There were reports earlier that the BMW M2 might make its world debut at the North American International Auto Show. However, it seems like the wait may be longer as according to fresh rumours, the car could be unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September 2015 instead.
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Mercedes has officially unveiled the Maybach S600 at the 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show yesterday. This marks the resurrection of the Maybach brand name after it was discontinued in 2012. The German carmaker has introduced the car in a top-spec variant as of now and it will be available for sale February 2015 onwards.
Audi has said Auf Wiedersehen to its flagship R8 super car in the most German way possible at the 2014 LA Auto Show. It has unveiled a more powerful version (and final) of the already powerful car. Dubbed the 2015 R8 competition, it is the last edition of what is considered to be the previous decade’s most economical supercars.
The Honda HR-V has made its American debut at the 2014 LA Auto Show. It was unveiled in late 2013 as the Vezel in Japan and is a crossover based on the Jazz hatchback. It will go on sale early next year in the USA and is basically the Japanese automaker’s entry into the rapidly expanding compact crossover segment.
The Fiat 500X crossover has been unveiled for the American market at the 2014 LA Auto Show. The Italian cousin of the jeep Renegade made its global debut at the 2014 Paris Motor Show. It shares all its underpinnings with the American crossover but looks completely different thanks to the Turin- based automaker’s world famous styling.
Hyundai first unveiled the 2015 Sonata in South Korea earlier this year. Since then, the D-segment sedan has made its way to a number of markets. It has now made its China debut at the ongoing Guangzhou Auto Show.
The Rolls-Royce Phantom Drophead coupe may well come across its fitting match if Bentley decides to put its newest concept on sale. The concept in question is the Grand Convertible which was recently unveiled by the British luxury automaker. It has now made its public debut at the ongoing Los Angeles Auto Show.
After Toyota and Honda, it’s the turn of Audi to go green and unveil an environmentally friendly sedan. The German automaker has taken the covers off the A7 Sportback h-tron which uses a plug-in hybrid setup with a fuel cell as its energy source.
BMW has announced that it will launch the new X5 M and the X6 M starting April next year. But before the official launch, the brand has presented the two high-performance SUVs at the ongoing Los Angeles Auto Show.
Tesla Motors is well known in the electric car industry. Few weeks ago, it made headlines across the world for making most of its patents public, as they believed this would benefit the electric car industry worldwide. Now it plans to enter the Indian market with a launch of a new car that has been codenamed – Tesla Model 3.