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Geneva Motor Show 2013


— Automotive

Wiesmann's new M-powered Clubsport

Celebrating 25 years of hand-built boutique Morgan/Lotus-esque styled vehicles, Wiesmann is one of those rare auto-design houses that incorporates and melds old-school design techniques with current day performance and handling bits. Rarely seen in North America, Wiesmann rides are considered an exotic performance treat for but a special few rich of wallet type individuals. The company's latest offering – the new BMW M-powered Clubsport – makes one of the world’s hottest boutique rides even more appealing. Read More
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Porsche's bitey GT3 receives a complete track makeover for 2014

What’s red and German and goes 200 mph … a Bavarian frog in a blender. The other more legitimate side to that joke is Porsche’s new 2014 track thumper, the GT3 (geeteethree), which recently premiered at the Geneva Auto Show. The new fifth generation GT3 is tagged as a complete makeover from previous generations. New chassis, powerplant, fuel delivery system, gearbox and body fill out the grocery list of track star upgrades in the 2014. Here's a closer look. Read More
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Zalando concept car spots fashions, transforms into changing room

The Geneva Motor show isn't just about supercars. There’s also room for a bit of lateral thinking. Online fashion retailer Zalando may seem an unusual participant in the show, but the company’s Zalando fashion car concept aims at merging motoring and shopping for clothes. The concept uses an iPad augmented reality app to spot, identify, order, and pick up fashions worn by passing pedestrians, and the car even morphs into a changing room to try on the items. Read More
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Launch Edition Alfa Romeo 4C arrives in Geneva

For two years, the Alfa Romeo 4C has been one of the great teases of the auto industry. A lusciously Italian ultralight sports coupe rumored to be as affordable as a Porsche Cayman, the 4C has shown all kinds of potential since showing up as a concept at the 2011 Geneva auto show. Now it's officially here. The stylish coupe, which will mark Alfa's return to the U.S. market, is priced and ready to for production lines. Read More
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