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Fiat unveils sporty Abarth 124 Spider


March 7, 2016 15:01 CET
Fiat unveiled the sportier version of its new 124 Spider at the Geneva auto show. The Abarth roadster is powered by a boosted version of the same 1.4-liter turbocharged gasoline engine that is found in the Fiat 500 Abarth.... Read More »
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    Bugatti mulls four-door sedan
    Bugatti is considering the development of a four-door sedan as a follow-up for its new $2.
    March 2, 2016 14:07 CET
 

 
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    Maserati says Levante will be 'big beast' among luxury SUVs

    March 2, 2016 13:41 CET
    The Maserati Levante will be the "big beast" among luxury SUVs, CEO Harald Wester said. Maserati is counting on the crossover to help it reach its target of boosting sales to 75,000 cars in 2018.... Read More »

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    Bugatti mulls four-door sedan

    March 2, 2016 14:07 CET
    Bugatti is considering the development of a four-door sedan as a follow-up for its new $2.7 million Chiron coupe. Bugatti last toyed with the idea of a four-door car five years ago when it presented the Galibier concept.... Read More »

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    Fiat Tipo targets 'value for money' segment, Marchionne says

    March 2, 2016 10:53 CET
    Fiat is targeting the lower end of the compact car segment with its new Tipo hatchback and wagon, which the automaker says emphasize practicality, comfort and affordability.... Read More »

  • BLOG

    Why Aston Martin chose a UK site to build its SUV

    9:38 am U.S. ET | March 3, 2016
    NICK GIBBS: The state of Alabama lost out to the UK as the site of Aston Martin's new SUV factory after the automaker decided not to build the model on a Mercedes SUV platform, Andy Palmer, Aston Martin's CEO, says.... Read More »

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    Pininfarina's zero-emission H2 Speed could be built for the right price

    10:14 am U.S. ET | March 3, 2016
    LUCA CIFERRI: If a one-off, tailor-made supercar created by an Italian coachbuilder isn't enough, Pininfarina is proposing something on a totally different level: the fastest zero-emission sports car available anywhere.... Read More »

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    Citroen's E-Mehari not a big seller, but a clever marketing tool

    8:59 am U.S. ET | March 3, 2016
    BRUCE GAIN: Citroen does not expect its modern version of the iconic 1960s Mehari convertible to become a high-volume seller, but the launch instead could serve as clever way to promote Citroen's uniqueness as a brand.... Read More »

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    AutoNews Now: U.S. sales up in Feb.

    12:01 am U.S. ET | March 1, 2016
    U.S. sales up in Feb.; FCA splits with agency, names global Ram leader; In Geneva: Corvette, Aston, McLaren debuts; Marchionne pay drop; Google-crash reactions; Prankster targets VW.... Watch The Video »

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    Fiat Abarth 124 Spider

    The hot version of Fiat's 124 Spider premiered at the Geneva auto show, boasting the same 1.4-liter turbocharged chainsaw engine found in the Fiat 500 Abarth, but in this application, it’s rated at 170 hp and 184 lb-ft of torque. The Abarth 124 features a mechanical limited-slip differential along with 50/50 weight balance. It weighs in at just 2,337 pounds, Fiat says, and comes with either a six-speed manual or a Sequenziale Sportivo automatic 'box with paddle shifters. Go to the Gallery »

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    Swiss delicacies

    Geneva remains the prime venue for muscular sports car debuts — expensive autos seem to fit in this city known for exquisite timepieces and discreet banking for the very wealthy. This year’s crop featured some of the wildest designs and most astronomical price tags ever, as well as a humble but stylish concept. Go to the Gallery »

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    Skoda Vision S

    VW Group's Czech brand unveiled the Vision S large SUV concept. The seven-seat model shows how the brand's second SUV that would sit above the Yeti could look. The concept's large interior with three rows of seats offers a generous space for six occupants, Skoda said. It is 4700mm long, 1910mm wide and 1680mm tall. Go to the Gallery »

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    Toyota C-HR subcompact crossover

    Toyota broadens its SUV/crossover range with a production version of the C-HR concept that has been seen at recent auto shows. Go to the Gallery »

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    Ford Vignale trim line

    Ford expands its upscale Vignale trim line currently offered only on the Mondeo midsize sedan. The S-Max large minivan, S-Max people mover and Edge crossover are getting Vignale variants. Vignale models are finished in luxury materials and sold in dedicated "Vignale Lounge" areas in selected European showrooms. Go to the Gallery »

