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F40s marked the coveted Ferrari's 20th birthday at the Silverstone Classic in 2007

Ferrari F40 fans might wish to put the date July 22 in the calendar now, maybe even if you live somewhere a long way from Silverstone. The annual three-day Silverstone Classic is claimed to be the world's biggest classic motor racing festival. Held at the Silverstone F1 circuit in mid-July, the central focus of the massive festival is the historic racing which features the cream of motor racing drivers and cars from every era of motor sport. Whenever there's a significant automotive anniversary, such as the 50th anniversary of the E-type Jaguar, there's also a mass gathering of vehicles. This year the festival is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Ferrari F40 - already more than 50 of the original 1315 F40s produced have RSVP'd for the event, guaranteeing a world record.  Read More

The engine of the DS4R is a 1.6-litre turbo petrol unit producing 256bhp, which calculates... The DS4 Racing concept from Citroen promises much - a light stytlish 256 bhp turbocharged pocket rocket with a decade of WRC domination behind its design.  Read More

Range Rover Evoque Convertible Concept - ruggedized, practical sportscar Six months after the Evoque hit showrooms, Range Rover is to show an Evoque Convertible Concept at the Geneva Motor Show in March. No production plans have been announced, as the design is intended to gauge the market potential for a premium convertible four-seat SUV.  Read More

The Electrolux Design Lab competition is now in its 10th year Entries are now open for the 2012 Electrolux Design Lab competition. Now in its 10th year, the competition is open to current undergraduate industrial design students and 2011 graduates who are being asked to get busy around the home by designing "appliances that will provide a fuller sensory experience."  Read More

Design students from 18 countries are being called upon to enter the 2012 James Dyson Awar... Develop a problem solving invention. That's the straight-to-the-point brief for the 2012 James Dyson Award which is now calling on entries from design students around the world. Entries close on August 2, with the international winner to be announced on November 8.  Read More

Emperor 1510 workstation

We were blown way by the outrageous design and outrageous price of the Emperor Workstation when it first surfaced back in 2009. Since then a model that incorporates many of the same features while being somewhat closer to the means of mere mortals has come on the market - the Emperor 1510.  Read More

The Easy Access door system uses central body pillars integrated into the sliding rear doo... Ford's decision to launch its new B-MAX at Mobile World Congress indicates just how important mobile communications have become in automotive buyer decisions. The B-MAX's very clever Easy Access Door System was thought to be the key selling feature, but Ford claims that the as yet undisclosed new technologies to debut on the vehicle will make it "among the most technologically advanced small cars on the market."  Read More

Ardoin Yacht Design's DEEP BLUE catamaran is designed to serve as a support and transport ... Luxury yacht designers Ardoin Yacht Design and U-Boat Worx submarines have collaborated on the perfect companion for U-Boat's one, two or three person submarines. The Deep Blue catamaran can carry the submarine and 12 passengers to your diving spot at up to 30 knot speeds, then hydraulically lower and raise the submarine for launching and docking.  Read More

The Mokka will feature Advanced Adaptive Forward Lighting and High Beam Assist, Lane Depar... General Motors is joining the sub-compact SUV B-segment with an all new car - the Mokka. While it's to be shown as the Opel/Vauxhall Mokka Concept at the Geneva Show in March, GM has announced that it will be available before the end of this year with a pick of three engines and a host of new technologies.  Read More

Cutaway of Suzuki Burgman Fuel Cell Scooter

Intelligent Energy and Suzuki are to establish a joint venture company, SMILE FC System Corporation (SMILE FC), for developing and manufacturing fuel cell systems. Suzuki has already been working with Intelligent Energy for six years in the development and testing of the CrosscageFuel Cell motorcycle and Burgman Fuel Cell Maxiscooter, the latter already being approved for European roads. An extensive display of the two-wheeled FC technology in cutaway form was one of the highlights of December's 2011 Tokyo Motor Show. The press release states that the JV will produce at least one car and one motorcycle.  Read More

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