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Mercedes-AMG GT Gets Dedicated Website
The German automaker just launched a new website for its latest model, revealing more details on its impending launch. According to the site, information about its performance will be announced in July before its full debut in August, possibly during the Pebble Beach Concourse d’Elegance.
The Mercedes-AMG GT is the second vehicle developed fully independently by Mercedes-AMG and according to the company, “it is the embodiment of AMG’s philosophy, know-how, and dedication to creating vehicles that beg to be driven.”
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Source: Jason Siu, AutoGuice.com
Lamborghini Huracán Italian Police Car
According to a press release issued by Lamborghini, the automaker has donated a police version of the new Huracán LP 610-4 to the Italian State Police. The car was handed over to Prefect Alessandro Pansa today by Stephen Winkelmann, President and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini in a ceremony in Rome.
This Lamborghini Huracán LP 610-4 is replacing the Gallardo that was used by the Italian police force since 2004. It will begin its service by the end of the year, meaning Italians better watch out for the new high-speed police car on the roads.
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Source: AutoFluence, blog.dupontregistry.com
BMW M9 Concept
Radion Design presented its vision of BMW sports coupe that carries the BMW M9. Lack of supercars in the range of Bavarian manufacturer still encourages imagination lovers of the brand. Some of them go further than that and their thoughts and ideas into an independent design study BMW car.
One such study, the concept labeled M9, presented Radion Design. The illustrations that are published on the internet can be seen that the BMW M9 Concept designed as a sporty two-seater, lowered the nose, with headlights placed in a narrow slit which extends the whole width of the front and covering the radiator grille. The central place of BMW M9 Concept occupied by the distinctive grille “kidney” symbols of BMW car, while the lower part of the bumper placed a wind deflector.
The roof-line descends a slight slope to the rear edge of the body where there is a small spoiler. Stop lights are extremely thin, which further emphasizes the width of the car, such as a front and rear light clusters feature LED technology. From Radion Design-and they say they do not expect their concept meet all tastes, and the basic idea is that when designing studies using M9 “different philosophy than the one applied by the BMW designers are” the current model of the company.
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