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Paris motor show 2018: Preview
Lee Stern 21 Jun 2018 The 2018 Paris motor show will be held between 4 and 14 October at the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles. As usual, a number of new, yet-to-be-seen models will break cover for the first time, having been teased in the build-up to the event, before hitting showroom floors in the future. A staple on the motor show calendar, hosted on alternate years to the Frankfurt motor show, the Paris exhibition is the oldest of its kind and remains a hotbed for new car releases, as demonstrated in 2016, when the Mercedes-AMG GT R, Porsche Panamera and Audi A5 all made their public debuts. This year’s event is shaping up to be no different, with a number of marquee models set to appear in the metal for the first time. The 2018 Paris motor show kicks off with two press days on 2 and 3 October, before the doors open to the public on 4 October. Below we've compiled a list of the headline releases set to take centre stage in Paris. Paris motor show 2018:... [more]
www.evo.co.uk : 2018-06-21 11:42:18

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Paris motor show 2018: Preview

Lee Stern 21 Jun 2018 The 2018 Paris motor show will be held between 4 and 14 October at the Paris Expo Porte de Versailles. As usual, a number of new, yet-to-be-seen models will break cover for the first time, having been teased in the build-up to the event, before hitting showroom floors in the future. A staple on the motor show calendar, hosted on alternate years to the Frankfurt motor show, the Paris exhibition is the oldest of its kind and remains a hotbed for new car releases, as demonstrated in 2016, when the Mercedes-AMG GT R, Porsche Panamera and Audi A5 all made their public debuts. This year’s event is shaping up to be no different, with a number of marquee models set to appear in the metal for the first time. The 2018 Paris motor show kicks off with two press days on 2 and 3 October, before the doors open to the public on 4 October. Below we've compiled a list of the headline releases set to take centre stage in Paris. Paris motor show 2018:... [more]
www.evo.co.uk : 2018-06-21 11:42:18

New 2018 Renault Megane RS Trophy spied at Nurburgring

James Brodie 2018-06-21 11:05 Renault's upcoming Megane RS Trophy hot hatch is being prepared with more power and a proper differential The latest Renault Megane RS has just hit showrooms in Britain, but an even harder version of the French firm’s flagship hot hatch and Volkswagen Golf GTI rival is on the horizon, as suggested by these brand new spy shots taken at the Nurburgring. It’s a Trophy branded version of the Megane RS, which will boast more power and substantial chassis and suspension tweaks in a bid to propel the hot Megane closer to more raucous members of the current hot hatch crop, such as the Honda Civic Type R. • New 2018 Renault Megane RS review Confirmed at the reveal of the regular car, Renault will use the same 1.8-litre turbocharged four-cylinder engine, but power and torque will swell to around 295bhp and 400Nm, slashing the 5.8 second 0-62mph by a few tenths. Image 6 of 12 Image 6 of 12 Alongside a more rigid Cup ... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-06-21 10:56:24

Toyota Camry to return to UK in 2019 as Avensis is axed

John McIlroy 2018-06-21 08:00 Low sales figures have forced Toyota to kill off the Avensis, with the Camry saloon set to replace next year The Toyota Camry name is to return to UK dealerships in 2019, it has been revealed. The big saloon will slot into the range next year as Toyota kills off the slow-selling Avensis. The Camry badge was last seen in Toyota’s British showrooms 14 years ago - although the model has enjoyed substantial sales growth in other markets since then. Toyota currently sells more than 700,000 Camrys per year. • Best executive cars 2018 Toyota has yet to announce specs for the Camry that will be sold in the UK, but we know it’ll be the latest version that’s based on the modular front-wheel-drive Toyota New Global Architecture platform technology, as seen on the likes of the C-HR and Prius. UK Camrys will be powered by a 2.5-litre four-cylinder petrol-electric hybrid set-up - similar, in fact, to the system that’s about ... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-06-20 17:41:47

New 2019 Volvo S60 revealed - T8 Polestar model coming, but UK will have to wait

Jordan Katsianis 20 Jun 2018 Volvo’s expansive, expensive assault on the premium car sector has just revealed its secret weapon, the new Volvo S60 saloon. Despite the market’s increasing transition to SUVs, the not-so-humble compact executive saloon is still the source of serious profit for manufacturers, so it comes as no surprise to see the new S60 is aiming right at the jugular of its established German rivals. Based on the attractive V60 estate, the S60 4-door trades the estate’s boxy body for a more traditional saloon silhouette. In a move away from other saloons on the market, Volvo has opted to apply a very traditional three-box shape for the new S60, which should see benefits in rear headroom if little else. As with all of Volvo’s recent models, the sleek Scandinavian-cool design language dominates the bodywork, it’s awash with sleek, sophisticated surfacing paired with sharp detailing. It’s bang up to date, and will definitely appeal ... [more]
www.evo.co.uk : 2018-06-20 17:01:22

