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    Mid-engined Aston Martin supercar, 2012-spec GT-R and Subaru concept ...

    From the country best known for Lego comes a very exciting new Aston Martin-engined supercar. Very appropriately dubbed the Bulldog GT, this spectacular machine comes from the same designers that also produced the Zenvo GT a few years ago. Built to the specific order of a customer, the Bulldog GT features an Aston Martin V12 based engine. Mounted amidships and equipped with two superchargers, it produces an impressive 675 hp. Already some time in the making, the development is expected to last a further twelve months with the first test drives scheduled for early 2013. The first pictures show that the Danish designers have incorporated more than just the Aston Martin engine. We will keep you posted on future developments.
    At next month's Tokyo Motor Show, Nissan will release the 2012 specification of the GT-R sports car. Compared to the previous edition, it sports a revised engine that produces both more power and torque, while at the same time requiring less fuel. Also new for the 2012 model is the 'Track Pack', which includes performance like revised suspension and carbon-ceramic discs. In Japan the 2012 GT-R will be available from November 24th. Also on display will be the Subaru Advanced Tourer Concept. This show car is powered by a hybrid drivetrain that consists of a direct injection flat four engine and a CVT gearbox.
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    2013 Bulldog GT - Images, Specifications and Information

    2012 Nissan GT-R - Images, Specifications and Information

    2011 Subaru Advanced Tourer Concept - Images, Specifications and Information - Google+ | Facebook
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