Images of Ferrari’s all-new 458 Spider leaked onto the internet last night thanks to Oldsmoboi on the Cheers and Gears forum.
You either love it or hate it, but you’d be hard pressed to argue that Nissan’s niche soft-roader had much in the way of road presence. From its startled-looking front lights to its clipped rear-end, Juke is one of the least likely villains on our roads.
In response to BMW’s M5, Kia will be unveiling a new sports saloon concept at the next month’s Frankfurt motor show. “In response..?” I hear you say, “I didn’t know there was a question that the Korean manufacturer needed to respond to..”
Lexus unveiled the new GS at the prestigious Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance in California this evening and in doing so introduced the new face of future Lexus models.
Inspired by the Lexus LF-Gh Concept, the new 2012 GS heralds a more engaging and dynamic driving focus for Toyota’s luxury brand.
Jaguar’s C-X16 production concept will make its global debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show on September 13, reigniting the hopes and desires of fans who have been patiently waiting for an F-Type.
Lotus are pulling out all the stops and launching two hardcore versions of the Exige and Evora, for the Pebble Beach automotive events this week at Monterey and Long Beach.
Details are scarce at the moment, very scarce. All we know is that it’s a new British car maker, based in London, that is due to launch on 14th September 2011 at the Frankfurt International Motor Show.
Is it just me or are electric driven cars becoming cool all of a sudden? Best not mention the Nissan Leaf, but in most other respects we’re seeing car makers innovating around the unique packaging formats afforded by compact electric drive systems and turning out some stunning designs.
The first in a whole new generation of Subaru crossover vehicle will be unveiled at the 64th Frankfurt Motor Show, September 13 – 25, 2011. The production Subaru XV, which was shown in concept form at the Auto Shanghai motor show in April, is said to remain true to the Concept and Subaru is confident that it will bring something fresh to the segment.
I’m sure I’m not alone in finding Mazda’s tech-speak a little challenging to decipher. We’ve become so used to such all-encompassing phrases such as Efficient Dynamics, Intelligent Performance and ECOnetic that initially Mazda’s SKYACTIV has me wondering if the Japanese car maker has invented some form of anti-gravitational device. And how does SKYACTIV fit with ZOOM-ZOOM? Or is that SO last decade?
Ferrari’s brand new flagship V12 four-seater, the FF, was driven by James Martin, celebrity chef and presenter of BBC’s ‘Saturday Kitchen’, at the famous Goodwood hillclimb course today.
If you’re looking for a reason to attend the Goodwood Festival of Speed next month, then look no further than the stunning cars being shown by Alfa Romeo this year.