A company in Germany by the name of Halcón (that’s Spanish for “falcon” in case you were wondering) has come out with a new sports car dubbed the Falcarto. It made its debut last week in Frankfurt, which, incidentally, is where Halcón is based.
Audi’s previously announced Q1 will actually be called a Q2 when it makes its debut in production trim. That debut is said to take place at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show, but sadly we’re not expecting the Q2 to make it Stateside.
Buick has dropped the first official teaser shot for its all-new, third-generation LaCrosse. The new large sedan rides on a stretched version of the platform underpinning the latest Chevrolet Malibu, and it’s said to feature styling inspired by Buick’s stunning Avenir concept.
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