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Regus engages in £800m rent battle with landlords

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Regus has filed for insolvency meaning it would not pay lease guarantees worth almost £800m.
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Sir Philip Green puts Burton’s former HQ up for sale for £80m

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Sir Philip Green is looking for £80m for Burton’s former London headquarters.
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Glasgow University offers one-month rent refund

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The University of Glasgow has offered a one-month rent refund to all students living in its accommodation following a Covid-19 outbreak at the university.
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Limestone Capital announces new hospitality real estate fund

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Limestone Capital has launched a fund dedicated to capitalising on opportunities in the European real estate and hospitality sector.
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Puma Property Finance provides £24m loan for 105-home Kent development

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Puma Property Finance has completed a £24m loan to finance the development of 105 residential units in Kent.
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2021 Chevrolet Trax

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What kind of car is the 2021 Chevy Trax? What does it compare to? The 2021 Trax is a small five-door hatchback with available all-wheel drive. Its rivals include the Nissan Kicks, Honda HR-V, and Buick Encore. Is the 2021 Chevy Trax a good car? The 2021 Chevrolet Trax is short on thrills, design flair, and standout features, but it offers an...
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Savills raises £40m at September auction

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Savills’ latest online auction on 24 September raised £40m after selling 89 lots of a 126-lot catalogue of commercial and residential properties.
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2021 Hyundai Ioniq

The Car Connection News Feed - Sun, 09/27/2020 - 12:00
What kind of car is the 2021 Hyundai Ioniq? What does it compare to? The 2021 Hyundai Ioniq is a five-seat hatchback that comes in hybrid, plug-in hybrid, or electric versions. It’s an excellent value and one of the most efficient cars you can buy. As such, it’s a rival for the Toyota Prius, the Kia Niro, the Nissan Leaf, and the Chevy...
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2021 Hyundai Accent

The Car Connection News Feed - Sat, 09/26/2020 - 13:00
What kind of car is the 2021 Hyundai Accent? What does it compare to? The 2021 Hyundai Accent is a small four-door sedan that competes with other economy cars like the Kia Rio and Nissan Versa, and small hatchbacks like the Kia Seltos and Hyundai Venue. Is the 2021 Hyundai Accent a good car? We give the Accent a TCC Rating of 5.2 out of 10, mostly...
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Polestar Precept Show Car Gets the Green Light

Motortrend News Feed - Sat, 09/26/2020 - 05:30

It was supposed to be a flight of fancy. A vision quest, a commitment car, and a bunch of other adjectives, all of which led Polestar to go so far as to forgo calling its Precept show car a “concept.” Despite this, Polestar is now sending the well-received, low-slung electric sedan into production at a new plant in China. Expected name: Polestar 4.

Polestar, the electric performance vehicle brand jointly owned by Volvo Car Group and Zhejiang Geely Holding, is still fledging. The first offering in 2017, appropriately named the Polestar 1, was a plug-in hybrid grand touring coupe. But the brand’s mandate soon became all-electric cars only, and to that end, the 2021 Polestar 2 arrives as a battery-electric sedan that delivers 408 hp, 487-lb-ft of torque, and a targeted range of 275 miles. In short, it’s charged and ready to take on the Tesla Model 3 and Model Y.

There are plans to launch an SUV next. The Volvo XC90-sized electric crossover with a raked roof is due in 2022.

Polestar Precept: A New Design Language

In the interim, Polestar showed the Precept earlier this year to illustrate the brand’s future vision and design direction—staking a design claim that veers off from the current lineup that borrows heavily from Volvo. The Precept keeps some cues, such as a new take on the “Thor’s Hammer” headlight design, but the car’s lines are crisper and more dramatic than any typical Volvo.

When Polestar showed the Precept in February, the brand had no intention of making it, Polestar CEO Thomas Ingenlath told MotorTrend in an interview from China ahead of the 2020 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition. “It became such a damn nice piece,” he said with a laugh. “We felt it was a design that really can excite people.”

