Teaser for new Audi R8 debuting at 2015 Geneva Motor ShowEnlarge Photo
Audi’s new R8 is just a couple of weeks away from its world debut. This week we got the first specs on the upcoming supercar as well as some revealing teaser shots like the one above.
This week we drove the all-new BMW 2-Series Convertible
in its entry-level 228i guise. We found that there’s a lot more space than in the 1-Series it replaces, and everything feels a bit more premium too.
Aston Martin revealed a new track-focused version of its Vantage
based on the GT3-spec endurance racer competing in the World Endurance Championship and other endurance competitions (pictured above also). This road-going Vantage GT3 comes with 591 horsepower under the hood but sadly we’ll never get to see it on these shores—yep, it won’t be sold in the U.S.
Teaser for Lexus LF-SA concept debuting at 2015 Geneva Motor ShowEnlarge Photo
Lexus is planning a new concept car for the 2015 Geneva Motor Show and this week the first image surfaced. It shows that the new concept is likely to be a subcompact hatch or crossover
Teaser for Infiniti QX30 concept debuting at 2015 Geneva Motor ShowEnlarge Photo
Infiniti released a new photo of its QX30 concept car
and dropped a few more details this week. The concept previews a new compact crossover the Japanese automaker plans to launch on the market next year.
McLaren revealed the new track-focused version of its P1 flagship
in its final form this week, and we can confirm it has 986 horsepower all up. It forms part of a new Ultimate Series at McLaren, which sits above the Super Series consisting of the 650S, as well as the entry-level Sports Series debuting at April’s New York Auto Show.
It’s no secret that British sports car brand Lotus has been struggling—heck, it only has one road-going model on sale here—but the company isn’t giving up. This week it revealed an updated version of the Evora
with 400 horsepower on tap and a fall 2015 launch date.
This is the Kia Sportspace concept
debuting next month at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. It previews the styling of the 2016 Kia Optima and hints that a new wagon variant is in the works. Hopefully we’ll get it here because this concept looks sweet.
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