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With over 100 dealerships nationwide, representing 20 prestige automotive manufacturers, there's always something going on at Sytner Group. Get all the latest news from around the Group and the automotive world here.

Chris Gerdes aims to teach driverless cars how to make ethical decisions.
Sytner Sutton Coldfield MINI is moving to Tamworth.
700bhp and 500lb ft of torque, all from a car made by a 3D-Printer.
Qualcomm are working to make wires a thing of the past.
Police have announced they will be removing the 'speed limit buffer'.
Audi partnership sees them put a vehicle on the Moon.
Terrafugia end the age old problem of flying cars needing a runway.
Bridgestone Tyres are aiming to make punctures a thing of the past.
Lexus unveil the latest element of their 'Amazing in Motion' campaign.
This odd looking little car could end the commute as we know it.
Slovakian company 'AeroMobil' aim to have a flying car on your drive as soon as 2017.
Selling only the finest classic and sports cars, we introduce to you Graypaul Classic Cars.
After years of planning, the all-new Guy Salmon Stockport opens its doors.
Mercedes-Benz UK award Sytner North East their Customer Service Award for 2014.
Lamborghini introduce the incredible new Aventador LP 750-4 SV at Geneva.
Idris Elba proves the Jaguar XE is as efficient as it is sporty with epic road trip.
Shell and Paypal team up to bring the future of fuel payment.
The Sytner Photographer shoots a very special Gallardo.
Guy Salmon Land Rover Knutsford throw a winter BBQ and family day.
The 850bhp LMP1 racing car powered solely by electricity.
Guy Salmon Ascot embrace #HIBERNOT at The Royal County of Berkshire Polo Club.
Xu Zhiyun got bored of traffic, his solution was to build the world's smallest car.
Pirelli are almost ready to release the world's first 'Smart Tyre'.
Trion Nemesis set to offer 2000bhp and a special 'Predator mode'.
US Government plan to monitor all cars on the road at all times.
Back to the Future predicted it but could it become reality?
A new research effort is looking to make Carbon Fibre more accessible.
3D printing, could it be the future of automotive manufacturing?
Police in America are testing a new radar gun that can tell when you're on your phone.
GM look to mass produce cars with head and eye tracking technology.
Volvo move closer to their 2020 safety aims with a purpose built facility.
Nokia take a step into the automotive world with an aim to develop Car-to-Car tech.
Did you think the 270mph Venom GT was fast enough? Hennessey don't.
Dunlop challenge the world's greatest motorsport designers to create a vision of the future.
The UK Government have announced that they will allow autonomous cars.
Dusseldorf Airport has started using a new method of executive parking - Robotic Valet.