ABT’s lineup in Geneva included the Audi Q8, A6 Avant, RS4+ and VW e-Transporter.
The facelifted Mitsubishi L200 also gains an improved interior, new safety kit, and an updated 4WD system.
Besides the modest styling tweaks, the Mercedes GLC adopts the MBUX infotainment system and a new engine.
The 2019 Korando is roomier, more modern inside and out, and will soon offer an all-electric variant.
The 2020 Ford Transit will be available with a new, twin-turbo 2.0-liter four-cylinder diesel engine.
The facelifted T6.1 range even adds an all-electric version for the first time, developed by ABT.
The Tourneo Custom’s 2.0-liter EcoBlue engines offer up to 185 PS and 6 percent improved efficiency.
The more refined diesel engine gives the Vito Tourer people-carrier up to 190 PS.
The new VW Touareg V8 TDI launches in European markets in May.
ABT’s Audi Q8 power boost and aero kit are complemented by subtle interior mods.
Germany’s transport ministry has already ordered Daimler to recall more than 200,000 cars in Germany.
The new SQ5 TDI uses an electric powered compressor, which removes turbo lag.