2012 Geneva Motor Show
At the Geneva Motor Show, Nissan released more details for the Hi-Cross Concept that it's previously teased. At face value, the Hi-Cross provides a first glimpse of a considerably curview next-generation X-Trail crossover—a vehicle that's sold in Europe, Australia, Japan, and other markets. The Hi-Cross, at first look, appears as if it could also serve as a replacement for the Qashqai—the more radically styled, international-market counter to the North American Rogue crossover. With flared fenders, and an overt look that borrows more than a few cues from the smaller Juke...
Rinspeed Dock+Go: Making The Smart Smarter, Due At Geneva
If you wanted a great deal more space in your car we're not sure why you'd buy a Smart. That's not to say the little Smart isn't great at what it does - nipping around city streets and looking chic outside the local coffee house - but if you buy one expecting any more space than for two people and...Antony Ingram