2019 Jaguar I-Pace Vs. Tesla Model X 75D: Compare Electric Cars

It's said comparison is the thief of joy. We're here to steal the joy from Tesla Model X fans. The 2019 Jaguar I-Pace is a better electric car, though the Tesla still has a superior charging infrastructure at its back. We give the extraordinary new I-Pace a 9.4 out of 10, compared to the Model X's score of 7.7, which will be recalculated and may...... [more]
www.thecarconnection.com : 2018-06-20 12:11:00

New Volkswagen SEDRIC review

Image 1 of 12 Image 1 of 12 20 Jun, 2018 10:15am Jonathan Burn We go for a ride in the Volkswagen SEDRIC, VW’s self-driving taxi of the future Within the next five years the VW Group is aiming to have a fully autonomous Level 5 ‘mobility service’ on the market. It won’t be sold to everyday consumers, but instead to businesses such as taxi firms and delivery companies who want more efficient transport services. The SEDRIC is a working concept of what the VW Group is planning to sell – and Auto Express has been for an exclusive passenger ride to see how the project is developing. • The ultimate guide to autonomous cars The car retains much of the look of the design concept that was previewed at last year’s Geneva motor show. Visually, the only real change is the removal of the wheel covers so the SEDRIC has the ability to turn corners. Image 2 of 12 Image 2 of 12 It’s cloaked in lidar (light and laser) sensors, 360... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-06-20 10:16:06

Porsche buys a stake in Rimac

Steve Walker 2018-06-20 09:35 Porsche has taken a stake electric hypercar company Rimac Automobile and its subsidiary Greyp Bikes Porsche has bought a minority stake in performance electric car brand Rimac, the company behind the company behind the Concept One hypercar. In a statement, Rimac said that the deal aims to support its positioning as a leading EV technology supplier and high-performance electric vehicle manufacturer. Croatia-based Rimac was founded in 2009 by CEO Mate Rimac and has grown to employ 400 people on the outskirts of Zagreb. Its subsidiary Greyp Bikes, which is also included in the Porsche partnership, is based at the same location and is developing an electric bicycle. In the wake of the Porsche deal, Mate Rimac remains Rimac’s majority shareholder.  • Paris motor show 2018 preview Rimac is best know for its Concept One hypercar which employs a 1,270bhp electric motor to deliver a claimed 0-62mph time of 3.3 seconds and a ... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-06-20 09:29:50

Paris Motor Show 2018: preview

James Brodie 2018-06-19 11:00 Europe's big car brands are gearing up to hit the French capital with a glut of new metal this October at the 2018 Paris motor show Though the 2018 edition of the Paris motor show doesn’t begin until early October, we already have a good idea as to what some of the show’s biggest stars are likely to be. Following on from March’s Geneva motor show as the second major European automotive exhibition of the calendar year, the Paris motor show alternates with the International motor show Germany in Frankfurt every year. • Paris motor show 2016 report: all the news and big new cars While Geneva is regarded as more significant for European new car launches, and the sheer scale of Frankfurt makes it unmatched for the variety of cars on display, Paris lays claim to being the world’s oldest motor show with the first edition held back in 1898. Paris 2016 certainly didn’t disappoint on the new car front, either. Wi... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-06-18 17:06:08

New Kia Ceed range set to grow to four models

Steve Fowler 2018-06-18 15:30 VW Golf-rivalling hatch and estate to be joined by shooting brake with SUV likely, too The new third-generation Kia Ceed hatchback will be joined by two all-new body styles, as well as the already revealed Sportswagon estate.  The new hatchback goes on sale in August with the Sportswagon arriving towards the end of the year. However, Kia has confirmed that the third model, a shooting brake, will be unveiled at the Paris motor show in October. • New Kia Ceed review Auto Express understands that this new version could take the Proceed name, previously used on the old Cee’d three-door model and also used for the shooting brake concept shown at last year’s Frankfurt motor show. And like the new hatch, it’ll lose the apostrophe and the underscore from its name. Following on from the new Proceed will be a further variant of the Ceed family, which is likely to be an SUV. Kia will position these new models as more prem... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-06-18 15:23:21

New Kia Ceed 2018 review

Image 1 of 30 Image 1 of 30 18 Jun, 2018 8:00am Steve Fowler Kia's new Ceed hatchback goes on sale in August, but is it on par with the Volkswagen Golf and upcoming Ford Focus? Kia’s a car company with confidence right now. Its Stinger executive saloon has proven a genuine challenger to the German elite, so this third generation Ceed arrives with a spring in its step (and without the pointless apostrophe of the previous two models) to take on the Volkswagen Golf, new Mercedes A-Class and forthcoming Ford Focus. There’s more than a hint of Stinger to the new Ceed’s look. It’s lower and wider than before with a broader tiger nose grille and swept back lights, while this newly confident Kia talks about a more engaging drive – we’ll see about that later. • Best hatchbacks on sale 2018 While the overall length of the car hasn’t changed, the rear overhang has grown to enlarge the boot, and the interior has been given ... [more]
www.autoexpress.co.uk : 2018-06-18 07:37:39


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