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Lexus has long been an innovator in luxury cars, but not so much in the field of origami. However, the Toyota-owned automaker has demonstrated its paper-making skills by creating a full-size cardboard Lexus, based on the IS model. The car has been crafted out of pieces of precision-cut cardboard, then attached to a steel and aluminium frame, giving the structure support. The car also features ...
Members of the startrescue.co.uk team came to work with an extra spring in their step today, as they brought in cakes and other goodies for a coffee morning. But this was no ordinary coffee morning. Staff from our Colchester and Sudbury offices got together to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support – as part of the charity's World's Biggest Coffee Morning.
Frankfurt, Germany (Jorg Hackemann/Bigstock.com) The 66th Frankfurt Motor Show is well underway, with most of the world's leading carmakers in attendance. Here's a rundown of the most important moments so far... As reported on this blog, Aston Martin has let visitors take a closer look at its DB10 model – used exclusively in the upcoming James Bond movie, Spectre. BMW's Har...
Toyota Yaris (Herraez/Bigstock.com) Could we one day see a hydrogen-powered rally car? Given the appearance of Toyota's Mirai hydrogen-electric car at a World Rally Championship event in Germany on the weekend, quite possibly. But the 153bhp Mirai is not quite ready to take on the petrol-driven rally cars of today; it takes a rather steady 9.6 seconds to hit 62mph from standstill. Indeed,...
BTCC (The Guitar Mann/Bigstock.com) Colin Turkington gave his BTCC championship defence hopes a big boost by winning two out of the three races at Snetterton on August 8-9. The 2014 champion bagged the opening race from pole and was joined on the podium by his two BMR teammates Aron Smith and Jason Plato. Having taken pole position after his first win, Turkington converted once again, bag...
The recent heavy rains have made driving a real challenge for many motorists across Britain, but that doesn't mean the summer is over yet! The weather is set to be warm and bright in many parts of the UK over the coming days. And what better way to enjoy the last few weeks of summer than hosting a coffee morning in aid of a good cause? It's easy to organise a coffee morning and let's face i...
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