After a series of leaks during the past few days, the leak has turned into a downpour leading Mercedes to release official pictures of the new C-Class Coupé, ahead of its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month.
You’d be forgiven for getting a little confused over the nomenclature and purpose of BMW’s recent concept vehicles – it all started with BMW Efficient Dynamics, which is the long-term programme to productionise BMW’s energy efficiency improvements within the cars it sells in the showroom, delivering more performance whilst using less fuel.
Do you remember the FT-86 Concept? The compact Toyota coupe that revived our deep longings for a modern-day Hachi-Roku (AE86 Corolla Coupe) and was coined Toyobaru, due to the fact that the compact rear-drive sports coupe was being jointly developed by Toyota and Subaru.
After all the leaks of last weekend, Pagani have understandably decided to unveil the new Huayra ahead of schedule and forego the charade of teasing us in the run up to the Geneva Auto Salon. So, here is the Pagani Huayra, successor to the Zonda and the second model to bear the name of its creator, Horacio Pagani.
We were beginning to tire of Pagani’s teaser videos of its forthcoming Huayra and it seems we weren’t alone – a magazine spread leaked out on Friday, followed by an official photo and more spreads from the Spanish edition of CAR magazine.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of one of the most famous and desirable cars in automotive history – the Jaguar E-Type, and Jaguar will be celebrating this special anniversary year at high-profile motoring events throughout 2011.
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The all-new Range Rover Evoque has entered its final phase of testing, with hundreds of prototype models dispatched around the globe for trial in…
The Cayenne grows up and becomes a bit of a Swan… sort of.
A high-revving 4.2 litre V8 delivering 444 bhp, a 7-speed S tronic box as standard and an optional sport differential.
Audi’s RS5 loads up its 450 bhp V8 and goes gunning for BMW’s M3.
It’s all in a very good cause, but did Lotus really ‘have to’ pimp up the Evora?