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  1. German carmaker Mercedes-AMG is further enhancing its SL 63 and SL 65 high-performance roadsters with updated technology and expressive design. The front section features a completely new design, with a radiator grille that broadens out towards the bottom and the A-wing front spoiler. The stylish light signature and the highly comprehensive scope of standard equipment and appointments underscore the high-quality impression. The engines set the benchmark in the high-performance roadster segment with a 5.5-litre V8 biturbo engine on bard the SL 63 and a 6.0-litre V12 biturbo engine in the SL 65. “A stunning new addition to the Mercedes-AMG range, the SL 63 and SL 65 are a driver’s dream, combining exceptional agility with breath-taking acceleration. Both cars score with fascinating expression and convincing performance, and deliver exactly what our clientele are looking for to express their exclusive lifestyle,” said Lennart Mueller-Teut, head of Marketing & Communications, Mercedes-Benz Cars Middle East. The technical highlights include the sports suspension based on Active Body Control, the rear-axle differential lock which now features as standard, the even more responsive AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT 7-speed sports transmission (SL 63) and the five AMG DYNAMIC SELECT driving programmes. Both roadsters offer more power and torque than their respective competitors in this segment. Source News: http://tradearabia.com/news/MTR_314976.html
  2. "Dh50 million, Dh100 million, whatever the bidding would have reached, I would have bought it." A vision of blue amongst many white kandoras, Indian businessman, Balwinder Sahni told Khaleej Times on Saturday he had "no budget" when it came to getting his hands on the distinguished Dubai number plate D5. One of many bidders at the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) auction in Dubai, Sahni ended up paying Dh33 million for the exclusive plate - leaving plenty of change in his pocket compared to his first estimations. "People were increasing the bids in their hundreds of thousands, I was raising the bids by Dh1 million," the 44-year-old, 10-year Dubai resident said. After a fierce bidding war between 16 wannabe owners, Sahni reined successful in the bid. But why was he so adamant to get his hands on the plate? "Because number 9 is my lucky number. D is the fourth letter in the alphabet and add that to 5, it makes 9." Although he admitted it was a "tough bidding war", he said he "had to win". Sahni's bright smile captured the audience of many on Saturday evening when the hammer hit down on the gavel at the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel. Source News: http://www.khaleejtimes.com/nation/transport/20161008/no-title
  3. For the fifth straight year, Nissan has been recognised as one of the world’s most valuable brands according to the Best Global Brands Study by Interbrand, a leading brand consultancy. This year, Nissan was ranked as the 43rd most valuable brand in the world – an increase over last year’s ranking of 49th. Nissan now has a brand value of over $11 billion. This year’s ranking puts Nissan as the 4th fastest growing brand in the world. “Brand Power has been a consistent focus across the company for the last five years and it is very encouraging that all our efforts continue to be recognized by this influential brand ranking,” said Roel de Vries, corporate vice president and the global head of marketing and brand strategy for Nissan. “The fact that we remain the fastest growing automotive brand is also further proof that the story around our products and our vision for the future of driving is continuing to resonate.” Source News: http://www.tradearabia.com/news/MTR_314733.html
  4. An Arab man has been sentenced to one month in jail and ordered to pay Dh3,000 worth of a fine by the Dubai Traffic Court on the charges of jumping the red light and interrupting the Tram operational service. The Traffic Court ordered that the 43-year-old man's driving licence be suspended for three months, as of the issuance date of the ruling, after he was found faulty at driving recklessly. The motorist was found to have put road users' safety and life at risk by driving recklessly and inattentively to the road and jumping the red signal. He was found faulty at crashing into the Tram, which was on its right pace, disrupting its operational service and causing it material damage. According to Advocate-General Salah Bu Farroucha Al Felasi, the Dubai Traffic Prosecution Chief, the crash accident dates back to the end of September. "The Traffic Prosecution began its probe together with the Roads and Transport Authority and Al Barsha police station," he said. The accident report was registered with the Traffic Prosecution. The CCTV footage was enclosed with the technical report with the case file. Prosecutors referred the faulty motorist to the Traffic Court to stand trial, as per the terms of the decree issued in 2014 regarding the regulation of the Tram operational services in Dubai and the Federal Penal Code of 1987 and its modifications till 2006. Source News: http://www.khaleejtimes.com/nation/transport/man-gets-jail-for-jumping-dubai-tram-red-light
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  6. A new national UAE “vehicle fuel economy standard” designed to slash vehicle emissions was rolled out on Tuesday. Led by the Emirates Authority for Standardisation and Metrology (Esma), the new draft standard will ensure fuel-efficient cars spew far less carbon pollution on UAE’s roadways and into the atmosphere. Less greenhouse gas emissions are also in keeping with the spirit of the UAE’s September 21 signing of its Paris Agreement commitment which agrees to cut carbon emissions by 1.5 degrees Celsius to halt global warming. Development of the new standard was given the nod at a meeting of the public-private UAE body known as the Ecological Footprint Initiative (EFI) formed in 2007 to help research and reduce the country’s footprint. The group comprises the Ministry of Climate Change and Environment, Water and Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi, Esma, Emirates Wildlife Society-World Wildlife Fund (EWS-WWF) and the Global Footprint Network. The new tool mirrors what is called the Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards in the United States and first created in 1971 to combat world petrol shortages at the time. In a statement, officials said the new vehicle “standard will play a key role in helping the UAE achieve its emission reduction targets and support the country’s sustainability agenda in line with UAE Vision 2021”. “When adopted by the UAE Cabinet, the proposed standard has the potential to deliver annual fuel savings to UAE households worth Dh9.5 billion, representing carbon savings equivalent to removing 4.5 million cars from the UAE’s roads by 2035.” Dr. Thani Al Zeyoudi, Minister of Climate Change and Environment and chairman of the Ecological Footprint Initiative Steering Committee, renewed UAE’s commitment to lower the country’s carbon emissions. “Since its creation in 2007, the EFI has supported the UAE’s progress towards a low carbon, climate-resilient future by developing innovative, science-based policies to reduce carbon emissions,” Zeyoudi said in a statement. “This collaboration on improving vehicle fuel economy adds to the EFI’s impressive track record and is a firm indication of the UAE’s commitment to stronger action on climate change, in line with the UAE’s recent ratification of the Paris Agreement.” Source News: http://gulfnews.com/news/uae/environment/new-car-fuel-economy-standard-for-uae-1.1903057
