Mercedes-Benz has displayed the 2016 AMG GT at the ongoing New York Auto Show in the US. The AMG GT is the successor to the German manufacturer’s illustrious supercar, the SLS AMG, and the second sports car to be designed completely in-house by Mercedes-Benz’s skunk works division - AMG.
Honda has showcased the 2016 Acura NSX at the ongoing New York Auto Show in the US. The original NSX was the mid-engined supercar which was sold between 1990 and 2005. While the original NSX had earned the reputation of being an ‘everyday supercar’, the host of technologies and performance that the new NSX packs might make it a bit more exclusive.
Hyundai India has announced that it has registered 12.9 per cent increase in domestic sales. The company sold 39,525 units last month as compared to 35,003 units in the corresponding month last year.
Nissan India has announced that their overall sales have increased by 24.2 per cent in FY 2014. The company sold 47,474 units in the last financial year as compared to 38,220 units in FY 2013.
2016 Porsche Boxster Spyder is a simplistic driver’s car with no frills attached. It omits many necessities of the modern world, concentrating purely on the task at hand – offering motoring pleasures with the top down.
Jaguar revealed the next generation XF in a dramatic way last week, ahead of its public debut at the New York Auto Show. While the things on paper were already looking promising, we now have more details and some nice pictures from the venue in New York.
The Honda HR-V crossover has been showcased at the 2015 New York Auto Show. The car made its debut at the 2014 LA Auto Show and is will go on sale in the US market in just a short while. It is based on the Jazz hatchback and has been on sale in the Japanese market as the Vezel since late 2013.
Ford has showcased the latest performance-oriented iteration of its iconic muscle car – the Mustang. Called Mustang Shelby GT350R, this new model is a track-focussed lightweight version of the standard GT350.
The new Ford GT has been showcased at the ongoing New York Auto Show. The 2016 Ford GT will be the third model to sport the iconic moniker since the first Ford GT broke Ferrari’s dominance in the 24 hours of LeMans in 1966.