Porsche is set to launch an updated version of its Cayenne SUV for the 2015 model year and a prototype with barely any camouflage gear has been spotted. A debut is expected in the second half of the year.
Ferrari recently confirmed that each of its cars, apart from special series models like the LaFerrari, will have an eight-year lifespan, with a major update to be introduced after the first four years. The 458 Italia is next in line to receive an update and we have some new details on the updated car, code-named the 458M.
Volvo has released a few more details about its next-generation XC90. The Swedish automaker has given us a look at the upcoming SUV’s new button-less interface.
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