  7. A driving examiner was caught taking bribes after his colleagues became suspicious when he turned up to work in a new car, a court heard. Dubai Court of First Instance was told the 39-year-old Omani not only splashed out on a new SUV but also a Suzuki motorbike, even though he was on a relatively low salary. An Emirati officer with Dubai Police said they were tipped off about the defendant by his co-workers. “He owned a 2013 Land Cruiser and a 2016 Suzuki motorbike,” the officer said. “His workmates said they were paid more than him and he is also married to two women and rents two apartments. “When we investigated, we discovered that he was taking bribes.” Prosecutors said that, on April 4, an Indian man paid the instructor a bribe of Dhs6,000 after failing his test for the third time. Dubai Police arrested the 35-year-old Indian when he went to hand over the money to a Pakistani driving instructor, who acted as the middle man. Source News: http://7days.ae/dubai-driving-examiner-accused-taking-bribe/93698
  8. The Sharjah Police, in coordination with Emirates Auction, have launched an electronic auction for 150 distinguished vehicle number plates. The bidding will be open until October 15. Brig Saif Al Zeri, Commander-in-Chief of the Sharjah Police, said this is the first electronic auction in the country. The police are making great efforts to hold the auction electronically because of the high demand from motorists for the distinguished number plates. The 150 numbers on auction also include 31, 56, 331, 556, 4444, 5556, 33330 and 55555 to which participants can bid from different channels. Source News: http://www.khaleejtimes.com/nation/transport/you-can-now-grab-that-special-number-for-your-car
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  10. Nissan unveiled its latest product line-up, including the rebirth of the iconic Nissan Micra at the Paris Motor Show. The company also highlighted its Intelligent Mobility vision, announced at the Geneva Motor Show, with the 100 percent electric LEAF not only on display but used as a mobile energy source to power exhibits on Nissan’s stand using vehicle-to-grid technology. Paul Willcox, chairman, Nissan Europe, said: “We’re delivering on our commitment of innovation and excitement for everyone with the launch of the new Micra – a modern car for modern city living that reinforces our position as a leader in automotive design and style. “This year we have continued to strengthen our product lineup, not only with the rebirth of the Nissan Micra but with the new, more brazen Nissan GT-R supercar and the Nissan Murano crossover in Russia. We’re also keeping one eye firmly on the future with our Intelligent Mobility vision, redefining how cars are driven, powered and integrated into society, and the Micra itself features many of the building blocks of this vision.” Nissan’s Intelligent Mobility vision, a framework to move customers around the world towards a safer and more sustainable future, is already being realised right here today. Source News: http://www.tradearabia.com/news/MTR_314384.html
  11. The UAE has set its sights on increasing the average fuel efficiency of cars on its roads to 20.8 kilometres per litre by 2028 to meet its pledge to cut carbon emissions. The most recent statistics – from 2013 – showed average fuel economy in the UAE was 12.1km/l. The regulations are part of a package of measures that the Emirates Authority for Standardisation and Metrology is hoping to implement to meet the Paris Agreement, which the UAE ratified last week in an attempt to lower its emissions to kerb global warming by 2°C. The detail of the regulations are still under-discussed, but when they come into effect next year, car manufacturers could be penalised for selling vehicles that are above the average fuel economy standard. The efficiency figure is based on US corporate average fuel economy standards introduced to manage the increase in oil prices resulting from the Arab oil embargo of 1972. Tanzeed Alam, climate and energy director at the Emirates Wildlife Society-WWF – which is involved in the project – said there would also be an effort to get more hybrid cars on the roads. Mr Alam believed that the Government could promote the sale of hybrid vehicles through measures such as waiving vehicle registration fees or by having banks provide "green loans" with lower interest rates for people financing a hybrid vehicle. Source News: http://www.thenational.ae/uae/environment/uae-sets-tough-new-goals-for-fuel-efficiency-of-cars
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  13. Mercedes-Benz has unveiled the new SLC (previously SLK) taking the roadster’s driving pleasure to a new level thanks to an unrivalled combination of sportiness and comfort. Comprehensively refined, and with a model line-up ranging from the entry level SLC 200 to the top-of-the-line Mercedes-AMG SLC 43, the renamed compact roadster will appeal to today’s confident individualist determined to experience life’s exclusive pleasures. “Compact, powerful and economical, the new SLC offers drivers pure AMG driving pleasure in a compact and stylish open-top two-seater,” said Lennart Mueller-Teut, Head of Marketing & Communications, Mercedes-Benz Cars Middle East. Source News: http://www.tradearabia.com/news/MTR_314308.html
  14. DUBAI // Motorists in Dubai will not able to rent cars by the hour. Anyone who want to rent a car by the hour than he must hold a valid licence and obtain a permit from the Road and Transport Authority. The time of car rentals are not more than 6 hours for one day and they cannot take cars outside the UAE, said by RTA. Source News: http://www.thenational.ae/uae/transport/new-rules-allow-hourly-car-rental-in-dubai
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