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Ferrari prepares for two new car debuts, automaker's new London retail location opens

Ferrari prepares for two new car debuts, automaker's new London retail location opens 1Ferrari markets its brand well, but it isn’t necessary. Ferrari enthusiasts arguably watch and wait for the carmaker’s every move with more zest then any other manufacturers’ fans.

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Ferrari expands brand popularity with new retail store in London, more Prancing Horse outlets planned

Ferrari expands brand popularity with new retail store in London, more Prancing Horse outlets planned 2Ferrari fans can now add London to the exclusive list of world renowned cities featuring the automaker’s Prancing Horse paraphernalia. The first British store selling Ferrari products recently opened in London. It was highlighted by ribbon-cutting ceremony by Formula One driver Kimi Räikkönen.

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Ferrari unveils new web site with Formula 1 season

Ferrari unveils new web site with Formula 1 season 3Ferrari will debut its redesigned website Sunday, www.ferrari.com, March 29, 2009, in conjunction with the celebration of the first Grand Prix of the 2009 Formula 1 World Championship season. The new portal is the gateway to the world of the “Prancing Horse.” It offers users a new look and a vast array of content, resulting in the ultimate behind-the-scenes Ferrari experience.

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President Barack Obama's new Cadillac limo: Options include shotguns and extra blood

President Barack Obama's new Cadillac limo: Options include shotguns and extra blood 4President Barack Obama was escorted for about two miles at the inauguration earlier today in the new presidential limousine. It’s been a tradition for more than six decades for presidents to travel by limousine. But none of the vehicles has been as detailed as the new president’s Cadillac. It has eight-inch thick doors, gets eight mpg, has automatic weapons and extra blood in case the president needs a transfusion.

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Cars of Presidents & Candidates: Roosevelt to Clinton, Obama to McCain

Cars of Presidents & Candidates: Roosevelt to Clinton, Obama to McCain 5Hagerty Insurance, the nation’s largest insurance agency for collector vehicles, has compiled a list of the most interesting cars owned in the last century notable presidents as well as candidates John McCain and Barack Obama.

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Aston Martin Overtakes Bugatti As World's Most Expensive Car

Aston Martin Overtakes Bugatti As World's Most Expensive Car 6Move over, Bugatti. Welcome, Aston Martin to the top of the car pricelist. The soon-to-be released Aston Martin One-77 (A codename) will assume the title as the world’s most expensive car.

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Volkswagen Beetle, Kaiser Darrin Shine At Carmel Concours On The Avenue

Volkswagen Beetle, Kaiser Darrin Shine At Carmel Concours On The Avenue 7Amid overcast skies and cool temperatures, Monterey Auto Week began Monday with the two-day Concours on the Avenue in Carmel with a wondrous selection of varied classic cars — Ferrari to Volkswagen, Ford to Bentley, Fiat to Lamborghini.

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Chrysler Envisions Electric Car Envi Within Five Years

Chrysler Envisions Electric Car Envi Within Five Years 8Another auto manufacturer seemingly joins the green automotive world each week. This time, it’s Chrysler and its new Envi division. Chrysler has announced it’s planning to launch all-electric vehicles within five years.

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Skoda Extends Tour de France Official Car Deal Through 2011

Skoda Extends Tour de France Official Car Deal Through 2011 9The daily procession of automobiles, trucks, motorhomes and bicycles in the Tour de France has reached its saturation point. Hundreds of officials’ cars, team vehicles, media cars and photographers’ motorcycles depart each stage of the race in a grand and often frantic ceremony more elaborate than the departure of the cyclists.

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