The 8th generation Honda Accord range (same as the US model) will be unveiled to the Australian market at the Melbourne Motor Show that opens its gates to the public on February 29. Australia’s new Thai-built Accord will be offered with a 3.5-litre, V6 engine featuring Honda’s Variable Cylinder Management (VCM) that allows the car to run on six, four or three cylinders depending on road speed and load conditions. The major benefits of the VCM include greater fuel economy and lower emissions.
Included in the auction are three Plymouth Superbirds and dozens of Camaros, Challengers and Mustangs, plus a Bentley, a Maserati and a Jag.
The Continental GT’s 4.0-liter twin-turbocharged V8 delivers 542 HP, and Bentley has made sure that it’s a top-notch luxury grand tourer.
Initially a crashed coupe, this Porsche 356 has been converted into a superb Speedster packing a 2.4-liter, 205 HP flat-four.
The new Corvette C8 delivers 495 HP while the 911 Carrera S has 443 horses, but power isn’t the only thing that matters in such comparisons.
The company also hinted there will be a base and extended-range variant.
You can drive like James Bond for a little over $700,000.
With its latest incentive, Volvo is looking to entice consumers into buying one of its PHEVs.
Ford’s Mustang-inspired electric crossover could premiere at the 2019 LA Auto Show in November.
All but the range-topping Tiguan SEL Premium R-Line are expected to become more expensive.
The Cadillac CT6 could get a second chance at life.