The study will preview the “sensual” design of the next-gen Seat Leon.
This electric supercar aims to revive a long-dormant but celebrated marque.
Ford wants “more bang for their buck”, so after this year’s Paris, they’ll skip the 2019 Geneva Motor Show too.
VW is adding a fourth crossover to its lineup, the subcompact T-Cross.
One of three versions of the Chiron touted for production, it could have more than 1,500 PS from the quad-turbo W16.
Seat will reveal the new Leon in concept form at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show.
BMW’s rival to the Mercedes C-Class Estate and Audi A4 Avant is a few months away from its official presentation.
The new concepts will debut in Geneva and Shanghai.
Pininfarina will unveil the production version of the electric hypercar at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show.
The entry-level electric sedan is aimed squarely against the Tesla Model 3.
The all-electric high-performance sedan from Porsche is expected to have well over 600 horses.
Peugeot might introduce it as early as the 2019 Geneva Motor Show next March.