Ferrari will reportedly adopt a modular platform for all of its next-generation models barring a future special series car to succeed the LaFerrari. The new platform is said to be coming in 2017 and utilize aluminum spaceframe principles.
After 2016 we may see just two models in Buick’s lineup sourced from plants in North America. The rest, including some new additions, may come from places like China and Europe.
Volkswagen recently previewed the styling of next-generation Phaeton with the handsome C Coupe GTE concept shown above. Unfortunately, the wait for the new flagship sedan may take some time as VW has reportedly delayed the arrival to focus on reducing the cost of producing it.
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