The Steam punk(ish) Nissan IDx concept car may actually go into production and revive the famous Silvia moniker. The production version of this car is expected to be influenced by the Sports Sedan Concept but is expected to keep a lot of retro-futuristic looks.
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Mercedes-Benz USA has started rolling out the 2015 model year CLA and with that, the German automaker has also announced a price hike of up to 5 per cent over the existing model. The compact luxury sedan is now more expensive than its arch rival – the Audi A3.
The next generation BMW X1 has been spotted on test in Europe. These set of spy shots show the car with a little less of its psychedelic camouflage and reveal a few more details about the car including the overall design.
Volkswagen has launched the facelifted version of the Jetta in South Africa, with prices starting at R 258,000 (Rs 13.93 lakh), going all the way till R 358,000 (Rs 19.33 lakh). The conservatively styled D-segment offering is due for launch in India sometime next year.
Japanese luxury automaker Lexus has earned its name for making extremely luxurious vehicles, however, the brand recently stepped into the performance side of things with the V8-powered RC F coupe, and going by the response from the global media, it’s been a fairly successful attempt.
Hyundai's small hatchback, the i10, will soon be used in the taxi market in Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Bengaluru. The manufacturer is readying the hatchback to be introduced in the taxi segment as a black and yellow city-taxi.
After turning the heat on the competition with the new S-Class and the C-Class, Mercedes-Benz will introduce its upcoming new E-Class in 2016. A prototype of the same was clicked by our spies while undergoing cold weather testing in Europe.
The production version of the highly anticipated Honda NSX will make its world debut at the 2015 Detroit Motor Show. The car will be unveiled on January 12 to the public; however, it will be making its debut as the Acura NSX for the US market.
An announcement made by Volkswagen Group Malaysia (VGM) managing director, Armin Keller suggests that the company will adopt a new nomenclature for VW cars sold in the Asian markets. All VW cars will get an additional badge along with the existing ones. This new badge will be based on the torque output of the engine.
Come February 2015 and BMW will launch the new 2 Series convertible in Europe. When launched, the sporty model will join the coupe and the Active Tourer in the line-up, with prices starting at around £29,000 (Rs 28 lakh). The 2 Series convertible replaces the older 1 Series derivative which, according to BMW, was the most successful car in its class with sales of more than 1.3 lakh units.