June 24, 2024

Volkswagen 4Fun concept car

Is it a submarine, is it a transformer? No, it’s a Volkswagen. Honestly, I thought it would be hard to top the Hyunday E4U concept. Yet here is Volkswagen proving me wrong. And the name is misleading at best. When I think of car being “4 fun”, somehow I never imagine a minivan. But despite

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Universe – A Volvo Concept they’d best say no to

I don’t like it, I’m sure plenty of others will not find the Volvo Universe concept very appealing either, but why all the hate? Simply because whereas the Swedish at Volvo have recently turned themselves around into a pleasant direction, one which I really like.

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The Nissan replacement seen in Shanghai, introducing the 2012 Versa

As far as car maker errors go, Nissan made one of their biggest when they launched the 2009 Versa. The Nissan Versa (Tiida in some markets) in itself was never a bad car, it was pretty good actually but, sadly, no one “got it” and sales were subsequently low.

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Citroen crossover gets DS treatment and the 5 moniker

With the New York Auto Show constantly surprising us you’d expect that Citroen would have a new model ready to be unveiled as preshow to it, but you’d be wrong. Citroen gave us a new crossover, called it special since it’s part of the DS family and they plan to reveal it, shock of shocks,

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Peugeot SXC, a concept with a Chinese bloodline

The Shanghai Motor Show is still a new event but it seems to have picked up the insanely fast accelerating rhythm that seems to be going around China and it seems to keep amazing us. A special treat that’s come from this event is the Peugeot SXC Concept, especially since this French lion was styled

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2012 BMW 6 Series will be revealed in Shanghai

Or at least that’s what we’ve been hearing in several reports of the automotive industry lately. The latest, and most thought out (ideally) comes from the Dutch division of AutoWeek and they reckon the 2012 BMW 6 Series will be revealed in April at the Shanghai Motor Show.

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