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Vantablack - one of the darkest man-made substance known on earth - definitely works, as this BMW exhibit at the Frankfurt motor show proves. Even though this photo was snapped by a phone with rather capable light-enhancing night mode, you cant see any lines or contours on the new X6s curvaceous body. The human model is presumably there to act as a juxtapose, but we cant possibly explain the rationale for those purple gloves nor this exercise on the whole. #BMW #X6 #Vantablack

Vantablack - one of the darkest man-made substance known on earth - definitely works, as this BMW exhibit at the Frankfurt motor show proves. Even though this photo was snapped by a phone with rather capable light-enhancing 'night mode', you can't see any lines or contours on the new X6's curvaceous body. The human model is presumably there to act as a juxtapose, but we can't possibly explain the rationale for those purple gloves nor this exercise on the whole. #BMW #X6 #Vantablack ... See MoreSee Less

 

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It's for the 'Sith Edition' models coming out at the end of the year...

But why tho

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Top 5 cars of the IAA Frankfurt motor show 2019, and they are all electric. There's no turning back now. ... See MoreSee Less

IAA Frankfurt motor show 2019 is all about the next step in electrification and sustainability, it comes as no surprise that the press shuttles that roam silently between the halls (they can be quite a walk if you carry heavy gear) are fully electric and hail from various brands, including this Mercedes-Benz EQC. #MercedesBenz #EQC #IAA2019 ... See MoreSee Less

Photo gallery of the Mercedes-Benz Vision EQV concept, befitting of an all-electric 'S-Class'. #MercedesBenz #IAA2019 ... See MoreSee Less

Mercedes-Benz Vision EQS: the forthcoming flagship of Mercedes all-electric line up based on a new dedicated EV platform. Nice? #MercedesBenz #IAA2019

Mercedes-Benz Vision EQS: the forthcoming flagship of Mercedes' all-electric line up based on a new dedicated EV platform. Nice? #MercedesBenz #IAA2019 ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Like a salamander with a bent back

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If Cycle & Carriage Bintang's newly upgraded Autohaus at Mutiara Damansara isn't one of the poshest showrooms in Malaysia, we don't know what is. Revamped at a cost of RM16 million and sporting Mercedes-Benz's latest 'brand presence', the Mutiara Damansara Autohaus showcases a striking mix of technology and hospitality that will no doubt raise the standard of premium automobile ownership. Cycle & Carriage Bintang Autohaus facilities in Johor Baru, Ipoh and Alor Setar are currently undergoing upgrades and are expected to be launched before the end of the year. #MercedesBenzMalaysia #CycleCarriageBintang ... See MoreSee Less

Lynk & Co wouldn't be the first Chinese-owned brand to hold a Nurburgring record, but the manner which they achieved it with their motorsport partner Cyan Racing (formerly known as Polestar, a brand Volvo acquired for their electric division) was pretty devastating.

The 03 Cyan Concept sedan, based on the front-wheel drive WTC Cup race car and powered by a 528hp/504Nm 2.0-litre turbocharged 4-cylinder engine mated to a 6-speed sequential 'box, has just smashed the FWD and four-door saloon records in one swift swoop with a time of 7:20.143 around the full 20.8km North Loop; beating Renault Megane R.S. Trophy-R's FWD record by 20 seconds and Jaguar Project 8's four-door saloon mark by 3 seconds on the slightly shorter version of the same track. (Watch here: youtu.be/M3e69sptwvE)

The Lynk & Co 03 Cyan Concept sedan rides on the Volvo/Geely jointly developed CMA platform which also underpins the Volvo XC40 (and all upcoming 40-series models) as well as the new Geely Xing Yue crossover, but not the much-speculated Proton X50 as that is expected to be based on the B-segment BMA platform. Clear? #LynkCo03 #CyanRacing #Geely #Volvo
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