Rocket Space to quit London flex office market

Property Week News Feed - Thu, 11/28/2019 - 00:00
Rocket Space has become the latest flexible workspace operator to retreat from the crowded London market, with plans to close its Angel office at the end of the year.
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Private investor pays M&G £27m for insurance firm’s Reigate HQ

Property Week News Feed - Thu, 11/28/2019 - 00:00
M&G has sold an office building in Reigate to a private investor for around £27m.
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Allsop and Acuitus announce details of last auctions of 2019

Property Week News Feed - Thu, 11/28/2019 - 00:00
Most expensive lot at Allsop sale is a Travelodge, while Acuitus will offer a four-storey building in Kentish Town
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We Found (and Made) the Best Tesla Cybertruck Memes on the Internet

Motortrend News Feed - Wed, 11/27/2019 - 20:58

To say that the Tesla Cybertruck generated some strong reactions would be an understatement. No sooner had Team Elon’s latest creation rolled on stage than the internet started to break like a pair of bulletproof windows. Impressions ranged from shock, disgust, intrigue, and all of the above, cutting to the core of enthusiasts’ emotions as they tried to make sense of this bizarre vehicle.

As the presentation wrapped and we hopped in Cybertruck to take our first ride, meme lords everywhere got to work. In the hours and days that followed, a flood of loltastic content hit the interwebs. While not every Cybertruck meme was exactly positive, it seems memification indicates something’s impact on society. In that regard, we have to imagine Meme Master Musk scrolled through his Twitter timeline with glee, relishing the focus Cybertruck brought to his brand. We did our fair share of scrolling (and creating) ourselves—enjoy this roundup of the funniest Cybertruck memes we could find. 

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Every time ????‍♂️

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Remember the renders? @eastwoodco remembers the renders.

am alright guys it was supposed to break like that ???????? #Cybertruck

— akshay (@Akshayjoshy6) November 22, 2019

Yeah, @Akshayjoshy6, it was totally supposed to break like that.

That moment when you realize you forgot to call Safelite (5/7)

— Safelite AutoGlass® (@safelite) November 22, 2019

Pullin' up to Safelite like (3/7)

— Safelite AutoGlass® (@safelite) November 22, 2019

Fortunately, @safelite was there to help. Guess the mobile glass repair guys offer ballistic-grade glazings now.

Does it allow attachments? Either way I want one!

— ƿ૯ωძɿ૯ƿɿ૯ (@pewdiepie) November 22, 2019

Streamer extraordinaire @pewdiepie came through with a succinct comparison between Cybertruck and one of the best video game cars ever rendered. In fact, Elon himself quickly chimed in, confirming that the Halo Warthog was a source of inspiration for Cybertruck.

More video game comparisons came from Reddit. u/indianacrichton dropped this banger in the r/memes sub. Cybertruck is a glimpse into the future, or not.

u/ajallee is spot on with this one. Cybertruck should combine stainless steel sports car performance with pickup truck utility.

u/YashSSJB1 shared the first spy shot of Tesla’s next product, the Cyber School Bus.

The moment it all began, courtesy of u/hasbs.


— (@scitechuniverse) November 23, 2019

@scitechuniverse implied the awkwardness of Cybertruck’s design in comparison to Tesla’s earlier products. The struggle is real.

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Back in 1982, Blade Runner director Ridley Scott envisioned what the world would be. The sci-fi cult classic starring Harrison Ford was set in November 2019 — depicting flying cars, unpredictable climate, futuristic cities, and much more. ⁠⠀ ⁠⠀ So we wondered: how does the film's future look against today's reality? Swipe to find out.

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Elon was always clear that Cybertruck was inspired by the 1982 film Blade Runner, which was set in November 2019. True to form, that’s exactly when Cybertruck debuted. @highsnobiety captured the Tesla’s similarity to one of the movie’s vehicles.

