A wide-body beast for the fast and the curious
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.
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!
These shots represent the latest stage in development of Porsche’s upcoming Panamera sedan. For the first time, Porsche’s engineers have removed a large quantity of plastic camouflage and cladding to reveal some of the body work lurking underneath. Specificall
The new BMW X6 is sleeker and sportier than its siblings. See our spy photos here.
We caught the next-gen Golf (or Rabbit) being tested in the desert. Check out the pictures here.
Hyundai is finishing development and testing on the rear-wheel drive Genesis sedan, set to be unveiled this fall as a 2008 model. The prototypes in the pictures you see here are the latest models Hyundai has been using for testing, and they more closely match
Besides a more aggressive, squared-off look, thanks in part to 300C designer Ralph Gilles, Chrysler’s next minivans also will feature–at last–roll-down windows for the sliding doors. The new models are coming in mid-2007.
Get ready for the new Dodge Avenger with this preview.
Playing to what’s popular, the next CTS will sport Escalade-style chrome grille slats and wheels as well as a Chrysler 300-like, high-beltline, low-cut greenhouse. A coupe will follow a year after the sedan. The CTS-V will swap its Corvette engine for a more p
A totally redesigned Chevrolet Malibu will hit showrooms in late 2007, but it won’t be rear-wheel drive. The ‘Bu will remain a front driver for now, and Chevy will forego trying to cram in a V-8.
From the outside, the next Mini will look remarkably similar to the one now plying U.S. roads. The cabin, however, will boast a cleaner, more user-friendly design, and the Chrysler-derived engines will be replaced by new turbocharged powerplants developed in c