Hyundai will reveal the new turbocharged version of its 1+2 door Veloster sports coupe at next week’s Geneva motor show, after we first saw it appear in one of the car maker’s Super Bowl ads last month, called “Cheetah”.
We saw a prototype of Audi’s A5 DTM challenger at the season finale in Hockenheim last year, but this is the real thing – the design which will now be frozen for the rest of the season.
After a successful premiere at the Detroit NAIAS Auto Show in January, Lexus’ hybrid 2+2 sport coupe makes its first European appearance at next week’s Geneva motor show.
Volkswagen will launch a GTI version of the new Volkswagen Golf cabriolet at next month’s Geneva motor show, making this only the second GTI Cabriolet in the Golf’s 38-year history.
The Shooting Brake design used to be the preserve of bespoke Aston Martins built for country gents and owners of wealthy Arab states, but now Jaguar has chosen the format for its most versatile model, the XF Sportbrake.
MINI’s four-door Countryman becomes the sixth member of the range to join the JCW family, and the first to combine the extra fizz with MINI’s ALL4 all-wheel drive system.
I predicted last week that the launch of the Volvo V40 will be a more significant event for most of us than Ferrari’s F620, which is officially unveiled tomorrow.
When Infiniti announced their FX Sebastian Vettel Crossover last year, I’m sure I wasn’t the only person who thought, “..surely they could develop something a bit more ‘in keeping’ with speed and drama of Formula One”?
Range Rover will gauge reaction to its Evoque Convertible Concept at the Geneva motor and assess the potential for what could be another niche SUV model, joining the existing 3-door Coupe and 5-door Evoque.
Don’t get bogged down in the name – M135i – or try and correlate its powerplant with that of the previous generation 1 M. This is a straight six twin-turbocharged 1 Series from the new BMW M Performance range, that recently brought us the M550d and M50d X6/X5.
Earlier this week, Audi released details of its updated RS 5, featuring the latest A5 range enhancements plus a revamped equipment list.
There really wasn’t much to say, hence the reason why we didn’t cover it – but I’m a sucker for a sexy video
With Bruno Senna now out of reach at Williams F1, new boy Kimi Raikkonen has been roped in to sell a few cars for CEO Dany Bahar.