Ford FiestaWed, 30, Nov 2016
BMW 8 seriesWed, 30, Nov 2016
BMW’s potential new flagship, likely to be called the 8 series, was spotted undergoing road tests in coupe and convertible guises. The car shares its platform with the 7-series sedan and could go on sale late next year.
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Ford FiestaTue, 29, Nov 2016
Toyota Supra spy photosTue, 29, Nov 2016
Based on new spy photographs, Toyota's Supra sports car will feature a compact body, long front and taillights that look similar to those of the previous Supra, which was last seen in 2002. There are also hints of Toyota’s FT-1 concept shown at the 2014 Detroit auto show, especially in the nose.
Toyota Five Continents DriveMon, 28, Nov 2016
Last week, Automotive News Asia Editor Hans Greimel for three days joined the Argentina leg of Toyota's Five Continents Drive, the automaker's audacious seven-year gambit to reboot its mindset toward making better cars for a new era.
BMW X3 spy shotsMon, 28, Nov 2016
BMW’s lightly camouflaged third-generation X3 SUV has been spotted undergoing road tests in Germany. The new crossover is longer than the current model with bigger rear windows suggesting extra luggage space.
Mercedes-Benz CLE spy photosTue, 22, Nov 2016
The successor to the Mercedes-Benz CLS, a four-door sedan with coupelike styling, will arrive in 2018 on a new platform that's lighter, longer and roomier.
The next-generation CLS is expected to ride on the company's Modular Rear Architecture, or MRA, which also underpins the redesigned E-class sedan that went on sale this year. It is expected to arrive in U.S. dealerships in the summer of 2018.
Ford Mustang spy photosTue, 22, Nov 2016
The refreshed 2018 Ford Mustang is nearly upon us -- we might even see it at the Detroit auto show in January, and we now have some new information from our friends over at Mustang6G.com including some interesting tidbits on powertrains, transmissions and options.
BMW X7 spy photosMon, 21, Nov 2016
BMW is planning two versions of the X7 large crossover: a seven-seat entry model and a four-seat ultraluxury variant.
Spy photos of an X7 prototype show the seven-seat model that will be based on the same platform as BMW’s flagship 7-series sedan.The full-size crossover goes on sale in late 2018. It will be produced at BMW’s factory in Spartanburg, S.C.