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The official Lego Facebook page whipped up their super-simple Cybertruck build kit…

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Tesla CyberTruck – Media Launch 11-21-2019 .. Well, that was really something. Yesterday's Tesla Cybertruck launch was certainly eye opening. I, like many, was wondering when Elon Musk was going to say "Just kidding. It actually looks like this…."; .. But he didn't. .. The specification though, was very impressive. From the corrosion resistant stainless steel bodywork, high-strength windows (despite the unexpected failure when designer Franz von Holzhausen threw the ball at the side windows), and air suspensions which could raise and lower the truck. .. Tesla's raison d'être though, is vehicle electrification. Here Musk's vision of an emissions-free world including light-duty trucks led to the creation of the Cybertruck. .. To this end, the Cybertruck includes a large battery, providing a vehicle range between 250 miles and 500 miles, depending on the specification. One clear transformation in electric vehicles is startling performance, and the Cybertruck impresses with a 0-60 mph time of 2.9 sec in the highest spec tri-motor model. Even base model performance equals the quickest internal combustion pickup models from competitors. .. However, all this was somewhat overshadowed by what everybody watching the launch could see – a vehicle which looked unlike any pickup you had ever seen before, save for perhaps in a sci-fi film set in the future. It was obvious that even the crowd, many of whom were Tesla employees, were clearly shocked at what they saw. .. And perhaps this was the point. The Cybertruck is a compelling vision of what a pickup from the future could be. That future is coming sooner than many would believe, thanks to Tesla and the many projects the company has worked on to deliver in the past decade or so. .. Still, I was waiting for Elon to roll out the real truck. .. [P.S. I know it is very early in the piece to admit this, but the more I look at it the more it grows on me.] .. #tesla #cybertruck #pickup #truck #bev #electric #elonmusk #franzvonholzhausen #lego #legotesla #teslatruck #legocar #lego__911 #moc #model #miniland #auto #car #afol #instalego #povray #render #launch

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But @lego__911 took things way, way further with this brick-based Cybertruck rendition—complete with Tesla’s E-ATV.

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@teslamotors’s #Cybertruck finally revealed! Thoughts?? ???????????????? #teslatruck #teslacybertruck

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MotorTrend staffers found time in their busy, stressful schedules to whip up some Cybertruck memes too. Pro shooter @robintrajano shared this picture from his first Cybertruck photo session.

Senior editor @alexanderstoklosa suggested Cybertruck’s irreverent, zero-volts-given design with this meme cat remix. Same energy.

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GM CEO Mary Barra: Here’s Why We’re Suing FCA for Racketeering

Motortrend News Feed - Wed, 11/27/2019 - 18:56

General Motors CEO Mary Barra says she is OK with the prospect of FCA owning GM’s former Opel and Vauxhall brands but she is not OK with the idea that fraudulent bargaining by FCA and the UAW resulted in higher labor costs over many years.

The two positions show how complicated, competitive, and incestuous the auto industry is.

GM has filed a federal racketeering lawsuit that accuses FCA of years of bribery and corruption and that payoffs to the UAW gave Fiat Chrysler a competitive advantage in terms of labor contracts dating back to 2009. Both FCA and the UAW have denounced the allegations and say past negotiations and agreements were not compromised. Personnel from both FCA and the union implicated in payoffs to UAW leaders have been charged.

“It was a decision that was carefully made,” Barra said of the lawsuit in an exclusive interview with MotorTrend. It goes to her long-standing stance: “Give General Motors a level playing field and we’ll compete and we’ll win. When we find out actions were taken that caused that not to happen, we felt in the best interest of all of our stakeholders, our employees, our dealers, our suppliers and our shareholders, we felt that we had a responsibility to take action.”

Unions use a tactic called pattern bargaining where a general agreement is reached with one of the three Detroit-based automakers that the other two are expected to match. The basic agreement is then tweaked to the individual companies. Barra says facts GM has gathered show the historic manipulation of the last three contracts is more than pattern bargaining differences.

“There’s a difference between pattern bargaining and then pattern bargaining that’s based on briberies and corruption,” adds GM spokesman Tony Cervone. GM’s case intends to show fraudulent representation resulted in advantageous agreements.

The lawsuit comes as FCA is in negotiations for a new four-year agreement. And it also lands with a thud as FCA finalizes a $50 billion deal to merge with PSA Group of Europe to create what would be the fourth-largest automaker in the world.