And it did; it drew positive reviews and public clamor. That led to a “heavy look at how the hell can we produce it?” Engineers based in the United Kingdom were tapped to see how to do so, borrowing some existing engineering from the overall Geely group to keep costs in check. In the end, the decision was made to add a Precept-like car to the Polestar lineup.

Polestar Precept: From Concept to Reality

Polestar already has a reputation for creating production cars that are “damn close” to the show car, Ingenlath pointed out. While some elements, such as the Precept’s coach doors, will be replaced by conventional ones in production, much of the show car’s design has a good chance of making it to the real world, the CEO and former Volvo designer said.

That includes the glass panoramic roof that extends deep into the rear of the vehicle. There is no rear window. Instead, the driver relies on cameras to project images onto a screen. Removing the rear glass allowed designers to move the shut line of the trunk up to give it the functionality of a hatch, which creates a huge trunk opening, Ingenlath said.

Polestar 4: Made in China

Polestar will produce the production Precept in a new greenfield plant in China—the specific city has not yet been disclosed. The brand realized using an existing plant would not suffice, as the advanced electric vehicle is far different than similarly sized Volvos. The car needs “more special effort,” Ingenlath said. Polestar wants to make the lower-volume electric car in a plant with a low carbon footprint, thus supporting the creation of an entirely new plant.

The Polestar 1 is made in Chengdu, China. Polestar 2 is assembled in Luqiao, China, in a plant that is owned by Geely and operated by Volvo and dedicated to making vehicles on Volvo’s compact CMA architecture. Ingenlath would not share if the Polestar 3 will be built in China or at the company’s United States plant near Charleston, South Carolina.

As far as timing is concerned, we expect to see the Polestar 4 arrive no earlier than 2023, as the Polestar 3, an electric SUV, is due to go on sale in 2022.

Polestar 4: The Most Logical Name

A name for the production Precept has not been formally discussed yet, but Ingenlath noted the show car’s name won’t see the light of day, as he would like to maintain the brand’s numerical naming scheme. He likes being able to create a new vehicle without being beholden to replacing an existing model. “I see the beauty in not fixing cars to names. It frees you. You can always be new and open if you don’t have to replace the one before.”

The Polestar 4 will be built on the new SPA2 vehicle architecture that underpins all but the smallest Volvos. It affords room for a large battery pack under the floor and electric motors at both axles. The new car will also tap into the automotive group’s tech and electronics to provide semi-autonomous driver-assist and other safety systems that are embedded within the “Smart Zone,” which replace the formal grille at the front.

Fishnet Carpets? The Precept’s Got It

The Precept also features an interesting mix of sustainable materials. There are lightweight flax-based composite parts inside and out. The seat coverings are 3D-knitted from recycled PET bottles, old fishing nets are woven into the carpets, and recycled cork is converted into a sort of vinyl that resides on the seats’ bolsters and headrests.

Polestar hopes to bring much of this sustainability to its production cars. Ingenlath shared that recycled plastic and natural fibers are due to find their way into Polestar’s cars’ cabins.

Will Polestar add more SUVs to its lineup, though? Ingenlath thinks the Polestar 3 will be an interesting addition to the segment. The Precept, and its production counterpart, is Polestar’s way of preaching the world cannot be just about SUVs. Automakers have to be creative “so we are not just looking at each other from SUVs,” he said. “Maybe create the next big thing.”

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2021 Audi Q5 Sportback First Look: Baby Got (Sport)Back

Motortrend News Feed - Sat, 09/26/2020 - 05:00

Audi adds a more rakish sibling to the Q5 model line for 2021. Dubbed the Q5 Sportback, the latest iteration of the brand’s compact crossover takes on the BMW X4 and Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe. 

Like its competition, the Q5 Sportback trades cargo space for style. Whereas today’s Q5 sports 23.1 cubic feet of space aft of its rear seatback, the Sportback offers just 18.0 cubes. That’s on par with the Bimmer and Merc, which provide 17.7 and 18.5 cubic feet of space with all seats in place. Fold the Sportback’s rear seats down and its cargo hold expands to 52.3 cubic feet, a sum that bests the X4’s and GLC’s and nearly matches that of the current Q5’s 53.1-cubic-foot space.

