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Overview PART 2
Worldwide Introductions European Introductions


Ford Fusion

Ford Fusion is the latest addition to Ford’s new generation of small cars.

Bill Ford at the press conference

Fusion distils the best aspects of small hatchbacks, MPVs and SUVs to become what Ford is calling an “Urban Activity Vehicle.”


Volvo ACC 2 concept


ACC2 concept with head of design Peter Horbury

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Porsche Cayenne

Wendelin Wiedeking CEO presenting the new Cayenne

With the Cayenne, Porsche is aiming to reach new horizons. There will be two versions of this third model line: the first is the Cayenne S with a 340-horsepower V8 engine and a maximum torque of 420 Newton-meters. The second will have a twin-turbo V8 engine developing 450 horsepower and the most remarkable peak torque of 620 Nm. The Cayenne Turbo will have a standard six-speed Tiptronic S transmission.

The Turbo model reaches 100 kilometers an hour from a standing start in only 5.6 seconds, and the speedometer needle doesn't stop until it reaches 266 kilometers an hour.


MG Rover (Tourer Concept Vehicle)

TCV is shown as an external full size model, combined with a dynamic virtual-reality demonstration of the ingeniuos interior package capabilities.

The launch of the TCV will be in 2004.


Tata Indiva

The I.DE.T Institute presents The Tata Indiva concept. It's a spacious 7-seater with an overall length of less than 4.3 metres. The most distinctive feature is the roof paanel which is in a "T" shape created by the sunroof. The "T" contains the on-board DVD player and screen for passenger entertainment.



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