New Mercedes-Benz A Class spotted while on official photoshootEnlarge Photo
The new Mercedes-Benz A-Class has been spotted without any camouflage ahead of its upcoming debut, and it looks pretty slick for a little hatchback. What do you think?
The Fiat 500L, the "L" meaning large, or at least larger, has made its first showing on the web ahead of its Geneva unveiling. It looks very European, but it's headed to the U.S. Can it succeed where its smaller 500 brethren have struggled?
And finally we have Porsche's new Modular Standard Platform, previewing the underpinnings of the next generation of the Porsche Panamera and Bentley Continental--and possibly other VW Group front-engine/rear-drive sedans and coupes.
Catch all of this and more in the day's news headlines below.
2013 Fiat 500L Revealed Ahead Of 2012 Geneva Motor Show Debut
First Details On Porsche’s Modular Standard Platform (MSB)
New Mercedes-Benz A Class Spotted Undisguised
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