The irony of the merger is that in 2017, GM sold its Opel and Vauxhall brands in Europe to PSA which has turned them from money losers into profitable operations. With the merger, technically FCA would own GM’s former brands.

Barra stands by the decision to sell Opel and Vauxhall. “We still think the basic premise of the Opel PSA transaction was a win, win, win,” she said. “It was great for Opel because combining with PSA secured their future. For PSA it was great because it made them the number two in Europe. And for General Motors, we have benefited from the success of that deal and the cost savings that we identified. So I think on all three fronts it was the right decision and continue to believe it was and it is.”

No regrets over the strange turn of events. “It’s a dynamic world and you have to stay ready for change,” says the pragmatic CEO.

GM has all but exited Europe—it still sells Camaro and Corvette—and has pulled out of other regions such as India and Russia. The automaker has also pared the car lineup by dropping the Chevrolet Volt, Cruze, and Impala. Still, Barra sees GM as a full-line, global automaker and a good steward of shareholder capital with the nimbleness to invest strategically.

“Every place has to earn their right to exist, every segment has to earn their right to exist,” she says bluntly. Barra has made tough decisions over the years to strengthen the company and been rewarded with the three most profitable years since bankruptcy in 2009. This puts GM in a position to seize opportunities in an industry under transformation as it pivots to electric and autonomous vehicles.

“So I very much consider General Motors to be a global company,” Barra says. “And we’ll continue to strengthen the company.”

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2019 Honda Pilot vs. 2020 Hyundai Palisade: Compare Crossovers

The Car Connection News Feed - Wed, 11/27/2019 - 17:00
Family shoppers would do well to consider the Hyundai Palisade and Honda Pilot crossovers when it’s time for a new car. Both are three-row crossovers from well-established automakers. While the Pilot has been available for years, the Palisade may be a new name unfamiliar to new shoppers. The Palisade follows roughly the same formula as...
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Octopus Real Estate in £19.25m hotel refinancing

Property Week News Feed - Wed, 11/27/2019 - 16:03
Octopus Real Estate has completed a £19.25m refinancing of a Hampton by Hilton hotel located in the home counties.
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2020 Hyundai Palisade

The Car Connection News Feed - Wed, 11/27/2019 - 16:01
Forget the cramped wagons and box vans with church-pew seats plowing from one family vacation to the next. Family vehicles today like the 2020 Hyundai Palisade crossovers are plush rides with space for up to eight and nearly as many USB ports to charge phones for nonstop distraction. With the Palisade, Hyundai has its biggest vehicle to date and...
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New 2021 cars, Aston Martin Valkyrie flies, Lincoln partners up for electric SUV: What's New @ The Car Connection

The Car Connection News Feed - Wed, 11/27/2019 - 16:00
Coming for 2021: Small crossovers and EVs star at LA Auto Show A mid-engine American supercar and an electric flourish from Germany may have led the headlines, but the 2019 LA Auto Show delivered more crossovers than a fall TV schedule. 2019 Toyota RAV4 vs. 2020 Subaru Outback: Compare Crossovers The mega-popular crossovers attract outdoorsy...
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Refreshed 2020 Nissan Rogue Sport starts at $24,335, adds active safety features

The Car Connection News Feed - Wed, 11/27/2019 - 13:31
The 2020 Nissan Rogue Sport will cost $24,335 to start—a $900 increase over last year's base version—the automaker announced Tuesday. The reason for the price increase is a standard suite of active safety features that's now included on every model, which wasn't included last year. For 2020, the Rogue Sport will be offered in S, SV...
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Major retailers open at Caledonia Park

Property Week News Feed - Wed, 11/27/2019 - 13:18
Three major retailers have committed to RPMI Railpen’s recently rebranded Caledonia Park designer outlet in Gretna, Scotland.
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Edinburgh sees large Grade A office building come to market

Property Week News Feed - Wed, 11/27/2019 - 13:13
Following an extensive refurbishment, a large Grade A office in Edinburgh is looking for a new occupier.
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Subaru Should Totally Build This Crosstrek STI

Motortrend News Feed - Wed, 11/27/2019 - 13:00

We won’t try to hide that we’re big fans of the Subaru Crosstrek. After all, three of our editors chose the Crosstrek when the staff chose what SUV they would buy.

