October 2000
Motor;Oct2000, p128
Reports the impact of the Internet industry on automobile marketing. Target market of supercar manufacturers; Plan of Porsche to create a twin-turbo V8 engine; Model of the Mercedes SLR automobile; Revival of Lamborghini under the Audi company.


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