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Ford will miss 2019 Geneva show


June 29, 2018 13:51 CET
Ford will miss the 2019 Geneva auto show. The automaker said the show's timing didn't fit its launch schedule and wouldn't represent good value.... Read More »
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    Porsche Mission E Cross Turismo concept

    Porsche’s Mission E Cross Turismo concept previews a likely shooting brake/SUV model that would follow the Mission E fastback as Porsche’s second all-electric vehicle. Go to the Gallery »

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    Toyota Auris

    The new Toyota Auris is longer and lower than its predecessor. It has a wide and low stance and more striking front styling. Go to the Gallery »

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    GFG Style Sibylla

    Designer Giorgetto Giugiaro's new company, GFG Style, took inspiration from his past creations to pen the Sibylla concept. Its forward-hinged front canopy is similar to the 1963 Chevrolet Testudo, which was also penned by Giugiaro. Go to the Gallery »

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    Italdesign Zerouno Duerta targa

    Italdesign's Automobili Speciali division will build just five units of the V-10-powered Zerouno Duerta targa. It shares its platform with the Audi R8 and Lamborghini Huracan. Go to the Gallery »

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    Range Rover SV Coupe

    The three-door, low-volume Coupe SV is Range Rover's new flagship model. Only 999 will be built. Go to the Gallery »

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    Pininfarina HK GT

    Pininfarina's HK GT is the fourth concept car created in partnership with China's Hybrid Kinetic Group. The gran turismo continues to refine Hybrid Kinetic's design language. Go to the Gallery »

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    Ford Edge (European model)

    The face-lifted Edge gets a new 2.0-liter diesel engine with a powerful 238-hp version added, as well as a sporty ST-Line trim for the first time, along with new safety equipment. Go to the Gallery »

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    Lexus UX Crossover

    The UX is Lexus' first compact crossover and the brand's first model built on its GA-C platform, which gives the model a low center of gravity and a rigid body for a hatchback-like driving experience. Go to the Gallery »

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    BMW Concept M8 Gran Coupe

    BMW is reviving the 8 series name for a range-topping line as it focuses on profit-boosting, high-margin luxury cars. A coupe, convertible and the four-door, to be badged Gran Coupe, will make up the lineup. The concept unveiled in Geneva is a four-door high-performance M-badged version. Go to the Gallery »

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    Smart EQ ForTwo coupe and cabriolet

    The battery-electric versions from Smart are the first series-produced models of parent Mercedes-Benz's EQ product and technology brand. Go to the Gallery »

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    Subaru Viziv Tourer concept

    The Subaru Viziv Tourer previews a future station wagon for the brand. It unites a Symmetrical AWD layout powered by a boxer engine. Go to the Gallery »

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    McLaren Senna GTR concept

    McLaren's Senna GTR concept is named after legendary racing driver Ayrton Senna. The UK automaker intends to build just 75 examples of the hypercar that will sell for one million pounds ($1.4 million). Go to the Gallery »

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    Lagonda Vision Concept

    The Lagonda Vision Concept previews the revived brand's styling as parent Aston Martin aims to launch Lagonda as an electric-only marque to take on Bentley and Rolls-Royce in the ultraluxury sedan market. Go to the Gallery »

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    Hyundai Le Fil Rouge concept

    The Le Fil Rouge concept previews Hyundai's new styling called Sensuous Sportiness. All future Hyundai models will be based on the design theme. Go to the Gallery »

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    Toyota GR Supra Racing Concept

    Toyota's GR Supra Racing Concept previews a performance coupe that will revive the Supra badge. It is being developed jointly with the BMW Z4. Go to the Gallery »

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    SsangYong e-SIV EV concept

    SsangYong’s e-SIV concept previews a potential full-electric SUV. It also highlights SsangYong’s ideas for future connectivity and autonomous driving features. Go to the Gallery »

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    Renault EZ-GO concept

    Renault calls its EZ-GO concept a "robo-vehicle," a shared, electric, autonomous car with no steering wheel and a lounge-like interior in which passengers can work, read or sleep. Go to the Gallery »

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    Bentley Bentayga plug-in hybrid

    Bentley said its Bentayga plug-in hybrid, its first electrified vehicle, can drive 50 km (31 miles) under electric power alone. Go to the Gallery »

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    Cupra e-Racer

    Cupra, which VW Group's Seat has made a stand-alone brand, has developed the 680-hp e-Racer for motorsports. Top speed is 270 kph (168 mph). It sprints from 0 to 100 kph (62 mph) in 3.2 seconds. Go to the Gallery »

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    Morgan Aero GT

    Morgan will produce just eight Aero GT variants. The cars will represent the end of the Aero 8's production. Go to the Gallery »

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    Volkswagen I.D. Vizzion concept

    VW's I.D. Vizzion concept previews a possible flagship electric sedan that would compete with the Tesla Model S. A production version is planned for 2022. Go to the Gallery »

