This is the first Buick convertible, since the beginning of the nineties, its design came directly from European Opel, and it is based on its popular Astra platform. This vehicle is a four seater and it is completely the same as the Opel model (which also comes under Cascada nameplate), with just a slight boost in engine output for the American market. This model is presented for the first time on 2015 North American International Auto Show.
This is the performance version of the BMW 6 Series. It comes in three versions for 2016 model year, like a coupe, convertible and a Grand Coupe. For 2016 all three versions come with some new equipment and cosmetic exterior refresh. First spy photos of this vehicle came out in September last year and the new model was presented on 2015 North American International Auto Show last week.
This vehicle is one of the best choices for people who want a hard performance kick packed in $25,000 package, making it much less expensive than some other cars from this class. It is developed by the cooperation of Toyota and Fuji Heavy Industries, and it is sold under various nameplates around the world, from Toyota 86 to Subaru BRZ, adn of course Scion FR-S.
This new Carrera model is slotted somewhere between regular and high performance Carrera GTS3. It comes with the same engine as the S model, but it has some more power and stronger acceleration. There is a coupe and convertible versions, and both are presented on 2014 LA Auto Show, which was at the same time the big American debut of this vehicle. Comparing to a regular model GTS comes with wider stance, bigger wheels and four wheel drive.
Mercedes C Class is getting a new family member. People were waiting for some drastic change in interior or exterior segment, but Mercedes surprised everybody and release a completely new model, that’s probably going to be sold as part of the 2016 model year line up. Continue reading Mercedes C Class Convertible Spy Photos Leaked→
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