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2017 Skoda Karoq ditches Yeti's eccentric bohemian outfit for a VW Group uniform
It's essentially a shorter, more compact Kodiaq
By Dan Mihalascu |
Volvo may be readying petit city runabout models
It was just confirmed by Volvo US president, Lex Kerssemakers
By Andrei Nedelea |
VW’s Sub-Tiguan Crossover Surfaces Online
Will basically be a jacked up Polo with more rugged design details that may be called T-Roc
By Andrei Nedelea |
McLaren Reportedly Looking at Multiple Hybrids, Some Based on a V6 Engine
McLaren CEO, Mike Flewitt, says half their cars will be electrified by 2022
By Andrei Nedelea |
This Is McLaren’s New P14 / 720S Weeks Before Geneva Debut
The guy who posted the shot clearly ignored an embargo, but we’re happy he did, even if he isn't the one to have taken it
By Andrei Nedelea |
All-New 2017 Suzuki Swift Shows Up Online Before Geneva Motor Show Debut
The success story gets a new incarnation
By Andrei Nedelea |
Honda Teases All-New 2018 Odyssey Before NAIAS Debut
It promises to bring new design, new (most likely turbocharged) powertrains, as well as new connectivity and safety features
By Andrei Nedelea |
Opel Grandland X, Crossland X and Mokka X: Joining the SUV Madness
2017 is the year of Opel's SUV offensive. Is it too little, too late?
By Adrian Mihaltianu |
Leaked Video Shows All-New 2017 Ford Fiesta
Three words: bigger, more mature and more dignified
By Andrei Nedelea |
Ford Unveils Facelifted Kuga for Europe, Adds Vignale Variant
We hope that some day Ford will stop calling its facelifted cars "new;" this is a facelift and a good one at that
By Andrei Nedelea |
Second-Gen Subaru BRZ May Not Happen, Says Report
It's not been an unsuccessful car for the brand, but they're not really sure if they want to make another
By Andrei Nedelea |
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