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    Alfa Romeo Giuletta

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    Alfa Romeo Giulia

    The Alfa Romeo Giulia will arrive in European showrooms in the second quarter. U.S. sales will begin in the third quarter. Go to the Gallery »

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    Citroen E-Mehari

    The all-electric, four-seat convertible has a simple, boxy design and plastic bodywork. Its design echoes the original 1960s Mehari that was a popular beach buggy and was also used as a utilitarian vehicle by farmers and the French military. Citroen will launch the car in France in the spring and across Europe before then end of the year. Go to the Gallery »

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    Nissan X-Trail Premium Concept

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    Skoda Vision S concept

    Skoda’s Vision S concept previews a large SUV that will offer space for three rows of seating. A production version is expected to debut later this year at the Paris auto show. Go to the Gallery »

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    Lexus LC 500h

    The LC 500h is the hybrid version of its LC flagship coupe. The car is equipped with Lexus' next-generation hybrid powertrain, which the brand says has better performance, improved fuel efficiency and enhanced driving dynamics. Lexus unveiled the LC 500 at the Detroit show in January. Go to the Gallery »

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    Nissan Qashqai Premium Concept

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    2017 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport

    The Grand Sport model returns to the Chevrolet Corvette lineup this summer. The 2017 Corvette Grand Sport will follow in the tire tracks of those that came before it and feature technologies designed to sharpen the car’s performance on the track. The car gets grippier Michelin tires, beefy six-piston Brembi brakes, an aerodynamics package that includes wider rear fenders and a different grille, and a unique suspension package with standard magnetic ride control, upgraded stabilizer bars and unique springs. It will be available in coupe and convertible and with manual and automatic transmissions. No word yet on prices. Chevrolet first introduced the Grand Sport nameplate in 1960. Go to the Gallery »

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    BMW 740e iPerformance

    The new iPerformance model designation will be given to all BMW plug-in hybrid vehicles. It will be seen first on the plug-in hybrid variants of the new BMW 740e iPerformance. The iPerformance models will benefit from the transfer of technical expertise regarding electric motors, battery cells and electronic control systems. Visible indicators are a BMW i logo on the front side panel, BMW i-style blue elements in the kidney grille and wheel hubs, and an eDrive logo on the C-pillar. Go to the Gallery »

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    BMW M760Li xDrive

    The 600-hp M760Li xDrive is the flagship of BMW's new 7-series range. The all-wheel-drive sedan is powered by a twin-turbocharged 6.6-liter V-12 engine and gets slight exterior tweaks. Go to the Gallery »

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    Maserati Levante

    A Porsche Cayenne rival, the Levante will have all-wheel drive and off-road capability, but its main appeal will be its sporty handling. The Levante has front-end styling inspired by the much-praised Alfieri sports car concept unveiled in Geneva in 2014. A plug-in hybrid variant also is being developed. Go to the Gallery »

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    Techrules AT96 TREV concept

    Techrules, a Chinese automotive research and development company, developed the AT96 as a supercar showcase for its Turbine-Recharging Electric Vehicle (TREV) system, an all-new patent-protected series hybrid powertrain technology comprising a turbine-generator. Go to the Gallery »

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    Renault Scenic

    Renault has given its Scenic compact minivan a fresh, more appealing design to woo family buyers away from trendy SUVs and crossovers. The latest-generation Scenic is underpinned by Renault-Nissan’s CMF-C/D modular platform like its sibling, the new Megane compact hatchback. The Scenic will have five- and seven-seat versions. Go to the Gallery »

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    Fiat Tipo

    Fiat will sell hatchback and wagon versions of the Tipo compact model line in Europe, positioned as affordable, roomy cars at the lower end of the segment, replacing the Bravo five-door and Stlio wagon. Go to the Gallery »

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    SsangYong SIV-2

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    Peugeot Traveller

    The Traveller large van replaces its Expert model. The Traveller will be sold in three lengths with seating for up to nine people. The van is aimed at large families and businesses such as hotels to use a shuttle. It will be built in at PSA's Sevelnord plant in France alongside two sibling models, the Citroen SpaceTourer and and Toyota Proace. Go to the Gallery »

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    Porsche 718 Boxster and 718 Boxster S

