Peugeot is planning to introduce an MPV version of its compact size 308 model dubbed 3008 according to a report that aired last Friday on French radio station “BFM”. Although a spokesman for Peugeot declined to verify the report, he did reveal that the French carmaker’s Paris Motor Show stand would host a series of novelties. The 3008, which according to BFM will also feature a 4WD crossover version in its range, will compete against the C4 Picasso from Citroen, the Ford Focus C-MAX and the Opel Zafira.
Audi will face penalties if it fails to remove illegal software from diesel cars by September 26.
The EMP2-based DS 8 will be built in China and will first launch there before possibly arriving in Europe.
BMW’s focus going forward will reportedly be on PHEV derivatives of current models as well as all-electric new models.
A successful Honda e will allow the carmaker to achieve the EU’s fleet average of 95 g/km CO2 and avoid paying costly fines over emission targets.
The ID.4 will go on sale in the United States next spring, with deliveries scheduled to commence in late 2020.
The strike could cost the company $50 million daily in lost production alone, according to analysts’ estimates.
The electric vehicle will be available for test drives disguised as a Mazda CX-30, but will have a new EV platform underneath.
Unlike 2018’s Ultimate Luxury Concept, the production version will look similar to the GLS, albeit with some distinctive changes inside and out.
The hybridized 7-Series should feature a 3.0-liter straight-six paired to an electric motor and BMW’s latest-gen battery pack.
Driving under the influence is very dangerous; having your children onboard even worse, and as for the indecent proposals… well, that’s just funny.