Kia will unveil its first large family estate at the Geneva Show. The Optima Sportswagon has evolved from the Sportspace concept seen at the 2015 event.
Volvo’s new S90 premium saloon, on sale in the summer, will be joined by an estate version before the end of 2016.
Jaguar is now taking orders of the 200mph F-Type. The SVR has been developed by Jaguar Land Rover Special Operations – and boasts a 3.5-second 0-60mph time.
Renault’s Alpine sports car brand is to make a comeback, with its first production model unveiled before the end of 2016.
SsangYong will show an extended version of its Tivoli at the Geneva Motor Show. The Tivoli XLV will be displayed alongside the SIV-2, a hybrid concept.
The new Peugeot Traveller MPV has been confirmed to debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March, and Peugeot will also show a concept version at the event.
Kia will launch five completely new models in the next three years, as the Korean brand looks to achieve 100,000 UK sales by 2020.
The order books have opened for the new Mercedes-Benz E-Class saloon, following this month’s unveiling of the car at the Detroit Motor Show.
Bentley workers have today celebrated completing the first production version of one of the most important models in the brand’s history – the Bentayga SUV.
Citroën has unveiled future motorsport plans that will see the French manufacturer withdraw from the FIA World Touring Car Championship to focus its efforts on rallying.
Citroën’s Cactus M concept is being pitched as a leisure vehicle, with a social media competition that offers winners a ‘Beach and Breakfast’ test drive.
Customer demand for the Bentayga SUV has far outstripped expectations, with CEO Wolfgang Dürheimer describing the pre-order intake as “sensational.”
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