2021 Audi Q5 Sportback: Familiar Face

Predictably, the Q5 Sportback looks much like the 2021 Q5 from the window line down, adopting design cues like those of its squarer sibling. This includes fascias that integrate Audi’s latest styling elements, a more stylish headlight design, and new organic LED taillights with three different light signatures: one for entering the car, another for exiting, and a final iteration that’s tied into the car’s Dynamic drive mode.

Additionally, Audi offers the crossover in two different exterior trims: the standard Advanced setup and the sportier S Line configuration. S Line models boast more aggressive details to the grille, front fascia’s side intakes, and rear bumper.

2021 Audi Q5 Sportback: Power Sport(back)

Despite the Q5 Sportback’s sultry shape, its dynamics remain largely identical to that of the standard Q5. Both active dampers and an air suspension system are available options, the latter of which allows the driver to adjust the Sportback’s ride height by a total of 2.4 inches. Of this, 1.8 inches are dedicated to raising the ride height in order to improve the Sportback’s off-road capabilities. During high-speed driving, the Audi’s air suspension automatically drops the body 0.6 inch in order to lower the center of gravity and decrease drag. 

Power for the Q5 Sportbacks comes courtesy of a 261-hp turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four for motivation, which mates to a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. Audi also plans to offer a sportier SQ5 Sportback with standard adaptive dampers and a turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6 that pairs with an eight-speed automatic gearbox. Regardless of what’s underhood, every Q5 Sportback comes standard with all-wheel drive.

2021 Audi Q5 Sportback: Put It In the Back(seat)

Unsurprisingly, the Q5 Sportback cribs its dashboard design from the run-of-the-mill Q5, including its 10.1-inch touchscreen infotainment system with on-board navigation and available 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster. Rear-seat riders will note a small loss in headroom relative to the regular model. That said, an available adjustable rear bench with sliding seat bottoms and adjustable seatbacks allows those in the back to maximize the available space.

Other optional comfort and convenience items include a proximity key, a hands-free feature added to the standard power rear liftgate, a head-up display, and safety items such as adaptive cruise control and lane centering. Forward collision warning and automatic front braking come standard.

Look for the 2021 Audi Q5 Sportback to launch in the early part of 2021. Pricing remains under wraps, however, we expect the model to start at just north of $50,000.

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1997–2001 Honda CR-V: A Compact Crossover is Born

Motortrend News Feed - Fri, 09/25/2020 - 23:30

The Honda CR-V is so common today, its numbers so thick on the ground in most places, that you’ve probably never stopped to consider what the compact crossover’s name means—or that it means anything at all. As a standout member of a mostly drab segment, the Honda’s name could just be the same old alphanumeric mumbo-jumbo applied to any number of modern vehicles. But did you know that it actually means “Comfortable Runabout Vehicle”? The funky name reflects the newness of what the CR-V represented back in the mid-1990s: there literally wasn’t a term for what it was, so Honda made one up.

Among the first of a new kind of in-between vehicles (not quite a car, but not quite an SUV), the Honda, and others like it, would sometimes be called “soft-roaders” before eventually going by the “crossover” name. Whatever you call them, the CR-V was on the vanguard of a rapidly proliferating number of tall, car-based, wagon-like vehicles that Americans just can’t get enough of. The Honda CR-V’s blend of an endearingly SUV-like shape—right down to its little externally mounted spare tire bolted to the tailgate—carlike handling, and fuel economy helped establish the crossover formula (alongside the truly first-into-the-fray Toyota RAV4, which was introduced a few years earlier).

Now, the CR-V and other crossovers like it didn’t appear out of thin air; Japanese automakers had for years been toying with literal car-based, all-road vehicles such as the Civic 4WD Wagon, Subaru Justy, and Toyota Corolla All-Trac. Honda, like Toyota with the RAV4 and Subaru with the Forester, simply swapped an SUV-mimicking body atop fortified car mechanicals to create the CR-V.

When Was the CR-V Born?

