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Lamborghini Estoque: More photos & video of 170mph saloon

Lamborghini Estoque: More photos & video of 170mph saloon

Say what you like about the Lamborghini Estoque concept - and some will love it, some will hate it - but it certainly sticks in your head.  Lamborghini's four-door 170mph saloon has been wowing crowds at the Paris autoshow, and Autoblog stopped by to grab some photos.  In the metal, the Estoque apparently works as a more coherent design, although they do suggest that it might have been rushed together to meet the deadline and could do with "a couple more drafts".

Videos and more photos of the Lamborghini Estoque after the cut

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Lamborghini Estoque four-door 170mph concept: in showrooms by 2011

Lamborghini Estoque four-door 170mph concept: in showrooms by 2011

When Porsche do it, I can cope.  Aston Martin I can deal with.  But a four-door saloon from Lamborghini?  That just sounds blasphemous.  However crippling economic climates demand stranger things, and so feast your eyes on the Lamborghini Estoque concept: a four-door, five meter long, V8-powered monster of a vehicle, predicted to hit showrooms in 2011 with a price-tag around $130,000.

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SlashGear Week in Review – Week 40 2008

SlashGear Week in Review – Week 40 2008

Biggest news this week has been in gaming, with Nintendo announcing the latest iteration of their DS handheld.  The DSi introduces new multimedia features - for instance a 3-megapixel camera - and an even thinner body, at the expense of battery life.  Don't get too excited, though; the US won't see the DSi until "well into" 2009.

In netbooks, ASUS slipped in a few new models at both the low and high-end of the market, with the Eee PC 900HA and 904HA offering bargain 160GB storage while the S101 corners the more-fashionable (and expensive) end.  That's a niche the ASUS N10 already occupies; that netbook ran the review gauntlet this week, proving "technologically clever" but simply too expensive.  ASUS - and MSI, whose Wind U90 was panned too - must be looking enviably at Gigabyte's M912M convertible touchscreen netbook, which was good enough to pull a credit card from the wallet of one reviewer.

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