LVCHI Venere concept
A photo of the redesigned Volvo S60 has surfaced, revealing a design that's very close to the larger S90. The new S60 is due on sale later this year and will be sourced from a plant in the United States for the first time.
Chinese firm LVCHI has surprised audiences at this week's 2018 Geneva International Motor Show with the Venere concept. The design is unique as far as sedans go because it features a carbon fiber monocoque structure much like you'd find in a supercar, and according to LVCHI production will start next year.
Also due next year will be a full-size SUV from Hyundai. A prototype has just been spotted and reveals a big, boxy design with influences from the recent redesign of the Hyundai Santa Fe.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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