    Porsche is renaming the Boxster roadster and Cayman coupe to mark a switch to turbocharged engines, along with a fresh styling that gives the models a wider and more sculptural profile. The sibling midengine sports cars will now be called the 718 Boxster and 718 Cayman. The 718 designation harks back to the 718 racecars built by Porsche between 1957 and 1962. The 718 Cayman will appear at the Beijing auto show in April. Go to the Gallery »

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    Porsche 911 R

    The new Porsche 911 R is a pure-bred sports car built to conform to a time-honoured formula; a powerful 500 hp four-litre naturally-aspirated flat-six engine driving the rear wheels, a six-speed manual transmission, and a lightweight body. It is also limited to just 991 examples worldwide. Go to the Gallery »

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    Bentley Mulsanne Grand Limousine

    The Mulsanne Grand Limousine, built by Mulliner, is one meter longer and 79mm taller than Bentley's new Mulsanne and features a unique interior with private-aviation-style seating configuration in the rear cabin. Bentley's first application of electrochromic or 'smart glass' - which allows passengers to switch the interior division and rear-cabin window glass between clear and opaque at the touch of a button. Go to the Gallery »

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    Audi Q2

    Audi’s Q2 subcompact crossover is the smallest offering in the automaker's growing lineup of SUVs. The Q2 will go on sale in the autumn. Go to the Gallery »

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    Hyundai Ioniq electric and hybrid

    With the Ioniq, Hyundai aims to gain traction in the alternative-powertrain segment dominated by the Toyota Prius. The five-door Ioniq will go on sale globally later this year including in the U.S. and Europe. It will be sold in three electrified versions: a traditional hybrid and an all-electric variant at launch with a plug-in hybrid coming later. Go to the Gallery »

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    DS Automobile E-Tense

    PSA/Peugeot-Citroen's DS upscale brand says the E-Tense is a test-bed for future electric vehicles. The two-seat sports car is built on a carbon-fiber platform and makes 402hp from its electric motor. It accelerates to 100kph (62mph) from standing in 4.5 seconds. Go to the Gallery »

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    Aston Martin DB11 coupe

    The DB11 debuts an all-new aluminum platform that will underpin future Astons, along with a V-12 engine that uses turbocharging for the first time in a production Aston model. Go to the Gallery »

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    Subaru XV concept

    The XV Concept as a preview of Subaru's next-generation XV compact crossover, sold in the U.S. as the Crosstrek and Crosstrek Hybrid. The next-generation Impreza, on which the Crosstrek is based, enters production at Subaru's Indiana factory later this year. The redone Crosstrek is expected to follow in 2018. Go to the Gallery »

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    Volkswagen Phideon

    The Volkswagen Phideon will be the brand's flagship model in China when it goes on sale this year. VW calls it a four-door coupe and says it will be positioned as a sporty sedan and a chauffeur-driven limousine. Go to the Gallery »

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    Honda Civic hatchback prototype

    Unlike the current Civic hatchback, the new compact car will be built on a global platform, which will allow it to be exported to worldwide markets, including the U.S., from Honda's factory in Swindon, England. The five-door model will be rolled out globally next year. The concept has sporty styling tweaks such as central twin exhaust pipes and a swooping roof that may make it onto a high-performance Civic Type R that will be sold in the U.S. Go to the Gallery »

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    Volkswagen T-Cross Breeze

    Volkswagen says the T-Cross Breeze concept previews a future SUV positioned beneath its Tiguan. Go to the Gallery »

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    Lamborghini Centenario

    The supercar maker has developed the limited-run Centenario to mark the centenary of founder Ferruccio Lamborghini's birth. The Centenario is based on the Aventador midengine coupe and powered by the brand's 6.5-liter V-12 engine with horsepower upgraded to 759 hp from 690 hp. Lamborghini will build just 40 units -- 20 coupes and 20 convertibles. All have already been sold to brand enthusiasts at a reported price tag of $2.5 million. Go to the Gallery »

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    Bugatti Chiron

    The Bugatti Chiron is a faster, more powerful successor to the Veyron. The Chiron's speed is electronically limited to 420 kph (261 mph) and it accelerates from 0 to 100 kph [0-62 mph] in less than 2.5 seconds. Go to the Gallery »

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    2017 Mercedes-AMG C43 Cabriolet

    The 2017 Mercedes-AMG C43 Cabriolet was unveiled at the 2016 Geneva show. Go to the Gallery »

