Km.


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