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Flash floods in Singapore leave exotics submerged

Ferrari and Lambo in flood in Singapore

A flash flood in a major shopping district of Mount Elizabeth, Singapore, not only left the local mall engulfed in water but also an exotic-car collection worth millions of dollars submerged in a parking garage. The estimated value of the damage is especially high considering the cost of car ownership for Singaporeans. The cause behind the flooding is not known but this is not the first time the area has become flooded following heavy rainstorms.

[via The New Paper]

Rolls-Royce Ghost and BMWs in Singapore flood

Porsche 911 GT3 RS in Singapore flood

Aston Martin Vantage in Singapore flood

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Audi to install "helmet cams" in service centers for customers

Audi has announced that it will be outfitting its mechanics with cameras and two-way radios in service centers throughout the U.K. in order to give its customers a better understanding of what kind of work is being done to their cars. After a pilot program proved successful, Audi decided to move forward with the project in order to make the diagnosis and repair of its vehicles more transparent and to separate it from its competitors which “are often accused of baffling customers with science.” No word yet if this is better than being blinded with science.

Audi Service Cam

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Posted by: Benjamin Greene
Posted on: 7/7/2010 at 2:44 AM
Categories: Audi
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