Posts Tagged ‘ Naias ’
So what we’ve been teased about over the past few weeks and months was not a Kia GT after all. It was the 2018 Kia Stinger sports sedan – a Korean Alfa Giulia if you like – with sleek design, top quality, great equipment, and, for the first time, decent performance. The Stinger is quite possibly the […]
With only four days to go until the official unveiling of Kia’s hot new sports car, currently known as Kia GT, the Korean car maker is putting its last effort into creating more hype for the car. The teasers are as pointless and uninformative as ever, but we have to say they do manage to […]
Infiniti is gunning for another production mid-size premium SUV and they’re going to show us what the product looks like through the Detroit-bound Infiniti QX50 Concept. The concept will be the main highlight of a lineup which also includes showcases of a new and innovative engine and the firm’s latest autonomous advances.
Chevrolet is about to enhance their SUV/crossover lineup at the next Detroit Auto Show by introducing a new version of the Traverse. The large and somewhat minivan-like 2018 Chevrolet Traverse will have the ability to carry up to 8 passengers and it promises to have a nice and sexy design.
Volkswagen has just revealed the star of their lineup for the 2017 Detroit Motor Show (NAIAS) and it’s an elongated version of the Tiguan crossover. It’s called the VW Tiguan Allspace and it can accommodate up to seven people inside thanks to an stretched wheelbase.
For decades the Toyota Camry has been a joke in the auto world in that anything dull and boring was compared to it as the benchmark for tastelessness and mediocrity. That might soon change, though, as Toyota has prepared an all-new one which they will unveil at the 2017 Detroit Motor Show (NAIAS) in January.
We were under the impression that the new NSX is where Acura’s design is headed in the future, but turns out that car is already outdated. At the 2016 Detroit Motor Show the company revealed the Acura Precision Concept and says this is the true showcase of Acura’s future of design.
So Hyundai finally revealed a new version of the Genesis sedan in full at the Detroit Motor Show, and the first thing you need to know about it is that it’s not called a Hyundai anymore. This car is officially called the 2017 Genesis G90, as it goes on sale in America under the Genesis […]
Nissan couldn’t just sit back and watch Ford run away with all pickup truck customers with their new SuperCrew Raptor. They are trying to lure some of them to their booth with something cool and promising with this, the magnificent Nissan TITAN Warrior Concept.
The fans of the old Infiniti G35 Coupe will be glad to find their favorite car is reincarnated in the 2017 Infiniti Q60 Coupe. The new name comes with new looks, powertrain, and features, making the Q60 a very enticing proposition.
The big SUV Kia Motors has been teasing us with for the past week has now been unveiled at the Detroit Motor Show, and it’s an interesting concept. Kia Telluride previews where the company’s design language is headed while suggesting styling of a possible future premium large SUV.
Lexus turned up at the 2016 Detroit Motor Show with an astonishing car, the long awaited production version of the LF-LC concept. It is frankly gobsmacking how beautiful this 2017 Lexus LC 500 is, and how defiant it is in terms of specs.
Daimler is celebrating today the 130th anniversary of the invention of automobile with a unique special edition of the Mercedes S63 AMG Cabriolet at the Detroit Motor Show. Limited to 130 cars worldwide, this hugely expensive machine is called the Mercedes-AMG S63 Cabriolet Edition 130.
At the 2016 Detroit Motor Show (NAIAS) Ford unveiled a trio of new Fusion models, including a range-topping, nicely-specced Ford Fusion V6 Sport. The car is an all-wheel-drive sports sedan with some seriously high-end features.
Fiat-Chrysler decided to start their 2016 Detroit Motor Show with the unveiling of a minivan. Now hang on. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, especially when the minivan in question is the extremely good-looking 2017 Chrysler Pacifica.