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    2017 Mercedes-Benz C300 Cabriolet

    Mercedes-Benz unveiled the first-ever C class convertible at the Geneva auto show. Go to the Gallery »

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    Peugeot 2008

    Peugeot has given its 2008 subcompact SUV a face-lift with a new grille and more assertive styling. Go to the Gallery »

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    Renault Megane Sport Tourer

    Renault will unveil the wagon version of its latest Megane compact car at the Geneva auto show next week. The Megane Sport Tourer will compete in Europe against wagon versions of the Ford Focus, Seat Leon and VW Golf. Go to the Gallery »

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    Kia Optima Sportswagon

    Kia is launching a wagon version of its Optima midsize model. The Optima Sportswagon will compete in Europe against cars such as the VW Passat and Ford Mondeo wagons in the key business fleet sector. Go to the Gallery »

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    Volvo V90 station wagon

    The V90 is Volvo’s new flagship station wagon. It will replace the V70 when it reaches European dealerships this summer. Volvo will begin taking V90 orders in Europe after it makes its public debut at the Geneva auto show March 1. Go to the Gallery »

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    Jaguar F-Type SVR

    The Jaguar F-Type SVR is the brand's fastest production road car with a top speed of 200 mph (322kph) from a 567-hp version of Jaguar's 5.0-liter supercharged V-8 engine. Go to the Gallery »

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    Seat Ateca SUV

    The Seat Ateca compact SUV, the brand's first crossover, will challenge cars such as the Nissan Qashqai. Go to the Gallery »

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    Ferrari GTC4Lusso

    Ferrari has renamed the FF as the GTC4Lusso. The four-seat grand tourer has a more streamlined design and engine performance is boosted by 30hp. Go to the Gallery »

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    Opel/Vauxhall GT Concept

    The Opel/Vauxhall GT Concept showcases the evolution of General Motors European division's sculptural design. Go to the Gallery »

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    Fiat Tipo Hatchback spy shots

    A camouflaged Fiat Tipo hatchback was pictured undergoing road tests. The five-door compact model will go on sale in Europe after its Geneva auto show debut in March, joining the sedan version that Fiat has already unveiled. Photo credit: Automedia Go to the Gallery »

  • NEWS

    VW's Seat counts on driving dynamics to boost Ateca sales

    March 2, 2016 10:03 CET
    VW Group's Seat is touting driving dynamics to give its new Ateca a competitive edge in Europe's highly competitive compact SUV segment.... Read More »

  • NEWS

    Ford adds Edge, Kuga SUVs to Vignale upscale family

    March 2, 2016 06:01 CET
    Ford of Europe will apply its upscale Vignale trim line to its Edge and Kuga models. Ford expects to benefit further from the growing popularity of high-riding vehicles by selling higher margin Vignale versions of the two models.... Read More »

  • NEWS

    Aston Martin touts DB11's good looks, powerful new engine and Mercedes technology

    March 1, 2016 06:01 CET
    Aston Martin unveiled the DB11 sports car at the auto show here today. The coupe is the first of Aston Martin's long-awaited refresh of its aging sports car range. The DB11, which will replace the DB9, will go on sale in the third quarter.... Read More »

  • NEWS

    Audi gives Q2 'attitude' to boost its youth appeal

    March 1, 2016 11:19 CET
    Audi said the new Q2 crossover has "attitude" that will boost its appeal to younger buyers. The subcompact model will go on sale in Europe this autumn as Audi's entry-level SUV, positioned below the Q3.... Read More »

  • NEWS

    Pininfarina H2 Speed concept is the first fuel cell supercar

    March 1, 2016 06:01 CET
    The H2 Speed concept unveiled today is Pininfarina's vision for a high-performance fuel cell track car created in collaboration with Switzerland-based GreenGT.... Read More »

  • NEWS

    Honda touts new Civic hatchback as sportiest ever

    March 1, 2016 08:00 CET
    Honda said the new Civic hatchback will be its sportiest version of the car to date.... Read More »

  • BLOG

    VW's T-Cross Breeze concept could remain a convertible in production

    3:14 am U.S. ET | March 2, 2016
    CHRISTIAAN HETZNER: Volkswagen gave a glimpse of what its smallest SUV will look like with the Geneva debut of the T-Cross Breeze concept, which could retain the study's convertible roof when the group moves its limited range of offroaders further downmarket.... Read More »

