Category : Motor Show
Mazda has debuted its CX-30 compact crossover at Geneva, ahead of its global launch later this year.
Škoda has unveiled its Vision iV concept at Geneva, providing a clear preview of the brand’s forthcoming electric crossover.
Honda is advancing its plans to electrify its range with the announcement that 100% of its European automobile sales will be “electrified” by 2025.
Audi has revealed first sketches of its “next stage in electric mobility”; the Audi Q4 e-tron electric car concept.
Volvo’s compact executive wagon gives plenty for rivals to worry about, says Alex Grant.
Renault will launch hybrid and plug-in hybrid versions of the Clio, Captur and Megane starting from 2020, enabling customers to “go electric without changing their habits,” according to group chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn.
Nissan has unveiled an upgraded version of its IMx electric concept vehicle, featuring a new look and Brain-to-Vehicle (B2V) technology.
Hyundai has previewed its future design direction with the unveiling of the ‘Le Fil Rouge’ design concept at the Geneva Motor Show.
Porsche reveals second electric car concept with 800V system, enabling 400-kilometre range in 15 minutes.
Renault has shown how it thinks shared urban mobility could look in the future with the unveiling of its EZ-GO concept at the Geneva Motor Show.
Kia has unveiled its third-generation Ceed Sportswagon, which brings increased boot space to rival models from the next segment up.
Honda is to open order books for its first battery-electric vehicle in Europe in early 2019.
Lexus will expand its SUV offering next year with a small SUV called the UX.
Volkswagen has given us a glimpse of the luxury saloon of the near future with the unveiling of the I.D. Vizzion concept.
Skoda has revealed plans for a new small SUV with the unveiling of the Vision X concept car at the Geneva Motor Show.
Toyota will have no diesel passenger cars on sale in Europe by the end of this year, citing limited demand and widespread uptake of hybrid alternatives.
Jaguar has revealed pricing, a 480km range and final production specification for its first electric vehicle: the I-Pace.
Honda’s new CR-V will debut a hybrid powertrain for Europe and a seven-seat option while ditching diesel powerplants.
Hyundai has revealed the electric version of the Kona compact SUV, confirming a range of almost 300 miles under the new WLTP cycle and rapid 100kW charging capability.
Peugeot hopes to attract fleets back to the D-segment with the new 508, re-designing it as a four-door coupe with a view to improving residual values and keeping running costs low.
Lexus has revealed a concept version of the next LS luxury saloon at the Tokyo Motor Show, confirming that the production version will debut fully automated highway driving as soon as 2020.
Toyota is sticking with hydrogen fuel cell technology despite pressing ahead with research into longer-range solid-state batteries, revealing two concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show to showcase the technology.
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation has revived its Evolution high-performance line with a fully-electric crossover, revealed at the Tokyo Motor Show.
Honda has confirmed its future line up will include more hybrid vehicles and, for the first time, plug-in hybrid and electric vehicle (EV) models from here forward.
As well as joining Formula E for the fifth season, Nissan has unveiled a brace of EV concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show 2017.
Mazda has previewed its next-generation 3 and 6 models, outlining a product strategy which will combine more efficient combustion engines with electrification technology.
Chinese carmaker Chery has revealed the first of its European-market products, a crossover with hybrid and electric powertrains which will target fleet and retail customers across the region.
Volkswagen Group is working towards carbon-neutral combustion engines, seeing petrol and diesel as a vital technology despite plans for mass electrification of its model range over the next decade.