The mid-engine 4C car to return Alfa Romeo brand to U.S.
Done in shooting brake body style, the one-off Rapide show car was commissioned by undisclosed third party,
Not sports car, but rather car for sports-oriented drivers who prefer lower center of gravity of sedan combined with flexibility and roominess of SUV.
Both Stingray coupe and convertible hit global markets in 2013, with left-hand-drive models to be offered in Europe, including the U.K., and the Middle East, Japan and Russia.
Dacia unveils Logan MCV wagon.
3- and 5-door hatchbacks powered by new, 4-cyl. turbocharged 1.6L direct-injection gasoline engine producing 201 hp.
The one-off model made of carbon fiber and light alloys, with mission of setting record in low weight among today’s supercars.
Three copies of the spectacular one-off will be produced, with the model billed as both “a racing prototype and road-going super sports car.”
A45 AMG squeezes 360 hp and 332 lb.-ft. of torque out of an all-new 2.0L direct-injected twin-scroll-turbocharged 4-cyl. engine.
Pininfarina-designed Ferrari Sergio show car rumored to produce 1,000 hp.
Sedan one of three Qoros models bowing in Geneva.
Renault says car cross between SUV, minivan and hatchback in terms of look, space and driving characteristics.
Wraith’s bold design statement, with strong lines and taut body panels, combined with dramatically raked rear glass, mark huge departure for brand.
Mid-engine 2-door Spyker B6 features aluminum-intensive chassis and 375-hp V-6 engine. Production begins early 2014 for markets in Europe, Middle East, Asia-Pacific and India, followed in fall 2014 for U.S.
Golf Estate up to 231 lbs. lighter than predecessor and for first time available with fuel-efficient TDI BlueMotion diesel.
Superlight, aerodynamic XL1 slated for limited production (1,000 units per year) at auto maker’s Osnabruck, Germany, plant,
Italdesign’s Lambo Parcour features 550-hp engine.
Passenger-van segment to grow 70% in next five years, Ford says.
Near-luxury Cascada 4-seat midsize convertible positioned atop Opel lineup.
Auto makers are pulling the covers off everything from one-off exotics to mainstream CUVs and sedans at this week's Geneva auto show.
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