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    VW target of diesel-emissions spoof in Geneva

    2:06 pm U.S. ET | March 1, 2016
    CHRISTIAAN HETZNER: Volkswagen hoped to wow visiting journalists at its Geneva auto show stand with a range of concepts and new models supposed to symbolize the “New Volkswagen,” only instead to become the unwilling target of a man reported to be British comedian Simon Brodkin.... Read More »

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    Porsche faces risks repositioning the Cayman and Boxster

    4:48 am U.S. ET | Feb. 29, 2016
    CHRISTIAAN HETZNER: Porsche is repositioning its mid-engine sports car range with a different pricing strategy and new names. In the future the Cayman coupe will be the most affordable Porsche instead of the Boxster roadster. But the move could be a risky one, especially in a segment where customers are typically less brand loyal.... Read More »

  • BLOG

    Auto shows need reboot to fight off digital challenge, de Meo says

    7:39 am U.S. ET | Feb. 29, 2016
    LUCA CIFERRI: Increasing numbers of automakers are skipping auto shows because the "wow" factor is no longer there in today's digital age, says Luca de Meo, CEO of Volkswagen Group's Seat brand.... Read More »

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    How Opel caught the eye of Ferrari's former boss

    3:59 pm U.S. ET | Feb. 29, 2016
    DOUGLAS A. BOLDUC: Opel has earned high praise from Ferrari's former chairman. “I am impressed with Opel. They have a clear position and good products. They are German but also European,” Luca Cordero di Montezemolo said.... Read More »

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    Opel should partner with MG to build a GT roadster

    12:01 am U.S. ET | Feb. 26, 2016
    NICK GIBBS: Opel/Vauxhall's GT Concept ticks all the boxes for European sports car enthusiasts and offers the GM unit a perfect halo car. But the automaker says the GT Concept is purely a design study and it will not be built. One possibility could be joint production with MG, which is owned by GM's Chinese partner SAIC.... Read More »

  • VIDEO

    First Shift: Civic hatchback debuts in Geneva

    12:01 am U.S. ET | March 1, 2016
    At Geneva auto show: Honda Civic hatchback debut, Preview of next Subaru Crosstrek, BMW's victory pledge, VW to revisit U.S. sales goals, $2 million Lamborghini; Plus, Chevy's niche pickups.... Watch The Video »

  • NEWS

    Skoda CEO says new SUV will offer segment-leading packaging

    March 1, 2016 15:07 CET
    Skoda's forthcoming SUV will offer the best packaging in Europe's large SUV segment, CEO Bernhard Maier said, as the automaker unveiled the Vision S concept. A production model of the SUV is expected to debut in September at the Paris auto show.... Read More »

  • NEWS

    Bugatti Chiron 'ready for a new world speed record'

    Feb. 29, 2016 16:11 CET
    The Bugatti Chiron will not only be the world's fastest car - it will also make money for parent Volkswagen Group, the brand said as it unveiled the $2.6 million high-performance coupe, which is the successor to the Veyron.... Read More »

  • NEWS

    DS Automobiles will showcase electric sports car

    Feb. 26, 2016 17:55 CET
    DS Automobiles, PSA/Peugeot-Citroen's upscale brand, has created the E-Tense, which it says is a test-bed for future electric vehicles.... Read More »

  • NEWS

    VW set to join booming subcompact SUV segment

    Feb. 23, 2016 06:01 CET
    VW brand is firming up its plans to join Europe's fast-growing subcompact SUV segment and will unveil a near-production concept at the Geneva auto show next week. VW will also debut another concept previewing a model for China, a source said.... Read More »

  • NEWS

    Renault makes the new Scenic 'sexier'

    Feb. 23, 2016 06:01 CET
    Renault says its new Scenic minivan has a “sexier” design while keeping its minivan practicality. The latest-generation Scenic has a radical new look that Renault hopes will help the model to regain the No. 1 spot in Europe's compact minivan segment.... Read More »

  • NEWS

    Automakers target hot-selling SUV segment

    Feb. 21, 2016 06:01 CET
    Three VW Group brands, along with Maserati and Toyota, are among automakers that will debut their latest SUVs and crossovers at this year's Geneva auto show in an effort to win more sales in Europe's fastest-growing segment.... Read More »

