Tires getting better with age? Sounds like you have a death wish. But that's what Michelin is promising. The company claims to have developed a new technology called EverGrip allowing tires to maintain, and improve their grip as they wear down. The tires will guarantee 96,000 km of life. The EverG...
Bentley is going to make smaller cars. At Geneva, Bentley's top sales and marketing exec, Kevin Rose revealed to Autocar magazine that it will be hard to be certain what the market will demand that far into the future, and at the moment, their line of thinking is for a smaller car. Though that doesn't necessarily mean cheaper.
The Mini Clubman made its debut this week at Switzerland’s Geneva Auto Show and it highlights the German Company's estate style car being taken to another level. It is longer and wider than the current vehicle, giving it more interior space and style for a design leading towards function and utility.
Infiniti will sponsor the Media Center for the Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance (March 7-9, 2014) and this year, they will honor special Offenhauser-powered race cars, by paying tribute with a one-off Q60 Convertible. in honor of the 1968 Indy 500 race winning car, an Offenhauser-powered Eagle.
Land Rover announced that the Freelander will be available in two new specifications - the HSE Luxury and the XS. The former is available as the Freelander 2 and will be badged "Metropolis" in UK and Russia.
The Juke is a supermini-based car and Nissan didn't try hard to make it attract attention with its fairly facelifted model revealed in Geneva. What brought in the attention was the options of new paint finishes, alloy wheel designs and special design touches. You can personalize your own Juke.
FAB Design brought modified versions of the Lamborghini Aventador they call "Spridon" and a McLaren P1 to the Geneva Motor Show. The McLaren gets fitted with custom rims to reduce the unsprung mass and further improve the P1's cornering capabilities.
Aston Martin brings a more dramatic look of its DB9 Carbon Black and Carbon White editions with the V8 Vantage N430 Special to Geneva, offered in both Coupe and Roadster styles.
Besides showing the "Q by Aston Martin V12 Vantage S" and "Q by Aston Martin Vanquish Volante", the British marque also created the Q Lounge concept, which it says, "will be the blueprint for similar bespoke specification rooms in selected Aston Martin dealerships around the world".