PHOTO CAPTION: Battery-powered Luxgen EV+ seats 7 passenger. No specifics on performance available.

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Published: 31-Dec-2009

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES -- Luxgen, Taiwan's first automobile brand is making its global debut at the Dubai International Motor Show, taking place 16 - 20 December 2009 at the Dubai World Trade Centre. On display is the full line-up of 4 unique Luxgen vehicles scheduled to become available in the GCC from Q4 2010. These Luxgen vehicles combine luxury, style, state of the art technology and forward thinking engineering philosophy.

Luxgen vehicles are engineered to 'Think Ahead' for their drivers. Armed with advanced technology designed by Taiwan's global smart phone leader HTC, Luxgen vehicles are equipped with a suite of advanced features to preempt road conditions and potential hazards. All Luxgen vehicles feature a state of the art onboard computer system, dubbed the 'Think+', which, for the first time ever, combines HTC smart technology and Windows CE Automotive interface.

'Think+' boasts six main attractive features, including video and audio entertainment, telecommunication, GPS navigation, safety alerts, owner exclusive applications and system settings. Additionally, the vehicles also feature: Eagle View+ (a 360 degree surround imaging system), Night Vision+ (light-enhancing forward-looking camerasystem), Side View+ (Blind spot Monitoring System nod LDWS+ (Lane Departure Warning System).


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