Chinese state-owned SAIC Motors that bought the rights to the Rover 25 and 75 models in late 2004, will introduce a new concept study under the Roewe brand called N1 at this month’s 2009 Shanghai Auto Show. Aside from a teaser sketch that was published on its official website, the Chinese automaker has not released any details on the N1 Concept. Currently, Roewe’s portfolio consists of the Rover 75 based 750 and the designed and engineered in Britain 550 compact sedan that made its premiere at last year’s Beijing Auto Show.
The electric Twingo, which will use a rear-mounted motor, could launch as early as next year and is one of eight EVs Renault plans to have in its fleet by 2022.
Made by Daihatsu but marketed as a Toyota, the Copen GR Sport will launch next month priced at nearly $22,000.
The eM01 FS PowerTube has an autonomy of up to 87 miles and will launch early next year in five versions.
Although not exactly direct rivals, they’re both really fast and capable around the track, so it makes for an interesting comparison.
Equipped with new safety and convenience features, the updated Corolla will arrive at Aussie dealers on November 1.
BMW is finally ready to fully embrace front-wheel drive sedans.
The settlement covers approximately 4.1 million vehicles in the United States.
The company has suspended work on the project and is reviewing their partnership with Airbus.
The Red S Edition package is available for 2020 Chrysler Pacifica Limited gas and hybrid models and focuses mostly on the interior.
The upcoming model draws inspiration from the 1950’s Morris J-type van.