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Volvo V60 Cross Country

Volvo predicts crossover estate sector growth – thanks to the SUV

Volvo V60 Cross CountryVolvo believes the crossover estate sector, which it claims to have created in 1997 with the V70 Cross Country, is set for growth as compact SUV buyers begin to look for alternatives.  Read more

Audi Prologue

Audi Prologue previews new A6, A7 and A8 says boss

Audi PrologueThe acclaimed Audi Prologue concept car revealed at the 2014 LA Motor Show will influence the new A6, A7 and A8, Audi technical director Ultrich Hackenberg confirmed at the show – because the design of all three cars has already been signed off.  Read more

Shelby GT350 Mustang

Best cars of the 2014 LA Motor Show

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2014 LA Auto Show review

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Porsche 918 Spyder

Porsche 918 Spyder now officially sold out

Porsche 918 SpyderPorsche has revealed at the 2014 LA Motor Show that the 918 Spyder supercar has sold out, with the final model from the 918-strong production run ordered a few days ago. Read more

JLR justDrive 'super app'

JLR launches justDrive in-car connectivity ‘super app’

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MINI offers Spotify integration with its connected apps

MINI offers Spotify integration with its connected apps

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Good news for music-loving MINI drivers (unless you’re a Taylor Swift fan) – you’ll now be able to access your Spotify playlists through the car’s infotainment system.

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The typical car enthusiast is an arrogant UKIP supporter

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The typical car enthusiast is a grumpy old man who lives on the South Coast and listens to AC/DC, research by YouGov has found.

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What would you buy instead of this £205,000 Range Rover?

What would you buy instead of this £205k Range Rover?

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This is Overfinch’s latest Range Rover. It’ll cost you £205,000, and features a fancy sliding boot floor and carbonfibre inserts in the bumpers. Its long wheelbase means it’s arguably the ultimate SUV to be driven around in, while Jeeves can have some fun on the way home too, thanks to the sports exhaust which can be tweaked via Bluetooth.

What would you buy instead of this £205,000 Range Rover?

But what else could you buy for £205,000? Well, we’ve had a few ideas – a used Ferrari F12, for example, or a three-bedroom bungalow in Cheshire. But we decided to put it to Twitter, and you guys came up with some incredible alternatives…

Bizarrely, it would seem a number of Twitter users harbour a deep desire to set up an indoor skate park. Well, what else would you do with over £200k?

While others fancy experiencing air travel…

…but some would prefer to travel by water.

Strangely, steam seems to be an alternative option for some of you.

While others fancy themselves behind the wheel of a tank…

It’s not all modes of transport, however. Some of you really managed to think outside the box, starting with a wine cellar.

A few others fancy somewhere to keep their expensive toys.

Others would indulge in expensive music equipment.

While some were much more sensible.

There we have it – just a few of the whacky ways Twitter users would spend £205,000. Have you got any better suggestions? Drop us a tweet at @Editorial_MR or leave a comment below.