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roadster

an open car, esp one seating only two
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The all-new Roadster is the sixth model in Mazda's new-generation lineup of vehicles featuring the full range of SKYACTIV TECHNOLOGY and KODO-Soul of Motion design.
5-litre petrol engine and is available in two versions, Roadster and Roadster GT.
Race car technology runs through the DNA of the V12 Vantage S Roadster with, for instance, CNC machined combustion chambers and hollow camshafts two examples of track technology.
As with its coupe sibling, race car technology runs through the DNA of the V12 Vantage S Roadster with, for instance, CNC machined combustion chambers and hollow camshafts two examples of track technology ples of track technology extending through to the road.
The MINI Roadster was launched in the UK in April 2012 and the two seat soft-top has exceeded initial sales expectations.
Enter the MINI Roadster, the latest and - unquestionably - sexiest model ever to roll off the famous Oxford production line.
Locating in Oslo underscores Tesla's commitment to Norway, and also provides a great place to learn more about Roadster and Model S, our exciting new premium electric sedan.
Based on the recently launched MINI Coupe, the British-built roadster is seen as a serious rival to the likes of sports car icon the Mazda MX-5 and the upcoming Citroen DS3 cabrio.
The new Roadster is improved in both design and technology.
With its combination of high-level car enthusiasts and interest and appreciation of cutting edge technology, Japan is a natural market for the Roadster,'' Tesla chief executive officer Elon Musk said in a statement.
The event was officially launched with a toast from a 20-year old Roadster owner, who had been born the same year as the iconic vehicle was launched.