Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge Concept Gets Teased at NAIAS 2014

January 14, 2014 | Author: Francis Gabay

Filed Under: Detroit, Featured, MOTOR SHOWS, MotorSports

Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge Concept Gets Teased at NAIAS 2014

A concept car aiming to fuse the spirit of Formula One with Infiniti’s arresting design aesthetic of the Q50 –  the premium sports sedan Infiniti Q50 Eau Rouge gets teased at the 2014 NAIAS Detroit Motor Show. Read more

Bentley’s Continental GT V8 S Heads for Detroit

January 9, 2014 | Author: MotorBlog.com | st

Filed Under: Detroit, MotorNews

Bentley's Continental GT V8 S Heads for Detroit

Bentley will debut its  luxury grand tourer Continental GT V8 S at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS), alongside the Flying Spur, the world’s fastest four-door luxury saloon and the pinnacle of the Bentley range, the Mulsanne. Read more

Geek Motors | Volkswagen To Release Beetle Dune Beach by 2015

January 8, 2014 | Author: Francis Gabay

Filed Under: Detroit, German cars

Volkswagen will present a prototype of its Beetle Dune at the Detroit Auto Show and will also announce production of the model targeting a 2015 release.

The Beetle Dune looks flatter and wider than the Beetle-series and will have 19-inch wheels. It will also be 5.5 inches wider and 1.2 inches longer and with the beach in mind, the model will also be higher by five centimeters and will be outfitted with protection against the elements.

via Motorblog.de | Foto: Volkswagen

Honda unveils new Urban SUV production model and S660 Concept @ Tokyo Motor Show 2013 #Video

Honda today unveiled a new Urban SUV production model on the first day of the Tokyo Motor Show. The new model will be named Vezel for the Japanese market. Strengthening its sports car activity, Honda also revealed the S660 Concept mid-ship sports model.

The new Urban SUV will be launched in Europe during 2015, with the name of the European model being confirmed nearer to launch.

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Tokyo Motor Show | Finally, the Mini goes Japan

November 19, 2013 | Author: MotorBlog.com | st

Filed Under: Featured, MOTOR SHOWS, MotorNews, Tokyo

Tokyo Motor Show | Finally, the Mini goes Japan

Munich/Tokyo. Just a few days after the world premiere of the new MINI in its home country the UK, it now makes its first trade fair appearance in Asia at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show. The new edition of this globally successful model will therefore be one of the highlights at the international motor show in the capital of Japan.

The instantly recognisable features of the new MINI are its unmistakable design – which has now evolved further – increased interior space and a new display and operating concept. But it also comes with an entirely new range of engines and transmissions, completely revised suspension technology and numerous innovations in the field of driver assistance systems, making it one of the most spectacular new products on show at the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show.

The debut of the new MINI in Tokyo is supplemented with an extensive presentation of the brand’s other models. At the international trade fair centre Big Sight, visitors will be able to experience driving fun, premium quality and individual flair in all its diversity from November 23rd to December 1st 2013 – from the highly sporty open-top two-seater MINI John Cooper Works Roadster to the exclusive design model MINI Clubman Bond Street and the latest all-wheel drive model, the MINI Cooper Crossover ALL4. Read more

The new Civic Tourer takes centre stage of Honda's 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show Display

Japanese car maker Honda just announced its 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show line-up including the first public reveal of the new Civic Tourer and the updated Civic 5-door. In addition, Honda will showcase a host of modern and historic racing machines alongside its ultimate sportscar, the NSX Concept, highlighting Honda’s racing DNA and sporty pedigree.

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Opel's Monza Concept Car to be shown off at the Frankfurt Motor Show #Video

At the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show, Opel is expected to show off the Monza concept. Nothing is certain yet but we’re hopeful that we’ll see what this new model is all about.

According to Opel, the concept car offers “efficiency and connectivity”. I’m guessing it will be green and more hi-tech complete with different kinds of connectivity. Features include a new infotainmant system and some “”ground-breaking powertrain solution” as described by Opel/Vauxhall CEO arl-Thomas Neumann. Read more

Paris Air Show | The E-Fan is an Electric Aerobatic Trainer

June 22, 2013 | Author: MotorBlog.com | rb

Filed Under: Green, MOTOR SHOWS, MotorNews

 The E-Fan is an Electric Aerobatic Trainer 

The Paris Air Show is drawing quite a crowd. I wish I could be there but I could only check the web for now. Aside from the Airbus A380, the E-Fan is one of the more popular planes. Designed by pilot and engineer Didier Esteyne, the E-Fan is one of the very few electric aircraft that has potential to really work. It’s not his first work as he previously came up with the Cri-Cri electric version. This time though, Esteyne worked with EADS– making the E-Fan and Airbus A380 somehow related. Read more

VOTD | Volvo S60 Polestar concept #Video

May 4, 2013 | Author: MotorBlog.com | am

Filed Under: MOTOR SHOWS, MotorNews, VIDEO

Seoul Motor Show | Hyundai unveils Hyundai Equus by Hermes #Video

April 25, 2013 | Author: MotorBlog.com | rb

Filed Under: MOTOR SHOWS, MotorNews

Seoul Motor Show | Hyundai unveils Hyundai Equus by Hermes #Video

The 2014 Equus may have been unveiled at the New York Auto Show but the 2012 base model has been restyled with more luxury in mind. Why, French fashion brand Hermes was recently tapped to design the interior of Hyundai’s latest stretch limousine.

The Hermes special edition Hyundai Equus features a cabin customized by the designers of Hermes. No info on how much the car will be but since the Hermes brand is part of it, expect this Equus to be more expensive than usual. Of course, that’s what you get from Hermes designers styling the interior. Rich leather, hand-made by Hermes artisans make the car even more pricey.


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