Hyundai has relased a sketch of its forthcoming rear-wheel drive coupe. Whether it’s called the Tiburon, Tuscani, or Genesis Coupe, if it looks anything like this sketch, it’ll be a hit.
BMW will start selling after market performance parts for the 3-series and Z4. Read about the modifications here.
Ford has released pricing info for the brand new Focus. The 2008 model will include some new equipment and start at under $15,000.
Just in time for the Frankfurt Auto Show, Maserati is putting the finishing touches on the Sport GT S, which will be the ultimate expression of sportiness.
The yet-unnamed Genesis Coupe (we’ve heard that Hyundai is leaning towards Tiburon or Tuscani) has a muscular build and turbocharged two-liter engine. Sounds like a tuner car to us!
Little is known about Lamborghini’s newest star, except that it will be styled after (what else?) the world’s most advanced jet fighter, the F-22 Raptor.
The C30 Efficiency clocks in at about 52 miles per gallon. Not bad for a bunch of relatively minor upgrades and modifications.
With over 290 hp, sporty good looks, and an assortment of tech goodies, the EX35 will be a solid competitor to the BMW X3.
The Aston Martin DBS is sleek, strong, and handsome. It has a 510 hp V-12 and a strong racing pedigree. Plus, it’s the only car in the world that is cool enough for James Bond.
The Aston Martin DBS is sleek, strong, handsome, and accomplished – and it’s coming soon.
The standard Cayman S has been dipped in shiny black paint and given black matte accents, while the interior gets covered in leather and non-slip black alcantra.
The Passat and Passat Variant (wagon in the United States) make their debut at Frankfurt this year.
For people who just have to turn it up to eleven, we now have the Mini John Cooper Works Challenge. Read about it here.
The Volkswagen Polo BlueMotion will reach 60 mpg under mixed driving conditions. Read more here.
A car that gets over 100 mpg and costs less than $15,000? Read about the Loremo LS Concept here.
The Renault Clio Estate is yet another cool wagon to be sold in Europe that we can’t have here. Read more here.
Chevrolet will have the newly facelifted Aveo on display at the Frankfurt Auto Show. See more here.
The new Aero model of the Saab 9-7X adds a bigger engine and other performance modifications. Read more here.
The new BMW X6 is sleeker and sportier than its siblings. See our spy photos here.