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In pictures: British Motor Show

Kamala K360R

The Kamala K360R is a British built sports car which is made in Norfolk.

Alfa Romeo MiTo

Italian carmaker Alfa Romeo Romeo has the Mini in its sights with its first small car in more than 20 years.

Alfa Romeo MiTo

The MiTo is expected to go on sale in the UK at the start of 2009 with a price tag of around 12,000.

Vauxhall Insignia

Vauxhall's new Insignia, starting at 15,935, will replace the Vectra as the company's main mid-size car.

Selection of cars

More than 600 cars are on display at the exhibition, which will be displayed at the ExCel conference centre in London from 23 July to 3 August.

Lotus

The new Lotus Evora is expected to go on sale in 2009 priced at between 45,000 and 60,000. Kelly Rowland and Jamiroquai singer Jay Kay are among the celebs said to have signed up for a test drive.

Toyota IQ

Toyota reckons its IQ, aimed squarely at the Smart Car market, will emit less than 95g/km of CO2, putting it in the zero bracket for road tax.

Toyota Hybrid X

Toyota's Hybrid X is not the only mid-size prototype at the show to feature double swinging doors.

Nice car

Norwegian car maker Nice will start selling its two-seater electric cars in the UK next year starting at 8,995.

Ford Fiesta

Ford's latest version of the Fiesta goes on sale in October starting at 8,695. More expensive versions emit 98g/km of CO2 putting them in the zero band for road tax.

Renault Megane

A new sport version of the Renault Megane comes with grooved brake discs and a carbon fibre bonnet.



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