Honda first debuted the CR-V back in 1995, but the brand wouldn’t send it to the U.S. until the 1997 model year. It is heavily based on the contemporary Civic, and the crossover sports a fully independent suspension and a flat interior floor. Honda’s stylists gave the CR-V a mini-SUV appearance, with an up-kicked front bumper that resembles a skid plate and a cute externally mounted spare tire hung on the swing-out tailgate. Weirdly, at least for the American market, the CR-V’s tailgate swings open to the right—toward the curb. As such, when owners need to walk around the open tailgate to reach the sidewalk. At least the tailgate glass opens separately, swinging up and out of the way for quick deposits of groceries or bags.

At first, only a single trim level was offered—the CR-V LX—but shortly after its first year on sale, the EX joined the lineup. The higher-end trim adds aluminum wheels and anti-lock brakes to the model. Every CR-V comes with a picnic table (no, really), that deploys from beneath the cargo floor. The rear seats also fold flat, and there is plenty of bin space throughout the interior.

Other cute details include a column shifter for the automatic transmission, a flimsy folding console between the two front seats, and taillights integrated into the rearmost roof pillars, leaving unadorned sheet metal between the bumper and the rear glass. For reasons unclear, Honda stuffed the majority of the CR-V’s secondary controls into a panel to the left of the steering wheel, including the door mirror controls, window switches for all four windows, and gauge-pod dimmer switch.

SUV Style, Car-Like Performance

In the late 1990s, most SUVs relied on truck-like body-on-frame underpinnings, making them heavy and ponderous on the highway. The CR-V, on the other hand, is more like a tall station wagon. As with other period Hondas, its body boasts a low shoulder line and a tall greenhouse, so there is plenty of glass to aid outward visibility. If not for its higher-than-a-Civic seating position, the CR-V feels almost exactly like a car from the driver’s perspective.

While not a car, neither is the CR-V an SUV in the traditional sense. Front-wheel drive is standard, and even Honda’s optional “Real Time” all-wheel-drive favors the front axle. When slippage is detected at the front wheels, the setup shifts engine torque to the rear axle—although not quite in the “Real Time” Honda branding suggested, but close. With 8.1 inches of ground clearance, the CR-V is certainly better suited to off-roading than a Civic, but its lack of low-range gearing or a lockable center diff meant it prefers the pavement to the unbeaten path.

Light as the CR-V is, it doesn’t need a great big engine to slog it around. Honda fitted every CR-V with the same 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine; initially, the motor produced a so-so 126 hp and came only with a four-speed automatic transmission. In 1999, however, that output was bumped up to 146 horses, and buyers could choose between a five-speed manual transmission or the four-speed auto. Acceleration with either transmission is leisurely compared to today’s CR-V and its ilk, but competitive at the time. Fuel economy was similarly impressive then, if not now; the original CR-V posted low-20-mpg efficiency.

No one thing gave the CR-V its magic appeal. It was the blend of all of its friendly attributes—from its useful and roomy interior to its carlike driving behavior to its affordability (around $20,000)—that earned it adherents. Sales quickly topped six figures in the U.S. Stir in Honda’s reputation for reliability, and it’s little wonder the CR-V gained enough longevity to help put the crossover formula on the map. Not only can you still buy a CR-V today (it is Honda’s best-seller in the U.S.), but nearly every SUV-ish thing on the road relies on the same basic format of car-like underpinnings with SUV-like looks. It’s called a crossover, but in 1997, it was the Comfortable Runabout Vehicle.

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2021 Ford Bronco: “Lightning Blue” Is Limited, Warthog/Raptor Getting 37-Inch Tires

Motortrend News Feed - Fri, 09/25/2020 - 22:45

Ford’s official Twitter account kicked out two significant revelations about the 2021 Bronco SUV today: First, it’ll offer a huge 37-inch tire option from the factory, and second, the available “Lightning Blue” paint color will be limited to Launch Edition models. Besides turning the spotlight back to the Bronco after its big reveal in July and before its on-sale date early next year, the tweets filled in some more pieces of the production 4×4’s puzzle for excited fans eager for more info.

