BMW is working on its second sedan smaller than the 3-Series. The automaker has already launched a 1-Series sedan in China. Now it’s working on a more stylish coupe-like version likely to be called a 2-Series Gran Coupe. The good news is this one should be sold worldwide.
Honda will unveil an electric sports car concept at next month’s 2017 Tokyo Motor Show. It’s a follow-up to the deliciously retro Urban EV Concept unveiled at the 2017 Frankfurt Motor Show, and hopefully like the Urban EV the sports car concept is also production-bound.
McLaren is working on a new supercar that will serve as the spiritual successor to the legendary F1. It will be the fastest, most powerful McLaren road car to date, and it will even have a central driver’s seat flanked by a passenger seat on either side—just like the F1.
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