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• Car lovers are in for a treat this year, with several manufactures launching performance derivatives locally. 

• BMW will unveil its M3 and M4 models, following the sale of the limited-edition M2 CS late last year.

• Audi's RS6 Avant and the Toyota GR Yaris are two cars that have garnered a lot of fanfare.

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