2015 Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution
Mitsubishi confirmed this week that the 2015 Lancer Evolution
will be its last Evo. Mitsubishi is likely to launch a new sports car in the future, though it won’t be anything like the past 10 generations of the rally-dominating four-door.
2016 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet spy shots
A prototype for Mercedes-Benz’s all-new C-Class Cabriolet
has been spotted. The new convertible is due on the market next year and will be joined by a new generation of the C-Class Coupe.
2017 Porsche Boxster facelift spy shots
Porsche is working on an update for its Boxster
, which we’re expecting to be introduced for the 2017 model year. This week we saw the first spy shots of a prototype for the updated car.
2015 Cadillac ATS
Cadillac has revealed its updated 2015 ATS sedan
, which features new styling up front, more power for its available turbocharged engine, and a few new tech goodies. The car also adopts Cadillac's new crest which comes sans the classic laurel wreaths.
First Ferrari LaFerrari in North America
Ferrari’s LaFerrari hybrid supercar has finally landed on the North American continent
. The car started delivery overseas late last year, and one was even raced on a highway in Qatar against a Lamborghini Sesto Elemento
Teaser for 2015 Ford Falcon
Ford’s Australian division has released the first teaser image of its soon-to-be-launched 2015 Falcon sedan
. This will be the latest generation of the rear-wheel-drive Aussie hero, with production at the car’s plant scheduled to end in 2016.
New Volvo XC90 T8’s plug-in hybrid drivetrain
Volvo isn't set to reveal its all-new XC90 SUV until next month, but this week the automaker announced the powertrains that will be available for it. Two powertrains have been announced for the U.S. market, one of which is a 400-horespower plug-in hybrid
Preview of new Ant-Kahn sports car
Two British firms, A. Kahn Design and Evanta, have joined forced to start a new sports car company
. Called Ant-Kahn, the new company will not only build its own cars but will offer coachbuilding services for existing cars.
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