That being said, the Crosstrek’s 152-hp flat-four limits it to a 9.0-second 0–60 mph time. After a year in our long-term Crosstrek, one of our biggest takeaways was that it needed more power. Subaru North America president Tom Doll previously said a higher-performance variant was possible, but likely wouldn’t happen until sales of the standard Crosstrek begin to slow. We can’t wait that long, so we commissioned these Crosstrek STI renderings to show Subie fans, and Subaru itself, what could be.

The current generation of Subaru’s rally-bred WRX STI has only been available as a sedan, though previous generations have been offered with hatchback and wagon body styles. It’s hard to imagine there not being a market for an STI with more cargo capacity, and the Crosstrek seems like the perfect platform on which to build it.

A standard Crosstrek boasts an impressive 8.7 inches of ground clearance which, in my eyes, makes it a much better fit for Subaru’s rally-inspired sport compacts than any standard three-box sedan. We found the regular Crosstrek plenty capable off-road but imagine how much more fun it could be with double the horsepower.

If Subaru were to make a Crosstrek STI, it would likely be powered by one of the automaker’s larger-displacement turbocharged flat-four engines. The current WRX STI makes 310 hp from a 2.5-liter turbocharged flat-four, though the next round of STIs could receive an overboosted version of the new 2.4-liter turbo flat-four that debuted in the Ascent three-row SUV and can now be had in the Legacy and Outback XT models.

The last STI we tested hit 60 mph in 5.7 seconds—an advantage of more than 3 seconds compared to a standard Crosstrek. Subaru, please don’t make us beg. You know a Crosstrek STI would be amazing.

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2020 Acura ILX

The Car Connection News Feed - Wed, 11/27/2019 - 13:00
The 2020 Acura ILX compact sedan is not a full-blown luxury car, but it brings enough niceties to the table that it makes a compelling case as an entry-level premium product worthy of consideration. For 2020, the ILX continues on more or less unchanged, less some minor feature adjustments. Under the skin, it’s still based on the...
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Colony Capital boss with links to Trump facing calls to resign

Property Week News Feed - Wed, 11/27/2019 - 12:53
A US real estate investment chief executive with links to Donald Trump is facing an attempt to unseat him over his “ineffective” leadership.
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13 Tesla Cybertruck Features You Probably Missed While Being Distracted By Its Wild Looks

Motortrend News Feed - Wed, 11/27/2019 - 12:05

Tesla’s intergalactically anticipated Cybertruck has finally poked its pointy beak through the cover it’s been hiding under, and it’s a pickup that looks like no other. In fact, the Tesla truck appears not merely to have broken cover but to have teleported from a different solar system entirely. However, once you get past the Cybertruck’s initial visual impact—Is it a UFO? A mutant doorstop? A children’s drawing of a vehicle?—there remains several light years’ worth of details that confound and delight. Here are the top 13 things you probably missed after a first glimpse of the Cybertruck seared off your corneas. 

It Is Called Cybertruck

Yes, the Tesla pickup really is called “Cybertruck.” Not “Model” anything, like Tesla’s cars and crossovers, the Model 3, Model S, and Model X. Just Cybertruck. Although the name is something of a departure from Tesla naming convention and broader car industry naming conventions, the Cybertruck name is refreshingly literal in the same sense as the Tesla Roadster’s: Here is a truck with heavy cybernetic influence, plain and simple.

Any Color You Want …

Tesla’s taken a page from Ford’s century-old playbook for the original Model T and is offering Cybertruck in a single color. Well, actually, the Tesla truck is being sold in no color at all. The only available exterior finish is bare, unpainted stainless steel. (Ford’s Model T, famously, was once sold only in the color black to streamline the manufacturing process further so that more could be churned out hour-by-hour.) The stainless finish may enhance the Cybertruck’s edgy, 8-bit-video-game look, but it’s sure to turn off some buyers (those who, you know, aren’t turned off by the way it, um, looks). Those customers will be allowed to vinyl-wrap their Cybertrucks, a move that both increases the vehicle’s color and pattern possibilities and at the same time decreases environmental impacts associated with vehicle painting. Oh, and as was the case with the Model T, the single color scheme eases manufacturing complexity for already-busy Tesla.

