Mazda has provided a peek at the revamped 2014 Mazda 6 sedan ahead of the car’s introduction at the Moscow Auto Show this month.
Powered by a 2-liter inline 4-cylinder engine and 6-speed automatic transmission, Mazda says the car will be shown in Russian specification. Its surprise appearance at the show, Aug. 27-30, is meant to underscore the importance of Russia as an emerging market.
Continue reading A First Glimpse of the 2014 Mazda 6 Comes in Moscow
Mini’s coupe version of the Countryman, the Paceman will officially be launched next year after its debut at the Paris Auto Show this September.
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The ambitions of Lotus Cars, which showed six concepts just over a year ago at the Paris auto show, are again the subject of rumors and speculation. The Malaysian government may follow the advice once given by Colin Chapman, the founder of Lotus, to “simplify and add lightness” by divesting itself of Proton Holdings, the corporate parent of the boutique British sports-car manufacturer.
Continue reading With Ownership of Corporate Parent Reportedly in Flux, Lotus Cars Awaits a Resolution
The series production version of the Ford Focus ST will show its face formally — and finally — next week at the Frankfurt motor show. The hot hatch will be sold in the United States later in 2012.
In concept form, the car was first displayed at the Paris auto show a year ago wearing a hue of orange called Tangerine Scream. It made subsequent stops at the Los Angeles, Detroit and New York auto shows.
Continue reading Ford Focus ST: An Already Familiar Face Turns Toward Frankfurt
At a press conference on Friday morning in London, Jaguar answered the question vexing hand-raisers for the Porsche 918 Spyder plug-in hybrid: is $845,000 too dear a price for a next-generation supercar?
Why, no, not at all.
Continue reading Jaguar C-X75: Belle of the Paris Auto Show to Enter Production