BMW has unveiled the all-new R 1200 R, which features some major changes compared to the motorcycle it replaces.
Do drivers in Asia prefer their supercars with less power and a more comfortable suspension set-up? McLaren clearly reckons that’s the case, because its new 625C has been created especially for the region.
Over the past few years Hyundai has made a big impression on Europe’s car market. Now, with the imminent arrival of the H350, the Korean manufacturer could soon be doing something similar to the light commercial vehicle segment.
While the Outlander PHEV boasts a clever hybrid powertrain, it sure does look dull. Perhaps finally realising this, Mitsubishi has created the Concept-S which is due to debut at next month’s Paris Motor Show.
Just a week after the Carbon Edition was announced, GMC has confirmed that another special version of its Sierra 1500 pick-up is due to arrive at dealers soon. This new one is called the Elevation Edition and it features various cosmetic tweaks as well as some extra equipment.
Next month’s Paris Motor Show will see the ultra efficient Citroën C4 Cactus Airflow 2L make its public debut. As the ‘2L’ part of that name suggests, the target was to achieve an average fuel consumption figure of 2.0 l/100km, which equates to 141 mpg.
Guests of the Louis XIII hotel in Macau, which is due to open in 2016, will get to ride in a chauffeur-driven Rolls-Royce Phantom. In fact thirty of the cars – all Extended Wheelbase models – have just been ordered by the new Cotai Strip venue.
Volkswagen is certainly making a concerted effort to celebrate 60 years of Transporter sales in the UK. Following the Sportline 60 special edition, which was unveiled in July, a Transporter 60 Anniversary Pack is now being offered too.
Without a doubt the all-new XE is an immensely important model for Jaguar. It has the potential to be the brand’s biggest seller and revenue-earner, but the compact executive segment is a tough market. Indeed, established rivals such as the Audi A4, BMW 3 Series, Cadillac ATS and Mercedes-Benz C-Class mean the British contender has to be much better than the defunct X-Type which it effectively replaces.
At first glance, the styling of the just-revealed fourth-generation Mazda MX-5 jars. The headlights seem too small, the bonnet profile has a weirdly pronounced kink and bulbous flanks appear to overwhelm the rear wheels.