Launched towards the end of last year, the Lagonda Taraf was originally intended only for Middle Eastern markets. That's no longer the case, because Aston Martin has just announced a significant strategy change.
As anticipated, a racing version of the Mercedes-AMG GT is set to be unveiled at this month's Geneva Motor Show. Given that the new car has been built to comply with FIA GT3 regulations, it's simply known as the Mercedes-AMG GT3.
Although the 2015 M4 DTM looks virtually identical to last season's car, that's understandable because the homologation regulations didn't permit any major changes. Nevertheless, BMW Motorsport has continued with detailed development work in order to improve its racer.
Just 24 examples of the Aston Martin Vulcan hypercar are going to be produced. Intended for circuit use only, the exclusive ownership experience is set to involve driver training and special events.
Compact MPVs aren't the most exciting things, but plenty of families value their versatility. Consequently the arrival of an all-new Volkswagen Touran is a significant event for a sizeable contingent of real-world car buyers.
If the Mercedes-Benz S 63 AMG or S 65 AMG Coupés simply aren't powerful enough, then Brabus now has a solution. Its latest creation, called the 850 6.0 Biturbo Coupé, takes an all-wheel drive S 63 AMG 4Matic and applies a comprehensive makeover.
Porsche's recently-announced Cayman GT4 already has another rival. The Lotus Evora 400, which is claimed to be the brand's fastest ever road-going car, gains an upgraded engine and a mild facelift.
A new range-topping trim grade for the Hilux pick-up has been launched by Toyota. Named Invincible X, it basically takes the existing Invincible model and adds some extra equipment.
Matte black paintwork and an almost complete lack of chrome give the Indian Chief Dark Horse a distinctly sinister look. The new cruiser also features cast wheels, unique tank graphics, a single vinyl-covered seat and blacked-out components.
Nissan is calling its 370Z Nismo Roadster Concept a “one-off design study created to gauge market interest”, but the chances of a production version appearing soon must be extremely high.
In creating the 2 Series Gran Tourer, BMW has followed a fairly simple process: take a 2 Series Active Tourer, give its wheelbase a slight stretch, add some extra bodywork at the rear and then make the roofline a few centimetres higher.
Rolls-Royce has once again turned to its Bespoke division to create a limited edition. The latest, called Nighthawk, is based on the Phantom Drophead Coupé and it’ll be offered in North America only.
Vauxhall has unveiled a revamped Corsa VXR. The new model, which will be sold across the rest of Europe as the Opel Corsa OPC, is set to make its public debut at next month’s Geneva Motor Show.