Testing 37-inch hooves! Future weekends are about to get a lot better! #FordBronco pic.twitter.com/KVugNgCT5r

— Ford Motor Company (@Ford) September 25, 2020

Seriously, the Bronco’s Getting a 37-Inch Tire Option?

The tire-related Bronco tweet blares: “Testing 37-inch hooves!” alongside a picture of what appears to be a camouflaged prototype of the Raptor/Warthog high-performance version. Ford isn’t being very coy here, and anyone who knows off-roaders knows the company is referring to the outer diameter of the tires on a camouflaged Bronco shown in the tweet. When the Bronco debuted, we were promised that Launch Edition models and every Bronco equipped with the available Sasquatch hardcore off-road package would ride on 35-inch meats. We also knew that the Bronco’s spare tire carrier could hold bigger rubber, though we assumed that extra space was designed to ensure customers could upgrade to larger aftermarket tires.

But it now appears the 2021 Bronco will offer larger, 37-inch tires from the factory—although whether they’ll be limited to a beastlier off-road model such as the expected Raptor/Warthog or offered either as an option or via Ford Performance for other trims remains to be seen. For reference, the largest tire available from Jeep for the Wrangler measures 33 inches in diameter and comes with the Rubicon trim.

On a scale of 1 to ????, how good does the #FordBronco look in Lightning Blue?

Exclusively available to those who reserved a First Edition. pic.twitter.com/bDNIL7KnJB

— Ford Motor Company (@Ford) September 23, 2020

Lightning Strike!

In a separate Bronco-related tweet, Ford informed fans that the 2021 Bronco’s Lightning Blue paint option would be restricted to the Launch Edition trim. No word yet on whether any of the other planned ’21 Bronco paint colors are similarly limited in availability—Ford has yet to put up a consumer-facing online configurator for the new SUV, so specific feature and option offerings, restrictions, and combinations remain a mystery.

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GM issues stop-sale: 2020 Corvette, 2021 Trailblazer, Buick and Cadillac models recalled

The Car Connection News Feed - Fri, 09/25/2020 - 20:45
GM has ordered dealers to stop selling several new models, and it issued a recall for the same models already in owners' possession, for potential brake failure. A defect in the electronic brake boost system affects certain 2020 Chevrolet Corvette, 2021 Chevrolet Trailblazer, 2020-2021 Buick Encore GX, and 2020 Cadillac CT4, CT5, and XT4 vehicles...
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BMW to Pay $18 Million for Inflating Monthly Sales Numbers

Motortrend News Feed - Fri, 09/25/2020 - 19:01

BMW is in hot water for its sales reporting tactics. The Security and Exchange Commission entered into a settlement with the automaker. BMW will pay $18 million for inflating sales numbers in the U.S. from 2015 to 2019.

According to a release sent out by the SEC this week, BMW kept a reserve of unreported retail sales that it used to reach company targets, ignoring when the sales actually happened. The agency also says BMW paid dealers to erroneously label vehicles as loaners or demonstrators so they could count them as sold. BMW reported the misleading sales information while going on to raise $18 billion from investors in corporate bond offerings.

“Companies accessing U.S. markets to raise capital have an obligation to provide accurate information to investors,” said Stephanie Avakian, Director of the Division of Enforcement. “Through its repeated disclosure failures, BMW misled investors about its U.S. retail sales performance and customer demand for BMW vehicles in the U.S. market while raising capital in the U.S.”

BMW cooperated with the investigation but would not admit or deny the SEC’s findings, while agreeing to the settlement. BMW AG, BMW of North America, and BMW US Capital agreed to pay the joint penalty and to refrain from committing the same violations in the future.

Of course, BMW isn’t the only carmaker to get caught fudging sales numbers. Last year, FCA agreed to a fine of $40 million for inflating sales figures from 2012 to 2016. A few decades ago, Mitsubishi inflated monthly figures by filing false retail delivery records, reported Automotive News. In a practice called “burning an RDR,” vehicles on dealer lots would be erroneously reported as sold. Around the same time, Cadillac apologized to Lincoln for buffing up its sales numbers to maintain its lead in the luxury game, as the Los Angeles Times reported.