  • NEWS

    Lexus details LC 500's sporty hybrid drivetrain

    Feb. 18, 2016 10:51 CET
    Lexus is upgrading its hybrid drivetrain lineup with a new-generation system that adds a four-speed automatic transmission and semi-manual shifting for a sportier feel. The new technology will debut in the Lexus LC 500h hybrid sports coupe.... Read More »

  • NEWS

    Jaguar will unveil F-Type range topper

    Feb. 17, 2016 10:47 CET
    Jaguar will next month unveil a high-performance version of its F-Type two-seat model. The F-Type SVR will become the brand's fastest and most powerful production road car.... Read More »

  • NEWS

    Aston Martin's DB11 will launch brand's renewal

    Feb. 12, 2016 10:45 CET
    Aston Martin will unveil its new DB11 at the Geneva auto show as the company renews its aging lineup in a push to return to sustainable profitability after five years of losses. The coupe will replace the DB9, which was introduced 13 years ago.... Read More »

  • NEWS

    Toyota confirms new crossover for Europe

    Feb. 11, 2016 17:18 CET
    Toyota confirmed it will launch a new compact SUV/crossover in Europe based on its C-HR concept. The car will be built at the automaker's factory in Turkey for European markets starting toward the end of the year.... Read More »

  • NEWS

    Honda hints at sporty Civic hatchback

    Feb. 10, 2016 12:29 CET
    Honda will preview its next Civic hatchback with a sporty prototype at the upcoming Geneva auto show. The five-door model will be rolled out globally next year including in the U.S.... Read More »

  • NEWS

    Seat Ateca takes aim at booming SUV market

    Feb. 10, 2016 23:12 CET
    VW Group's Seat unit unveiled its first SUV, the Ateca, as the brand seeks to benefit from booming demand for high-riding vehicles.... Read More »

  • NEWS

    Ferrari's 'family' car gets new name, more power

    Feb. 8, 2016 15:41 CET
    Ferrari is renaming its FF four-seat coupe as the GTC4Lusso and adding rear-wheel steering to boost the appeal of a model launched five years ago as a practical ultraluxury sports car aimed at wealthy families.... Read More »

  • NEWS

    Volvo bets on wagons with V90 despite SUV boom

    Feb. 5, 2016 06:01 CET
    Volvo will show its commitment to station wagons, whose sales are being hit by the global boom in SUVs, when it unveils its new V90 later this month.... Read More »

  • NEWS

    Skoda set to take on Hyundai and Kia in large SUV segment

    Feb. 2, 2016 10:12 CET
    Skoda signaled it will expand its SUV offerings with a new model that will rival vehicles such as the Hyundai Santa Fe and Kia Sorento. VW Group's Czech brand released sketches of the VisionS large SUV concept that will debut at the Geneva auto show.... Read More »

  • NEWS

    Opel shows off GT sports car but says a production version is not planned

    Jan. 28, 2016 12:23 CET
    Opel/Vauxhall said its GT Concept that will be unveiled at the Geneva auto show is unlikely to go into production. Opel released images of the concept for a small sports coupe.... Read More »

  • BLOG

    Why reborn Alpine is skipping the Geneva show

    12:01 am U.S. ET | Feb. 26, 2016
    LUCA CIFERRI: Renault will not exhibit its Alpine Vision concept at the Geneva auto show and the automaker is holding back a lot of information on its revived sporty brand.... Read More »

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    Zetsche looks forward to dream year

    12:01 am U.S. ET | Feb. 26, 2016
    CHRISTIAAN HETZNER: Daimler CEO Dieter Zetsche appeared vulnerable when he arrived at the 2013 Geneva auto show because of troubles at the Mercedes maker. Three years later Zetsche and Mercedes appear unstoppable.... Read More »

Blogs from Geneva

NICK GIBBS
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Why Aston Martin chose a UK site to build its SUV

The state of Alabama lost out to the UK as the site of Aston Martin's new SUV factory after the automaker decided not to
March 3, 9:38 am U.S. ET
LUCA CIFERRI
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Pininfarina's zero-emission H2 Speed could be built for the right price

If a one-off, tailor-made supercar created by an Italian coachbuilder isn't enough, Pininfarina is proposing something o
March 3, 10:14 am U.S. ET
BRUCE GAIN
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Citroen's E-Mehari not a big seller, but a clever marketing tool

Citroen does not expect its modern version of the iconic 1960s Mehari convertible to become a high-volume seller, but th
March 3, 8:59 am U.S. ET