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Ahead of the actual reveal in November, Land Rover is giving Londoners an early look at the Range Rover Evoque Convertible by parking six wireframe versions outside posh shops in the city.


Two Mercedes drivers in the UK refused to give way in a one-lane tunnel, causing a frustrating traffic jam for everyone else on the road.


A man riding a train in London was arrested for using an outlet onboard to charge his iPhone.


A strike has decimated the London Underground, a service used by some 4 million people each day. The result? 833 miles of traffic jams, according to TomTom.


Uber is on the hook for yet another unpleasant incident, after a London driver threatened to slit the throat of a user who canceled their ride.


The inaugural FIA Formula E Championship has crowned its first electric racing champions at the end of a double-header race weekend at Battersea Park in London.


Jaime Alguersuari fainted after the last Formula E race in Moscow, prompting the FIA to suspend him pending medical checks and Virgin Racing to replace him with former GP2 champ Fabio Leimer.


The upcoming season-closing double-header in London will see two new drivers joining the Formula E grid, experienced racers both who have already tested the electric racer.


The Race of Champions is leaving Barbados to return to London, where the year-end event will be held at the retrofitted stadium that was originally built for the Olympics in 2012.


Should Car2go Watch Out?

Ford is launching its own carsharing service in London called GoDrive to test out new ideas in the industry. It mixes a fleet of Ford Focus Electric and Fiesta 1.0 EcoBoost vehicles, and the service allows people to take one-day drives with guaranteed parking at the end.


New Taxis Are Due By The End Of 2017

The London Taxi Company is getting a major investment from its owner Geely. At a new factory in the UK, the company will build a plug-in hybrid cab to go on sale in 2017.


Volvo has partnered with a UK advertising agency and the company Albedo 100 to create LifePaint. It's a reflective spray designed for bicyclists that makes them shine when hit with light at night. The company is handing out 2,000 cans in hopes of keeping cyclists safe.


Most automakers undertake a bit of a high-wire act to launch a pivotal new product, but to introduce the new XF, Jaguar staged an actual one... and set a new world record in the process.


Three years since it showcased the concept, Land Rover has confirmed that it is proceeding with plans to build the Range Rover Evoque Convertible. And to prove how serious it is, it drove a prototype through a tunnel.


The charity Greenpower Education Trust is looking for 10 local schools to build electric racecars to compete as a support race for the final Formula E rounds of the inaugural season there in June. The students will race around the same Battersea Park circuit as the faster vehicles.


British artist Alex Chinneck hangs a Vauxhall Corsa upside down and fifteen feet in the air on a 50-foot curved ribbon of tarmac as an artistic installation in London.


The inaugural FIA Formula E Championship will end with two races held back to back around Battersea Park on the south bank of the River Thames in London.


Pavegen Tiles Would Even Generate Electricity From Walkers

The design firm Gensler won an award for its proposal called the Underline to convert unused rail tunnels underneath London into routes for pedestrians and cyclists. The pathways would generate some of their own electricity from special tiles that collect the kinetic energy from people walking on them.


James May is getting a chance to prove his love for the mechanical nature of the automobile by curating an exhibit for the London Classic Auto Show. Called The Cars That Changed The World, he is displaying 13 vehicles that illustrate the motorization of the world over the last century. They aren't all the obvious choices, either. One group is composed of the misunderstood oddballs of auto history that May wants to give more recognition.


Paramount Pictures has been working for two years on plans to open a theme park about 45 minutes outside of London, called, would you believe, Paramount London. The corporate entity behind the project, London Resort Company Holdings, has signed a deal with BBC Worldwide that will allow the park to incorporate "famous BBC programs and characters." That means parkgoers might be able to enjoy a Star Trek adventure alongside one from Sherlock and Dr. Who with their Jurassic World dinosaurs.


It seems that reports of Ferrari's relocation to London have been somewhat exaggerated. The past few days have seen more than a few stories on the legendary Italian brand's decision to move its tax base out of Italy, and now Fiat Chrysler is speaking out against the scuttlebutt.

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