Badass Bed

A truck is nothing without its bed, and Tesla’s Cybertruck has an awesome one. Tesla calls it the vault, a corny move that nearly undoes the bed’s inherent coolness. Anyway, the Cybertruck’s bed is finished in the same stainless steel as the rest of the body and measures 6.5 feet long. It suffers no intrusion from the wheelwells, so it is a clean, rectangular volume. Horizontal accessory rails are positioned beneath the diagonal sail panels stretching from the tailgate to the roof peak, and Tesla promises that those panels will even boast their own storage compartments (not unlike Ram’s Rambox bedside compartments). Open the tailgate, and you will find a slide-out loading ramp that allows wheeled things to be rolled up into the bed. Both 120- and 220-volt charging outlets, as well as an air compressor, are built in, too. Oh, and the entire bed can be secured by an integrated roll-up, garage-door-style tonneau cover, which also is said to help aerodynamic efficiency.

Literally (Probably?) Bulletproof

Talk about coming out with a bang. At the Cybertruck’s flashy reveal, Tesla CEO Elon Musk showed video of 9mm bullets being fired at the pickup’s cold-rolled-steel body panels and leaving nary more than a dent behind. Our assumption is that any rounds larger than 9 millimeters will puncture the Cybertruck’s skin. Another reason to leave an asterisk behind Tesla’s “bulletproof” claim? The truck’s so-called Armor Glass windows are supposed to be tough, too, but aren’t claimed to be bulletproof. They also didn’t prove as tough as expected when, during the Cybertruck’s reveal, Tesla design boss Franz von Holzhausen heaved a metal ball at them and smeared two—when during an earlier demonstration using Armor Glass panels, the same ball bounced off of them. The lesson? You probably shouldn’t rely on the Cybertruck for trips into hails of gunfire, but for the company that developed the Ludicrous acceleration drive mode and a Biological Defense Mode, bulletproofing somehow isn’t a surprising addition.

Super Long Driving Range

Have an itch for some long-haul truckin’? Worry not, because the Tesla’s electric powertrain shouldn’t hold it back from long-distance trips. Tesla projects the Cybertruck’s maximum range at over 500 miles, over a 35 percent increase over the longest-range Model S sedan currently available. An optional stacked battery pack—think of a layer cake of battery packs—is the key to the Cybertruck’s huge range number. (The standard battery provides an estimated 250 miles of range per charge.) Making recharging easier and more accessible beyond America’s coastal areas is Tesla’s planned expansion of Supercharger stations into rural areas. That’ll make long-distance drives even more viable than today’s Supercharger network already allows and potentially help the Cybertruck’s popularity across the nation.

Built-In Light Bar

There will be no need to modify Cybertruck with a flotilla of auxiliary lights like an old Jeep for better visibility after dark or on off-road trails far from streetlamps’ glow. In addition to the LED mono-headlight spanning the width of the truck’s front end, there is a second auxiliary light bar installed at the top of the windshield. The combination of that lamp and the headlight bar is pretty sweet and follows the Cybertruck’s hard edges perfectly.

Seats for Six

Among the Cybertruck’s new-age features sits—pun intended—one very old-school flourish: a front bench seat. There is space for a whole work crew inside, thanks to the six-seat capacity that middle front chair creates. As in other full-size pickups, the Tesla’s front row center armrest can be flipped up to form a backrest for a sixth perch. Whoever rides there will get the best view of the Cybertruck’s huge central infotainment screen.

New User Interface

Speaking of that huge infotainment touchscreen, a now-familiar centerpiece of Tesla interiors, Tesla has confirmed that the Cybertruck’s will be a 17-inch unit. That matches the size of the vertically oriented units in the Model S and Model X. (The Model 3 has a smaller, horizontally oriented screen.) More important, the Cybertruck’s display runs a new user interface tailored for truck use. Tesla hasn’t elaborated on what exactly that tailoring includes, but it likely involves on-screen controls for autonomous trailer hitching, various pickup bed features, and adjustments for the long-travel air suspension.

