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Style comes in many shapes and sizes. Unless you’re BMW Motorrad. Then style comes in the following shapes and sizes: Wild and big.

The R1200R has all of that. Equal helpings of “style”, “wild” and “big” unite to form a bike that looks at once playful and menacing, and feel the same.

Our tester sported the optional Style 1 package that, at $540, included a belly pan (or “engine spoiler” according to BMW) and the stunning red trellis frame as well as anodised brake calipers. Sadly an optional luggage holder hanging off the back upset the visual impact of the bike somewhat – which I cared about for all of half a second. About as long as it took for me to fire the thing up.
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Sex in Cars: Paradise by the Dashboard Lights
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Earlier this year, autoTRADER.ca ran a survey on car culture. And if there’s one thing we learned, it’s that Canadians love to make love in their cars.

Over 1,500 people completed the questionnaire from coast to coast, and the results will surprise, well, about 65% of you. The other 35%, we thank you for your candour but would you mind bleaching the upholstery before we hop in?

Check out more stats here: http://autotrdr.ca/Yfsi96

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The Audi R8 still surprises me. Coming from a car company that is synonymous with conservative design, impeccable interiors and technical prowess, it’s hard to believe they would put out such an outrageous and groundbreaking supercar, even 8 years after it arrived on our shores. Nonetheless, we had the good fortune to travel to Portugal with Audi to experience the new, second-generation R8, which is over a year away from arriving in Canada, but still a dramatic re-entry into the supercar segment for Audi.
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I sincerely don’t know who would get bored driving an Aston Martin. The speed, the sound and the fury of every model in their line-up is downright intoxicating, and the brand lifts its middle finger to the efficiency of turbocharging and all-wheel drive.
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A new trailer for the upcoming James Bond film SPECTRE has just been released. James Bond movies have always been linked with jaw-dropping car chase scenes involving some equally jaw-dropping machinery, and the latest one carries on the tradition in spectacular fashion. The latest film will again feature Daniel Craig as the world’s most suave secret agent, and again, an Aston Martin will be his choice of weaponry. This time, though, instead of a DBS V12, our erstwhile hero will be piloting a never-before-seen DB10.

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In the Footsteps of Giants: McLaren 650S
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It’s often been said to me, as a parent, blink and you’ll miss stuff. Well get a load of this thing.

Hand made from carbon fibre. A twin-turbo 3.8L V8 that cranks out 650 hp. A seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox that swaps gears in milliseconds. Rear-wheel drive. Convertible. Orange.

Like, really orange. Really, really orange. Orange enough to qualify as a Tropicana commercial.

Did I say blink and miss? Um, no. The 650S is, of course, as fast as all get out, but it also draws eyeballs like the best supercars do. Admittedly, some of the attention is of the, “Awesome! Wait, what is that?” variety, as shouted at me by a couple of bros in a battered Jetta, but sometimes there was just incoherent screaming. The guy with the full face tattoo really liked it. I exited stage left.

And then, the first speed trap. “Slow down!” screamed a cop on the side of the road, not-in-any-way-incoherently. I wasn’t even speeding. Thanks, orange car.

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Style comes in many shapes and sizes. Unless you’re BMW Motorrad. Then style comes in the following shapes and sizes: Wild and big.

The R1200R has all of that. Equal helpings of “style”, “wild” and “big” unite to form a bike that looks at once playful and menacing, and feel the same.

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In Picture: 2017 Audi R8
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The Audi R8 still surprises me. Coming from a car company that is synonymous with conservative design, impeccable interiors and technical prowess, it’s hard to believe they would put out such an outrageous and groundbreaking supercar, even 8 years after it arrived on our shores. Nonetheless, we had the good fortune to travel to Portugal with Audi to experience the new, second-generation R8, which is over a year away from arriving in Canada, but still a dramatic re-entry into the supercar segment for Audi.

Read more at http://autotrdr.ca/GcVUvT
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Aston Martin on the track
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I sincerely don’t know who would get bored driving an Aston Martin. The speed, the sound and the fury of every model in their line-up is downright intoxicating, and the brand lifts its middle finger to the efficiency of turbocharging and all-wheel drive.

Read more at http://autotrdr.ca/wtO5nz

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These days, branding is more important to car companies than ever – it’s why you’ll find ten times the number of ///M badges on a sporty BMW than you did a decade ago. Badges and emblems are, well, a badge of pride. They tell a story, signal a car’s intent.

Here’s a collection of a few of the more interesting ones we’ve come across. How many are familiar to you?
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It was in 1959 that the Mini made its debut in a world dominated by the oversize tailfins and other popular features of automobile models. The Mini was more than just a reaction against a popular trend. It had character, it had style, it had a small body perfect for narrow European roadways. It was this last ability, in fact, that 10 years later would win it a permanent place in popular culture that, as proven by its starring role in the multi-million-dollar blockbuster Pixels, it holds to this day. Here are just a few of the Mini’s big-screen roles.

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It’s often been said to me, as a parent, blink and you’ll miss stuff. Well get a load of this thing.

Hand made from carbon fibre. A twin-turbo 3.8L V8 that cranks out 650 hp. A seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox that swaps gears in milliseconds. Rear-wheel drive. Convertible. Orange.

Like, really orange. Really, really orange. Orange enough to qualify as a Tropicana commercial.

Did I say blink and miss? Um, no. The 650S is, of course, as fast as all get out, but it also draws eyeballs like the best supercars do. Admittedly, some of the attention is of the, “Awesome! Wait, what is that?” variety, as shouted at me by a couple of bros in a battered Jetta, but sometimes there was just incoherent screaming. The guy with the full face tattoo really liked it. I exited stage left.

And then, the first speed trap. “Slow down!” screamed a cop on the side of the road, not-in-any-way-incoherently. I wasn’t even speeding. Thanks, orange car.
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