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  1. Hi, can anyone recommend a good car design study program somewhere in Europe (preferably Portugal, Germany or Spain)?
  2. Trust Christian von Koenigsegg to do something insane, like hosting a press conference in the halls of the now-canceled Geneva International Motor Show. But when Koenigsegg does something outrageous, they go big; or in the case of the new Koenigsegg Gemera, they go 'mega'. While Koenigsegg has previously only developed two-seater hypercars, the Gemera is the first of a new breed, the first Koenigsegg built to be enjoyed by four occupants. It's not a hypercar, it's a 'Mega GT' car, and it's changing the high-performance game before it's even a week old. Not only will the Gemera seat four (the name is derived from the Swedish term 'to offer more'), but it'll do so while providing stellar performance to the tune of 1,727 horsepower and an incredible 2,581 lb-ft of torque. Making use of a mid-mounted three-cylinder engine and three batteries, Koenigsegg claims the Gemera will sprint from 0-62 mph in 1.9 seconds and reach speeds in excess of 240 mph. It's a brave new world for the Swedish hypercar maker, once again innovating where others stick to the tried and trusted. CLICK HERE TO SEE HOW THE CAR LOOKS: https://shrinke.me/6b8d
  3. What do you think about this new BMW M5 TV spot remake?
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