Which car will be crowned at 2013 World Car Awards?
Porsche Cayman:When Porsche launched the original Cayman, many were suspicious that it was a cynical act by a company that was less interested in building performance cars and more interested in making a car that was simply easier to afford than the flagship 911. And while, in terms of speed and performance it does seem to sit exactly between the Boxster and the 911, there's no doubting that it is a very able and exciting edition to the Porsche family and one that, with a little bit of after-market tinkering, on top of an initial outlay of $53,000 could eat a 911 for breakfast. Photo:AFP
This year has been rather unforgettable for most in the domestic automobile industry. Sales have been sluggish, sentiment has been low, excitement lower and footfalls at showrooms the lowest. Yet, as is always the case there are some that flow against the tide. Not many new cars have struck gold ...
Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel won the Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday to chalk up a record ninth victory in a row, and 13th of the Formula One season.
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