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A 30-foot tall fiberglass statue of The Stig, built over the course of two months in England, is now traveling by truck to Poland to mark the launch of Top Gear's new home, BBC Brit.

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Porsche may be getting rid of the V8 diesel option for the Cayenne SUV because upgrading to comply with European emissions standards is pricey.

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The List Tours Italy In A Ferrari FF And Visits Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari

Jessi and Patrick travel to Italy to visit the literal and figurative birthplace of Ferrari, one of the world's most storied automakers. The duo tours the Italian countryside in an all-wheel-drive Ferrari FF, making stops at Museo Ferrari in Maranello and Museo Casa Enzo Ferrari in the founder's hometown of Modena.

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Ford's new video teaser for the upcoming Focus RS shows some of the test cars doing some big slides in the wet and dry. The clip also announces that the Blue Oval's latest hot hatch is being unveiled on February 3.

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After the Swiss National Bank suddenly changed its foreign exchange policy, Daimler is adjusting its prices in Switzerland by 18 percent, while Peugeot SA slashes a thousand francs off its prices.

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The Ram ProMaster (née Fiat Ducato) isn't the only Italian work van out there: Iveco has now been spotted testing a four-wheel-drive version of its Daily chassis cab in the snow.

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European workers who need to get small packages through narrow streets may want to check out the new Opel Corsavan, the commercial version of GM's recently updated Euro-market hatchback, introduced at the 2015 Brussels Motor Show in Belgium.

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A new McLaren's teaser video for the track-only P1 GTR confirms that this even-more hardcore hypercar will debut at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show in March. In concept form, it benefited from a tuned version of the 3.8-liter twin-turbo V8 with 986 horsepower and ton of other modifications to make it stick like glue to circuits all over the world.

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Renault turns its Twizy into an urban delivery vehicle for Parisian pilot program with the addition of a trailer, subtraction of passenger seating.

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The BMW 1 Series hatchback might not be for sale in the US, but European buyers get to see a whole new look for the model later this year. The changes are modest at the front, with redesigned headlights being the most prominent tweak, but they help clean up the nose nicely. At the rear, the redesign is much more obvious and gives the hatch wraparound taillights and a new lower apron. A few engine and interior tweaks also complement the aesthetic changes.

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Honda plans to release the next-gen Civic Type R some time in 2015, but until then the automaker continues to test it. The latest battery of evaluations is cold weather testing in Sweden. That meant the future hot hatch got to put on some camo and went to play in the snow. Our spies caught it at work, though.

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Tesla's global sales chief Jerome Guillen talks about the biggest hurdles to becoming "a key player in sustainable transportation" on The Continent. In short,

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Honda is offering a predictive cruise control system on the Exectuve Grade CR-V in Europe starting this year. Advancing the capabilities of the present adaptive cruise control, the Intelligent Adaptive Cruise Control (i-ACC) will be able to foresee and automatically react to other vehicles cutting in ahead of you up to five seconds ahead of it happening.

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Imagine getting a chance to see what motorsports was really like before World War II. The Benjafield's 24-hour pre-war enduro held at the Portimao Circuit in Portugal was probably one of the best chances in recent memory to do so.

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PSA Peugeot Citroen will be departing Paris in favor of the cities more affordable suburbs, in a bid to cut costs following its rescue at the hands of Dongfeng and the French government last year.

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An Italian bridge collapsed a mere 10 days after opening to traffic, leaving four people with minor injuries and government officials with plenty of questions.

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Ferrari collector Walter Hagmann ordered a Rosso Corsa example of the supercar for his wife Cornelia, but passed away slightly more than a year ago, before it could be delivered. The story is outlined in Ferrari's latest profile of LaFerrari buyers.

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German pricing for the 2015 Ford Mustang has leaked, revealing hefty premiums compared to the US market car, although easily undercutting competitive European coupes.

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276 horsepower, 0-62 in 6 seconds flat and 52 cubic feet of cargo space: that's what's in store for the European market at the Geneva Motor Show this year in the wagon form of Seat's Nürburgring-chomping hot hatch.

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Sweeping court order issued by Spanish judge forces Uber to stop operating its ride-booking service in Spain, and banks and telecom companies to stop supporting it.

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French revelers and scammers torched 940 vehicles over New Year's Eve. That's down by either 12 percent or 21 percent from last year, depending on which numbers you go with: the French Interior Ministry said there were 1,193 blazing bolides last year, other outlets say the number was 'just' 1,067.

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