Saturday, September 30, 2006
Friday, September 29, 2006
Thursday, September 28, 2006
Just a concept.
But take out the yellow paint and some of the crap outside and there you have it:
What we used to call the "Euro Corolla".
But no more Corolla, at least in Europe. Auris sounds almost like Yaris, a big success in Europe for Toyota.
These pictures actually show the stuff I posted earlier was pretty accurate. Right?
A 3 door version of this might still make it in the US...
Posted by Vince Burlapp at 9:08 AM
Finally the wagon version of the cheap and surprisingly popular Dacia Logan.
The sedan starts at 7500 Euros and tops at 10500.
So expect the wagon to be just a bit more.
Cheap, especially for Europe.
The sedan popularity turned this dorky looking car into something almost hip.
The wagon has an even better chance.
Don't you want to be with these cool people who spend more money one their clothes than their cars?
Seats 7 too!
Posted by Vince Burlapp at 8:54 AM
But which one?
Obviously still just an illustration. But is it the 2008 S Type or the next XJ.
The S Type is due pretty soon, so...
I just hope it looks that good. This thing has everything Jaguar needs right now.
And, no. I don't think it looks like that horrible S Type illustration I posted a few days ago...
Posted by Vince Burlapp at 6:57 AM
Wednesday, September 27, 2006
These are the first official pictures of Audi's 911 fighter.
It does look great.
And a bit more luxurious than the Porsche.
420hp V8, Quattro,Aluminum body. Pretty amazing stuff.
Available bang and Olufsen stereo, rear view camera, navigation etc...
Pretty much a sports car for the 21st century.
Expect a price of around $100 000 in the US. So quite a bit more than a regular 911.
Posted by Vince Burlapp at 7:46 PM
A thinly disguised Concept showing us the upcoming production version?
But I am quite surprise this one doesn't really match the spy shots of the new Twingo we've seen so far.
Especially the front end.
And besides the logo, nothing here really says Renault. This could pretty much be from anyone...
Posted by Vince Burlapp at 7:15 AM