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    Containment in a Citroën Ami

    Citroën Ami, act III. After his presentation in Nanterre in February 2020 then our first test in Paris last August, I thought I had toured the Citroën Ami. Nay: many questions remained in me, the biggest of which is undoubtedly: what is the point? I used the 10 km allocated by our dear President in […] More

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    Porsche 718 Spyder Test Drive: Purity of Forgotten Pleasure

    There are trials that are more expected than others. You have, those who make you vibrate several weeks in advance, those who push you to do research on the Internet several days before to be sure to master the subject once on D-Day, those who prevent you from sleeping the day before and wake you […] More

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    Citroën C4 Purtech 130: the hybrid without electricity

    It was last summer that Citroën lifted the veil on a car that is part of its lineup, the third generation of its C4 compact sedan. If the second C4 was a wise evolution of its predecessor, Citroën chose to overturn the table. It’s indeed a whole new idea of ​​what a car in this […] More

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    Lexus LS500h 2021 Executive Innovation test: differentiating luxury

    More than a flagship model, the Lexus LS is also the flagship of the Japanese brand, which for more than 30 years has successfully established itself in the global automotive landscape as a premium manufacturer. At the start of 2017 at the Detroit Motor Show, Lexus lifts the veil on the fifth generation of its […] More

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    We tried the DS 9 4 × 4 360 hp in preview

    Four-wheel drive? 360 hp? In a French car? This is enticing. Come on board with us for a sneak preview in a development prototype of the DS 9 E-Tense 4 × 4 360… Let's put things straight: for a full test of the “civilian” DS 9, I suggest you click here without delay ; you […] More

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    Audi e-tron GT Quattro & RS e-tron GT test: going beyond the limits

    This is undoubtedly THE novelty of the brand with the rings in this first half of 2021. Audi is moving up a gear in its electrification strategy and unveils the production version of the famous e-tron GT Concept unveiled there is almost 3 years old at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Not content with becoming […] More

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    Ferrari 812 “Competizione”: der des ders?

    It's a little music that we hear often, for several years now. Big naturally aspirated engines are over. For V12s, the requiem should take place within a year or two. The count is quite fast, there are only 2 left in production: that of the Lamborghini Aventador and the Ferrari that equips the GTC4 Lusso […] More

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    Test: DS 9 E-Tense 225. My beautiful grief

    Driving the DS 9 gave me a strange feeling: that of being very happy and very sad at the same time. I went to try the new large French sedan in its plug-in hybrid version in Champagne and I'll tell you everything: Very happy… Driving the DS 9 did indeed make me very happy – […] More

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    Toyota GR Yaris Track test track: from rally to circuit

    At the end of November 2020, we had the honor and the privilege of being among the first French media to touch on one of the holy grails of the sports car of the last decade, the Toyota GR Yaris (first test to rediscover here). Awarded by many specialized magazines, the new Japanese bomb won […] More

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    Reviews on Sixt Rents Preferably to Women by Sarah

    It is absolutely absurd to write such bullshit about women, even under the pretext of a "joke" and even though the comments were made over a decade ago. You should all be extremely ashamed of yourselves, especially the author of this text. More

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