Category: New Cars

Renault release news on the new Clio facelift range

First images of the facelifted Renault Clio have been released, and they come ahead of the global debut at the Gevena Motor Show. The new Clio III will feature a mid-life makeover, and this will bring the model in line with Renault’s latest models. The Clio III will feature a GT sport version which will bring it closer to the […]

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Infiniti will reveal a new performance concept car in Geneva

Nissan’s premium brand, Infiniti, will celebrate their 20th anniversary with a world debut of a new performance concept car. The concept will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show. Apparently “the dramatic concept car will be an inspiring exploration into the brand’s future.”

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A few more details on the new Citroen DS range

New reports have said that Citroen are planning to restart their DS line-up from the 1950’s. The resurrection will celebrate the French companies 90th birthday, on the 5th of February. The plans will feature cars similar to the DS line-up, but no model will feature the DS name. Reports are saying that the first DS model will arrive in early […]

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The new 600-hp Hulme CanAm Supercar

A new supercar has hit the tarmac, and it is called the Hulme CanAm. The Hulme CanAm was built by a Mr. Jock Freemantle, and he said that it a life long dream to build his own car. Denny Hulme is a man from New Zealand, and he won the F1 title in 1967 before winning the Can-Am championship a […]

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Alpina B7 has been caught undisguised

The 2009 Alpina B7 has been caught by spy photographers whilst traveling on a public road. The Aplina is well known for using multispoke wheels, having a new custom made interior with special metallic hue patented as “Alpina Blue” to match the exterior colours of the car. It seems that a part from a few small details, the new B7 […]

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Aston Martin V12 Vantage – Details and Images before Geneva

British automaker, Aston Martin, have revealed the details and a few pictures of their new V12 Vantage, prior to its unveiling at the 2009 Geneva Motor Show. According to the automaker, the V12 Vantage is the fastest, most agile Vantage ever produced by the company. Aston Martin’s V12 Vantage is based on the V12 Vantage concept from the last Geneva […]

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Vauxhall Ampera and Insignia dress-up for the Geneva Show

The Vauxhall Ampera, the British manufacturer’s key player in the electric car market. Vauxhall’s electric-beast is said to line-up next to the Insignia VXR at the Geneva Motor Show. At the moment all the details on the Ampera are very scarce, but we do do have an Opel-badged image. The Ampera is said to be powered by General Motor’s Voltec […]

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Geneva Show will host new SEAT models

It seems like the Geneva Motor Show in March will be one of the best of the year, as it seems to be the only show where companies have not really pulled out. Geneva will host a range of new concepts, vehicles and babes for everyone to drool over. Latest news now comes from VW’s Spanish brand, SEAT, who are […]

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Citroen planning to re-create their DS line-up

Citroen have decided that they will rebrand themselves as the next-best thing to a premium brand. Their plan includes bringing back the DS range, with a few changes and updates here.. Of course! Citroen have been planning the re-introduction of the DS line-up since around mid-2007. If you are wondering just what the DS line is, it was the flagship […]

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a.d. Tramontana R-Edition will be unveiled later this month

The Tramontana Group will reveal their brand-new a.d. Tramontana R-edition at the company headquarters later this month. There has been a teaser image of the vehicle released, but the problem is that, we have no performance details. The Tramontana base version currently features a bi-turbo V12 engine which produces 550-hp, but with the push of a button the power will […]

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Scion will add a fourth model in a couple of years time

Scion will soon expand their vehicle line-up with a new model. The new model will join the current xB, xD and tC vehicles. Scion’s Vice President, Jack Hollis says that Scion will replace the tC within the new two years. The tC is expected to get a major redesign as it was introduced 7 years ago, but this is not […]

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Volkswagen Touareg V6 TSI Hybrid

Volkswagen have announced their new planes for a Touareg V6 TSI Hybrid. The news on the new hybrid come alongside new details on the BlueMotion Technology which VW are currently working on. The Touareg V6 TSI Hybrid is expected to enter production in 2010, and it will be the world’s first hybrid SUV which can tow 3.5 metric tons. Volkswagen’s […]

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Porsche GT2 RS – More powerful track version of the GT2

Porsche have already revealed the 2009 Porsche 911 GT3, and the 911 GT3 RSR, but now, the latest news says that Porsche could be working on a GT2 RS model, which will be designed for the track. The Porsche GT2 currently produces 530-hp and it is track, and road friendly. The RS will have more power than that, and it […]

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Nissan Qazan Compact Crossover for the Geneva Show

Nissan will unveil their new compact-sized crossover at the Geneva Motor Show in the March month. Sources have said that the concept car will be called the Qazan, and it will preview a new Nissan compact car for the UK market in 2010. Nissan are planning to extend their crossover range beyond the current Qashqai, Qashqai+2 and the Murano models.

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Mitsubishi Lancer Sportback 5-Door coming to the U.S.

Mitsubishi have now confirmed that they will create a five-door Lancer Sportback for the U.S. market. The five-door Lancer Sportback will arrive as a 2010 model year. The Sportback model will be a little bit longer than the Lancer four-door sedan, and it will be offered with two trim levels in the U.S. There will be a GTS model which […]

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