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Tokyo and LA Motor Show Round-up

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Nissan Bladeglider concept

This week were both the Tokyo and Los Angeles Motor/Auto Shows. While LA saw the latest BMW 4-Series Convertible in the flesh for the first time as well as the latest Porsche 911 Cabriolet (which as you might expect would take a serious enthusiast to tell apart from the 2013 model), the really interesting sights were in Japan.

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Lamborghini Veneno Roadster Revealed

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Lamborghini Veneno Roadster

By the time the hardtop Lamborghini Veneno was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in March the three cars planned for production had already sold. Demand among the super-rich was obviously strong however as now the Italian super car maker has announced their intention to build 9 convertible versions.

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Micro roadsters to make a comeback?

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Honda S660 Concept

While there have been concepts floating around for small Japanese roadsters it has never looked more likely that we are about to see a return of the kei sports car. Both and look likely to show small roadster concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show in November.

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Caterham Seven 160 – Back to Basics Roadster

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Caterham Seven 160

While today’s roadsters may be more powerful than ever, as cars continue to become further sophisticated the basic driving experience becomes ever diluted. Caterham comes to the rescue with a new base model Seven. The Caterham Seven 160 is free of all the ‘drive-by-wire’ technology of modern cars, in-fact there is very little of anything.

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BMW 4-Series Convertible Unveiled

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BMW 4-Series Convertible

BMW have officially released the first images of the new 4-Series Convertible which will debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November. The BMW 4-Series replaces the 3-Series Coupe and Convertible with the aim of setting these more sporting cars apart from the 4 door 3-Series cars.

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The Classic Moke Makes a Comeback

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Austrailian owned Moke International have returned the classic Moke shape to production with a discretely modernised design. The minimalist concept remains but a modern drive-train with a choice of manual or automatic gearbox and a better braking system bring things up to date.

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