Hyundai revealed the extensively updated 2015 Sonata at the New York Auto Show, and now it has released pricing and option packaging for the mid-size sedan (non-Hybrid trim levels) before it hits dealers this summer. Continue reading Hundai Sonata’s New Birth With Low Price Very Soon in 2015
Honda will apply what it learned in its fuel cell pilot programs to a mass-market vehicle powered by hydrogen.
Hydrogen fuel cells were once touted as the path to zero-emission motoring, but advances in battery technology made hybrids and battery-powered electric vehicles more practical. Still Honda, which has built two fuel cell vehicles in the past, isn’t giving up on the universe’s most abundant element. It will launch a new fuel cell car in 2015.
Based on the 1-Series hatch, the four-door model will cater the needs of those looking for a sporty compact sedan.
BMW’s ultimate aim of selling two million cars a year by 2020 is in full force. Having set such an ambitious target, BMW like its German counterparts Audi and Mercedes-Benz is looking to roll out a slew of new entry-level models for the masses, which are expected to debut in the global market in the next few years.
Audi’s A1 lineup has reached to A8 and now it is the wait for A9 to appear. Fans of Audi have to wait a little more as the A9 is supposed to be launched in 2015. The new model of Audi is to be placed above the presently available A8 and this four-door sedan will be the costliest as well as most luxurious model from Audi.
It is expected that this new model A9 will have a 3.0 TFSI engine with around 300 HP for the base version and the top models will be equipped with a V8 of 500hp. Volkswagen’s new modular building block or MSB platform will be henceforth used for the models of Audi, Bentley, Porsche and Lamborghini.
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