Lamborghini CEO Stephan Winkelmann confirmed the Italian automaker will debut a one-off supercar at the Geneva Motor Show next year. It's being shown to potential buyers in Monterey this weekend.
Quant, makers of the NanoFlowcell power technology we saw on the Quant e-Sportlimousine last year at the Geneva Motor Show, is coming back with an evolution of that car called the Quant F. It gets more power, longer range, a two-speed transmission, adaptable all-wheel drive, and a redesigned carbon fiber monocoque.
With the new Kadjar, Renault aims to capture a larger share of the growing global crossover market - including in China, where it will be the company's first product manufactured locally. Here we have the first photos, video and details ahead of the C-segment crossover's upcoming debut at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show.
Hyundai is taking inspiration from the Intrado Concept for the shape of the next-gen Tucson. The Korean brand is teasing the upcoming CUV's debut at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, and the vehicle features more muscular proportions, narrow headlights and squared-off wheel wells.
Joining the production-intent version of the McLaren P1 GTR on the British brand's 2015 Geneva Motor Show stage is the newly teased 675LT. Part of the same family as the 650S, the LT is inspired by the famous F1 GTR Longtail racer. The latest variant gets a 25-horsepower boost, lower weight and optimized aero for even greater performance.
South Korea has emerged as a global powerhouse in the automotive industry. It's home not only to Hyundai and Kia, but General Motors (having taken over Daewoo), SsangYong and Renault Samsung Motors also make cars there. Unfortunately not a one of them makes a serious sports car. But that's where the Oullim Spirra comes in.
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