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    Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe

    The Mercedes-AMG GT 4-Door Coupe will come in three variants -- two with a V-8 and one with an inline-six engine. The most powerful V-8 entry will produce 630 hp. Go to the Gallery »

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    Skoda Vision X concept

    Skoda’s Vision X concept previews a subcompact SUV that will go on sale next year. Go to the Gallery »

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    Jaguar I-Pace

    Jaguar has unveiled the production version of its first all-electric vehicle, the I-Pace, ahead of the model's appearance at the Geneva auto show next week. Go to the Gallery »

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    Audi A6

    The new Audi A6 is taller, longer and wider than the current car and gets a sportier look with a coupe-like roofline. It also has a wider grille and narrow headlights. Go to the Gallery »

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    Hyundai Kona Electric

    The Hyundai Kona Electric will be offered with two different battery options when the subcompact crossover goes on sale at the end of the second quarter with European deliveries starting in July. The automaker launched a gasoline-powered Kona late last year. The top-performing Kona EV will have a 64-kilowatt-hour lithium ion polymer battery that provides a single-charge range of 470km. The base Kona EV has a 39.2-kilowatt-hour battery and a 300km range, Hyundai says. The electric Kona has a different front grille compared with its gas-powered siblings. Go to the Gallery »

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    Peugeot Rifter

    The Rifter replaces the Partner in Peugeot's compact van lineup. The Rifter is a sister model to the new-generation Citroen Berlingo and Opel Combo vans and will be offered in five- and seven-seat versions. Go to the Gallery »

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    2019 Hyundai Santa Fe

    Hyundai has redesigned the Sante Fe for the 2019 model year and will expand the brand's best-selling light truck's powerplant offerings, including a diesel. The diesel Santa Fe houses a 2.2-liter CRDi turbodiesel engine that churns out nearly 200 hp. Other options include a 2.4-liter inline 185-hp four-cylinder GDI engine, and the turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with an estimated 232 hp. Each engine is matched with the brand's new eight-speed automatic transmission. The gasoline version will arrive in U.S. showrooms in August, while the diesel variant is due in 2019. The five-passenger Santa Fe Sport will now be called Santa Fe. The three-row, seven-passenger model will be renamed the Santa Fe XL. Go to the Gallery »

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    Peugeot 508

    Peugeot has given its new 508 a "fastback" design to help the car compete better in Europe's midsize segment where volume automakers are losing sales to premium rivals. Go to the Gallery »

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    Volvo V60

    Volvo’s second-generation V60 wagon is longer and lower than its predecessor. Go to the Gallery »

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    Ferrari 488 Pista

    The 710-hp Ferrari 488 Pista is the automaker's most powerful V-8 car to date. The Pista accelerates from 0 to 100 kph (62 mph) in 2.85 seconds. Top speed is 340 kph (211 mph). Go to the Gallery »

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    Citroen Berlingo

    Citroen's third-generation Berlingo compact van incorporates the brand’s latest styling cues, including padded "air bumps" on the doors and a tiered lighting arrangement in front. Go to the Gallery »

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    Kia Ceed

    Kia hopes a bolder design and new technologies will give its third-generation Ceed a boost in Europe’s compact segment against rivals such as the VW Golf and Ford Focus. Go to the Gallery »

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    2019 BMW X4

    The second-generation X4 moves to a new architecture -- BMW's CLAR platform -- and becomes lighter, more efficient and roomier. Go to the Gallery »

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    2019 Mercedes-Benz C300

    The freshened 2019 C300 and C300 4MATIC will go on sale in the U.S. in late 2018 with new front-end and rear styling, interior upgrades and the new 2.0-liter, four-cylinder turbocharged engine. Go to the Gallery »

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    2019 Mercedes-AMG G63

    Building off the redesigned 2019 Mercedes-Benz G class that was unveiled last month in Detroit, the German automaker will be bringing the AMG variant to the Geneva show in March. The Mercedes-AMG G63 is powered by a 4.0-liter biturbo V-8 engine, good for 577 hp and a 9-speed automatic transmission. AMG-exclusive details include an AMG-specific radiator grille and AMG bumper with large side air inlets, Mercedes says. There's also a flared front and rear wheel arches and standard metallic paint. The high performance SUV will reach the U.S. by the end of the year. Go to the Gallery »

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    2019 Mercedes-Maybach S560

    Mercedes' ultraluxury Maybach variants of the Mercedes-Benz flagship S-class sedan get new faces for the 2019 model year. A new grille featuring vertical struts and inspired by a pinstriped suit headlines the freshened S560 and S650, which will debut at the Geneva auto show in early March. They will go on sale in the U.S. in late summer. Other changes for the 2019 model include more color combinations for the signature Mercedes-Maybach two-tone exterior paint finish. Go to the Gallery »