Transparent Roof

The Cybertruck has a roof made from transparent Armor Glass. On any other vehicle, this would be referred to as a panoramic sunroof. But because we’re talking the bonkers Tesla truck here, consider it a fancy viewing portal for watching Space X rockets blast into the sky from inside the cab.

Digital Mirror

The Cybertruck’s shape is, um, unconventional, and we have questions about how its huge rear sail panels and yawning windshield’s supports might impact a driver’s outward visibility. To the rear, in particular, those opaque sail panels mean you can pretty much forget visual checks of your blind spots. Plus, what happens when the Cybertruck’s roll-up tonneau cover is deployed? Goodbye, whatever meager rear visibility there was to begin with. Tesla’s workaround comes in the form of a digital, camera-based rearview mirror setup, similar to what’s in some trucks already on the road, in which a live feed of what’s behind the truck is beamed to a rearview-mirror-shaped screen.

Stone Cold Trim

Tesla already offers leather-free vegan seating surfaces on its vehicles and is turning to other sustainable resources to trim Cybertruck interiors. The dashboard is decorated with a long slab of something mimicking marble or granite, giving the interior a distinctive, organic look. We only recall seeing actual stone trim on ultra-high-end luxury cars, but it should be mentioned that this material is likely not authentic, given electric vehicles’ stringent weight targets. Plus, on trucks, any extraneous weight added is capacity subtracted from payload ratings and such.

Serious Capability

Here is a question: Can the Tesla truck? The answer is a resounding yes, if Tesla’s claims for the Cybertruck are to be believed. The single-motor, rear-wheel-drive base model is said to tow up to 7,500 pounds, a figure that is upgraded to a whopping 14,000 pounds on the triple-motor, four-wheel-drive range-topping model. Every version’s payload is set at 3,500 pounds. For comparison, the Ford F-150’s towing capacity tops out at 13,200 pounds, while its payload maxes out at 2,309 pounds.

Electrifying Acceleration

It is by now well established that Teslas are quick—really quick, actually. Electric motors serve up strong torque from essentially zero rpm on, unlike internal combustion engines, which typically need to spool up a little before making significant power. Tesla also dumps a ton of power into its electric motors, prioritizing effortless, head-snapping acceleration as much as efficiency and driving range. All of these characteristics will be baked into the Cybertruck. Tesla claims the two-wheel-drive model (with its motor in the rear) will zip from zero to 60 mph in 6.5 seconds, half a second behind the 450-hp Ford F-150 Raptor. That’s respectable, we suppose, but the real action will be with the triple-motor Tesla, which is claimed to reach 60 mph in just 2.9 seconds, a tenth of a second behind the time put down by Chevrolet’s new C8 Corvette in our testing.

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Cadillac prices high-performance 2020 CT5 from $45,190

The Car Connection News Feed - Wed, 11/27/2019 - 12:00
Cadillac has announced pricing for the higher-performance variants of its 2020 CT5 sedan. The CT5 Premium Luxury with the twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter engine will start at $45,190; the sportier CT5-V at $48,690, the company said Tuesday. This caps off the pricing of Cadillac's replacement for its CTS sedan. The base model checks in at $37,890 to...
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EY signs lease on offices in Southampton

Property Week News Feed - Wed, 11/27/2019 - 11:37
Professional services firm Ernst & Young (EY) has signed a three-year lease for a new 30,000 sq ft office Southampton city centre.
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Best Western GB grows portfolio

Property Week News Feed - Wed, 11/27/2019 - 11:23
Hotel group Best Western GB, which represents 260 independent hotels across the UK, says that 67% of its members intend to make property investments over the next 12 months.
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Swansea’s £1bn transformation begins after council gives final sign off to regeneration plan

Property Week News Feed - Wed, 11/27/2019 - 11:20
The £1bn transformation of Swansea city centre has taken another step forward after the council backed the regeneration scheme plans this week and appointed a contractor to commence phase one.
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