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Skoda will launch a low-cost, China-only small SUV as part of its plan to double sales in its biggest single market by 2020. The model will be priced so it can compete with rivals built by China's domestic brands.
Audi's e-tron GT, which will go into production in Germany in 2020, will be a low, sleek coupe-styled sedan with aggressive sports car detailing, based on a teaser photo of the model that Audi released last week.
Lotus has reason to be optimistic after Geely took a majority stake in the niche UK automaker last year.
Aston Martin and Rolls-Royce engaged in a public spat at the Geneva auto show over what the superluxury sedan of the future should look like.
The arrival of the Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross compact crossover gives the automaker three models that can compete for buyers in Europe's most popular SUV segment including the smaller ASX and the large Outlander.
Audi will build a four-door electric sports car in Germany starting in 2020, CEO Rupert Stadler confirmed.
As trends toward autonomous driving, electrification and vehicle-sharing threaten to turn cars into more utilitarian people movers, Toyota wants to use more exciting products such as the Supra for competitive edge.
BMW and other brands used the Geneva auto show to stake claims in upper-luxury segments dominated by VW Group's sprawling yet integrated empire of upscale brands.
In Geneva, Aston Martin's big gamble pays off, Hyundai plays it safe and Subaru teases us again.
A two-year slump in the demand for premium large SUVs in Europe is expected to end in 2019 as BMW and Audi launch new flagships and Mercedes replaces key models.
Aston Martin will launch Lagonda as an electric-only brand with the aim of breaking the duopoly held by Bentley and Rolls-Royce in the ultraluxury sedan market.
When Opel said that it would skip the Geneva auto show this year, regular showgoers wondered which brand might claim the German automaker's prominent and large stand.
Figuring out how to make Ford of Europe sustainably profitable has become a priority after last year's disappointing performance.
BMW will preview a four-door high-performance M-badged version of its upcoming 8-series range in concept form at the Geneva auto show.
Ford of Europe boss Steve Armstrong explained why the division expects to be more profitable this year than last year despite the threat from Brexit.
Jaguar touts design, a roomy interior and fast-charging as game-changing features in its I-Pace full-electric crossover, which is built by Magna and arrives in Canada in the second half of 2018.
All versions of Audi's new A6 large sedan will be fitted with fuel-saving mild-hybrid technology as part of a significant jump in technology advances compared to the old model.
Jaguar touted design, a roomy interior and fast-charging as game-changing features in its I-Pace full-electric crossover.
Toyota will expand its hybrid family with the launch of the new Auris. The third generation of Toyota's compact hatchback will be sold with a new, sportier version of Toyota's hybrid system that uses a 2.
The new Lexus UX compact SUV has the agile handling of a hatchback, the premium brand has claimed ahead of the car's unveiling at the Geneva auto show next week.
VW will build its first convertible SUV starting in 2020, the automaker said.
Germany's premium brands are under pressure to accelerate their plans for electric cars after Tesla's Model S outsold the luxury flagships of Mercedes, BMW and Audi in Europe.
Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer envisions the automaker entering Formula One as an engine supplier by 2021.
Aging models such as the BMW 1 series and Audi A3 as well as the continued rise of SUV alternatives will cause sales in Europe's compact premium segment to fall for a second consecutive year, according to market forecasters.
Lexus said it will not build its planned BMW X1 competitor in France. The production version of Lexus' compact premium SUV is expected to debut at the Geneva auto show.
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