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Renault EZ-Ultimo Concept : An autonomous pod for all

 
The Paris Motor Show wouldn’t be complete without at least one wacky looking concept car from a French automaker and this year Renault didn’t disappoint with the EZ-Ultimo Concept. Looking like a cross between a large beetle and a bus, this living room on wheels offers Level 4 autonomy, and as a result, with no traditional steering wheel or driver’s position, turns its entire cabin over to its occupants.
 

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BMW Reveals the 2019 3 Series

On the first media day of the 2018 Paris Auto Show, BMW unveiled the 2019 BMW 3 Series to the world motoring press. The seventh-generation 3 Series continues BMW’s most successful model, which stretches back to 1976 in the United States, when it arrived as a successor to the 2002. The 3 Series established itself as the world’s biggest-selling premium car, making the birth of a new generation into a notable event. 330i and 330i xDrive models will arrive in the US in March 2019; M340i and M340i xDrive are slated to arrive later in the spring. A plug-in hybrid version of the 3 Series, 330e, is promised for 2020.
 

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2018 Infiniti Project Black S Bows

As a follow-up to a similar concept unveiled a year ago, Infiniti showed the 2018 Infiniti Project Black S in Paris fully realized with the help of its Renault partner’s Formula One team. Envisioned as an Infiniti Q60 Red Sport 400 on steroids, the Project Black S coupe incorporates three motor generating units that recapture kinetic energy and helps boost output of the twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6.
 

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Ferrari Monza SP1/SP2 Special Editions Offered

While some manufacturers look to expand their model ranges and profits by offering lower-cost vehicles to a wider market, Ferrari is pursuing a new business case of building fewer cars at a higher price. And these cars at not even street-legal. As part of its new Icona vehicle program, the Italian maker of exotics is building a limited-run version of V12-powered roadsters that recall its sportscars of the 1950s and will offer them only to its best customers and collectors.
 

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