15 January 2014

The first major auto show of 2014 kicked off in style this week with some of the most eagerly awaited new cars in years. The BMW M3 made its world debut alongside its sister car, the BMW M4. They follow the standard M formula, but will use turbocharged engines for the first time.

Celebrating 50 years of the Ford Mustang, Ford launched an all-new model. It finally adopts independent suspension and will be built in right-hand drive for the first time. Not to be outdone, Chevrolet launched the new Corvette Stingray Z06, the most sophisticated yet, and a potential Toyota Supra successor has been teased - the Toyota FT-1

Not to be outdone, the Porsche 911 Targa is served up with a heavy does of retro-ness, while the Kia GT4 Stinger is a GT86/BRZ rival that looks like the shot in the arm that Kia needs. Mark Tisshaw hosts the Detroit motor show...

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16 January 2014
As far as the American goes, the Mustang is the only game shifter,because they have changed the rear suspension set up,and finally after 50yrs they will move the steering Wheel for us Brits and other Country's who drive on our side of the Road.

Peter Cavellini.

19 January 2014
great video, but please..... its THree..... nor Free....... :)


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