Source: SEC via the Associated Press

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Cost of office occupation falls for second time since financial crisis

Property Week News Feed - Fri, 09/25/2020 - 18:15
The average financial cost of occupying an office in the UK has fallen for only the second time since records began, a leading agency survey reveals.
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The One-Off Ferrari Omologata Is a Very Special 812 Superfast

Motortrend News Feed - Fri, 09/25/2020 - 17:21

Buying a new Ferrari is obviously a special experience, but there are always well-heeled folks who think even ticking all the option boxes or selecting a unique paint color aren’t enough to set their car apart from other buyers’. Because of this, bespoke bodywork has become a big business, albeit not in terms of volume but rather money and prestige. Take the recently unveiled and very outrageous Aston Martin Victor, which is very much in this vein, as well as 10 V-12 Ferraris since 2009—a roster that now includes this one-of-one, 812 Superfast–based Ferrari Omologata custom creation.

Of course, for decades, custom bodywork was the norm rather than the exception for rarified European sports and luxury cars, and several coachbuilding outfits might body the same mechanicals—for example, you could have your early 1950s Ferrari 212 Inter bodied by Touring, Ghia, Vignale, Ghia-Aigle, or Pininfarina. But what was relatively commonplace then is nearly unthinkable today given the need for the whole vehicle to work as a system optimized to meet safety standards, aero targets, and so forth.

And this kind of coachwork is even rarer, more expensive, and more customized than ever before. It took two years for Ferrari to go from initial commission to final car, and the Modenese company says the entire exterior is all new save the windshield and headlamps. The customer sought a timeless design that also recalled the company’s racing heritage—the Omologata’s racing stripes and giant meatballs on the hood and doors definitely telegraph that. More important, the Omologata smoothes and settles down the frenetic aesthetic of the 812 Superfast, which is aggressive but perhaps too busy to be considered truly beautiful. The lines of the Omologata—Italian for “homologated,” as a nod to racing-approved road cars—accentuate the car’s overall length and proportions and especially its organic curves, rather than chopping it up visually. If a more classically beautiful Ferrari was the goal, the Omologata succeeds.

While Ferrari says little to nothing about the mechanicals, the basic 812 packs a 6.5-liter V-12 that makes 789 horsepower and 530 lb-ft of torque—and you know the Omologata isn’t going to be any weaker. As such, the new owner can expect their car to hit 60 mph in something like 2.8 seconds, and to cover the quarter-mile in a scorching 10.4 seconds at 139 mph. And, of course, the Omologata will pack all of the other amazing chassis technology of the 812 Superfast.

Inside, special touches include electric blue accents on the seats and a crinkle-paint finish on some interior components that recalls some classic racing Ferraris’ cam covers. The rest is black—surprisingly restrained considering the combination of blank slate and massive customization fee generally promote questionable frivolity. Instead, the Omologata is a coherent, if individualistic, reimagining of the 812 Superfast, and its owner now has a tasteful and classy—and, oh yes, hugely capable—Ferrari for the ages.

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Considering the 2021 Ford Ranger STX Special Edition? Get the XLT

The Car Connection News Feed - Fri, 09/25/2020 - 16:45
The 2021 Ford Ranger mid-size pickup truck now comes with another available package for the base XL model. It's called the STX Special Edition package and Ford announced it this week. That's not to be confused with the STX Appearance package, or maybe it is. The STX Special Edition costs $995, but it requires the STX Appearance package, which also...
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Jeep Grand Wagoneer walkaround, 2022 Infiniti QX60 preview, Canoo bares all: What's New @ The Car Connection

The Car Connection News Feed - Fri, 09/25/2020 - 16:40
5 things to know about the Jeep Grand Wagoneer concept The Jeep Grand Wagoneer full-size SUV is an eyeful. In our first real-life walkaround, removed from the sheen of the virtual world, the opulent interior of the new flagship luxury SUV impressed more than the cinder block exterior disappointed. Considering the 2021 Ford Ranger STX Special...
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Plans revealed for new Poole industrial scheme

Property Week News Feed - Fri, 09/25/2020 - 16:32
WH White has unveiled plans for a new industrial scheme in Poole.
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