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2004 MG X-power SV-R. Image by MG.

Snippet: An even more hardcore MG with an even higher price tag - 2004 MG Xpower SV-R
MG released pictures of the new XPower SV-R this week, resplendent in startling 'Orange Fire' paintwork and carbon fibre side air vents. The SV-R is biased towards the (presumably quite rich) trackday enthusiast, with lowered double wishbone suspension and 385bhp from its 5.0-litre V8. The XPower SV-R is well-equipped too, though thankfully has a weight saving carbon fibre body shell to compensate... Prices for the SV-R start from 83,000.
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2004 Rolls-Royce 100EX concept. Image by Rolls-Royce.

Snippet: Rolls-Royce convertible gets the green light - 2007 Rolls-Royce Convertible
It has been officially confirmed that the Rolls-Royce 100EX concept car shown at the 2004 Geneva Show previews a new convertible production car to be built at Goodwood. Though smaller than the gargantuan concept, the new 2-door, 4-seater will be based on the aluminium spaceframe under the skin of the Phantom, and will share its 6.75-litre V12 engine. Surprisingly, we won't see the car until 2007.
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2004 Rover 75 Coupe concept. Image by Rover.

News: Rover 75 Coupe concept - how Rover should be - 2004 Rover 75 Coupe concept
Rover has produced an elegant 75 Coupe to commemorate its centenary year. It looks the part.
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2004 MG GT Concept. Image by MG.

News: MG teases the masses - 2004 MG GT concept
MG has shown the GT concept - a hard-top TF. It looks great, and is powered by a V6 engine. Please make it Rover...
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2004 Bentley Continental GT. Image by Bentley.

Review: Bentley Continental GT review - 2004 Bentley Continental GT
Once upon a time, a car's identity was buried deep in its DNA. In these days of multi-national parts and platform sharing, brands are born in a marketing memo, and then programmed onto a computer chip. Even the most discerning car hack struggles to tell where a Mercedes SLK ends and a Chrysler Crossfire begins.
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2004 Kia Picanto. Image by Shane O' Donoghue.

Review: Kia Picanto review - 2004 Kia Picanto (1.0 GS)
You may not remember the last super-mini from Kia; it was a previous generation Mazda 121 re-badged as the Kia Pride. Believe me when I tell you that its owners were more proud of the algae living in their ponds. The Pride was not a good car. Kia still makes value for money cars, but no longer relies on Japanese manufacturers' cast offs.
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2004 WV Golf GT FSi. Image by Shane O' Donoghue.

Review: VW Golf GT FSI review - 2004 Volkswagen Golf (GT FSI 5-door)
As befits the 'car of the people' tag, the Golf has been VW's bread and butter ever since the launch of the iconic original in 1976. The marketplace has changed drastically since then, and so has the Golf. The fifth generation Golf reviewed here is unrecognisable from the pert and compact original, yet it is as important as ever to Volkswagen's financial security.
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2004 Porsche Carrera GT. Image by Robert Farago.

Review: Carrera GT driven to the limit - 2004 Porsche Carrera GT
Imagine you've driven 165mph in a Volkswagen Phaeton W12 on a derestricted German autobahn. Now imagine you're driving a Porsche Carrera GT on a three-lane American highway with no traffic, one mile visibility and perfect weather. Do you put the hammer down?
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2004 Citroen Xsara WRC. Image by Citroen.

Motorsport: Au revoir to the WRC? - 2005
Peugeot and Citroen bid au revoir to the WRC, leaving a gaping hole in the championship.
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2005 Aston Martin DBR9. Image by Aston Martin.

Motorsport: Aston Martin wins the GT series on looks - 2005 Aston Martin DBR9
Aston Martin plans to be a serious contender in the 2005 FIA GT series with the stunning DBR9 racecar.
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