Audi has pooled the genes of its rugged allroad models and its forthcoming e-tron hybrids to create a futuristic new crossover concept for this week’s North American Auto Show in Detroit. Its powerful hybrid drive features two electric motors linked to conventional 2.0 TFSI. It will do 0-62mph in 4.6 seconds, has a 155mph limited top speed, 149mpg and 45g/km CO2, and a 502-mile driving range.
A new Toyota coupe concept appeared at the Detroit motor show. The new FT-1 concept is the result of Toyota’s mission to create the ultimate sports car.
The Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge, revealed at the Detroit show, is a concept car that expresses Infiniti’s design vision of a high-performance Q50 premium sports sedan.
Porsche at Detroit is presenting the latest addition to the iconic 911 sports coupé family: the 911 Targa.
Harking back to the glory days of purebred, affordable sports cars, Kia unveiled the brand’s most aggressive concept car when wraps came off the GT4 Stinger.
Bentley unveiled a new limited edition model exclusively for European customers, the Birkin Mulsanne.
BYD has officially launched its Qin model in China, a new and high-tech, performance-based hybrid car intended to target key world markets. European availability of a renamed model is planned for early 2015.
The New Citroën Grand C4 Picasso stands out as the most practical, the most versatile and the most elegant product offering in the seven-seat compact MPV segment.
It seems like only yesterday when the last WRX STI was sold in the UK amid an outcry of sentiment on the sad loss of this iconic model. Less than one year on, Subaru confirms the new WRX STI is coming to these shores. It will be priced at £28,995 when it hits showrooms in May, £4,000 cheaper than its predecessor.
A year after the debut of new international car brand Qoros and its first production car, the company will stage the world premiere of its second production model, the Qoros 3 Hatch, at the Geneva International Motor Show on in March.