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50 years ago: Mazda launches rotary-powered Cosmo

30 MAY 2017 50 years ago: Mazda launches rotary-powered Cosmo Tokyo / Leverkusen It was a pivotal moment in automobile history when, 50 years ago today, Mazda launched its rotary-powered Mazda Cosmo Sport. The sleek, stylish two-seater marked the beginning of a legacy of innovation that endures to this day – a legacy of fun-to-drive cars and motor sport success powered by unique technology. Back in 1967, the Cosmo Sport was the world’s first car powered by a twin -rotor engine. Known outside Japan as the 110S, it was also Mazda’s first sports car, supplying the DNA that has gone into legendary models like the Mazda RX-7 and Mazda MX-5, and indeed every vehicle the Japanese marque manufactures today. Although only 1,176 were built, the Cosmo Sport was monumental for Mazda, marking its transformation from a maker of predominantly trucks and small cars to an exciting, unique brand characterised by its convention-defying approach to engineering as well as design. Development

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Driver Chassis Engine Time Gap 1   Kimi Raikkonen   Ferrari Ferrari 1'12.178 2   Sebastian Vettel   Ferrari Ferrari 1'12.221 0.043 3   Valtteri Bottas   Mercedes Mercedes 1'12.223 0.045 4   Max Verstappen   Red Bull TAG 1'12.496 0.318 5   Daniel Ricciardo   Red Bull TAG 1'12.998 0.820 6   Carlos Sainz Jr.   Toro Rosso Renault 1'13.162 0.984 7   Sergio Perez   Force India Mercedes 1'13.329 1.151 8   Romain Grosjean   Haas Ferrari 1'13.349 1.171 9   Daniil Kvyat   Toro Rosso Renault 1'13.516 1.338 10   Nico Hulkenberg   Renault Renault 1'13.628 1.450 11   Kevin Magnussen   Haas Ferrari 1'13.959 1.781 12   Stoffel Vandoorne   McLaren Honda 13   Lewis Hamilton   Mercedes Mercedes 1'14.106 1.928 14   Felipe Massa   Williams Mercedes 1'20.529 8.351 15   Esteban Ocon   Force India Mercedes 1'14.101 1.923 16   Jolyon Palmer   Renault Renault 1'14.696 2.518 17   Lance Stroll   Williams Mercedes 1'14.893 2.715 18

The BMW M8 is the icing on the cake of the sporty BMW 8 Series line-up.

Munich. Alongside the ongoing development of the standard 8 Series, the engineers at BMW M are also working flat out on the M model. A fully camouflaged, early prototype of the future BMW M8 will be unveiled in a driving presentation as part of the support programme for the Nürburgring 24-hour race. Classical M features like larger air intakes, modified brakes and a sports exhaust with four tailpipes hint at the significantly boosted power and dynamic potential of the car and whet the appetite for a driving experience of intense emotional richness. “The conception and development of the standard BMW 8 Series and the M model run in parallel,” explains Frank van Meel, President BMW M Division. “The future BMW M8 will build on the genes of the 8 Series and augment its DNA with added track ability and generous extra portions of dynamic sharpness, precision and agility. It all flows into a driving experience that bears the familiar BMW M hallmarks and satisfies our customers’ most ex


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The Pinnacle of Bespoke - Teaser

The Pinnacle of Bespoke

ROLLS-ROYCE ‘SWEPTAIL’ – THE REALISATION OF ONE CUSTOMER’S COACHBUILT DREAM Villa d’Este Italy  -- When Rolls-Royce presented the 103EX Vision Vehicle to the world, it invoked its coachbuilding heritage to inspire its future clientele. This Vision Vehicle envisaged a world of completely personal luxury mobility where new technologies would allow every Rolls-Royce to be designed in their owners’ image, should they wish. Such a Rolls-Royce would represent the truest meaning of luxury – a personal, Bespoke motor car like no other for each individual commissioning patron. The idea of a future coachbuilt Rolls-Royce was not enough for one Rolls-Royce connoisseur however. This individual approached the marque with his own idea of a two-seat Rolls-Royce that he wanted to be created in the here and now. That motor car is here, now, and is christened ‘Sweptail’. In a nod to the swept-tail of certain Rolls-Royces from the 1920s, admired by the client so much, he asked Rolls-Royce to re