De Tomaso has come up with the first details and photographs of the De Tomaso SLC. The vehicle is to be unveiled at the upcoming Geneva Motor show. The premium large crossover concept of De Tomaso, known as the SLS (Sport Luxury Sedan), is yet to get its real name tag. The SLS features two power options such as a 550-hp V-8 and a 300-hp V-6 in addition to all-wheel drive.
The 2012 Mercedes Benz C class will reach the US by September after its launch at the Geneva Motor Show on March 1st. The technology is borrowed from the C-class sedan and infused in to a coupe body. The car is 1.5 inches lower than its sedan.
Wikispeed has just unveiled their new SGT01. The automotive startup is looking for backers to get the car into mass production. SGT01 is a 1,300 lb (590 kg) vehicle envisioned as a futuristic four-seater. The current prototype looks more like an aerodynamic sports racer.
The five-door Hyundai Verna, as you all know, has been in the offing for quite some time now. The Korean car maker has now said that the new model will soon debut at the Motor Show that will open in Ghangzhou, China.
The UK market has welcomed the new Vauxhall VXR8 sedan. Driving into the British market place, the VXR8 promises ultra good performance with its new engine – incidentally the largest ever that has been fitted into a Vauxhall model. The car has been presented as a high-powered rear-wheel drive sedan that takes off from the earlier Holden HSV E3 GTS model.
At the Paris Motor Show, that is just around the corner, PSA Peugeot Citroen plans to make their customary big statement, say early reports.
General Motors has revealed the 5-door Chevrolet Cruze hatchback and the car will be officially introduced at the 2010 Paris Motor Show. With the introduction of the new car, customers have an alternative body style to the traditional sedan.
Hyundai has introduced a new sub-compact family sedan concept RB at the 2010 Moscow International Motor Show. Production version of this concept car, which is basically a repackaged Verna / Accent, is scheduled to begin at Hyundai’s first full-cycle plant in Saint Petersburg, in January 2011. It will join the Hyundai lineup in the spring of 2011.