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Hyundai teases Genesis NY concept

Hyundai will continue the development of its Genesis luxury sub-brand with the unveiling of a concept at the New York International Auto Show on 23rd March.

Bouyant SEAT plans second SUV

SEAT is to launch a second SUV model in 2017 to rival the likes of Nissan’s Juke. The car, “a smaller all-road crossover”, will be sold alongside the Ateca.

Volvo prices up new 90 range-toppers

Volvo’s S90 and V90 models will go on sale at prices from £32,555 and £34,555 respectively, the Swedish brand has announced.

McLaren targets track with new models

McLaren Automotive is unveiling two new models, 570S GT4 and 570S Sprint, that are both specifically intended for track use.

Suzuki adds Adventure to Jimny

Suzuki is launching a new special edition version of its long-running Jimny 4x4 model. The Jimny Adventure adds extra equipment to the current model.

New Subaru, Mazda set for New York show

Subaru confirms that the all-new Impreza will be unveiled at the New York Auto Show on 23rd March, along with Mazda' unveiling of the new MX-5 Roadster.

Mercedes E-Class gets AMG potency

Mercedes-Benz is unveiling the fourth in its new range of AMG variants and the first of the performance models in the E-Class range.

Subaru shows base of future cars

Subaru is revealing the platform that will form the basis of the Japanese brand’s next generation of vehicles.

On video: BMW looks to next 100 years

BMW unveils a self-driving concept car. The new vehicle has been revealed at a 100th anniversary celebration at the German brand’s first factory in Munich.

Polestar adds sport to Volvos

Volvo is pushing on with its bid to add a more performance-pitched image to its cars with the launch of a range of upgrade parts.

Geneva – Skoda points to its next SUV

Skoda’s big Geneva unveiling is described as a concept but is close to the final look of the Czech brand’s forthcoming SUV model.

Geneva – Toyota goes bold with C-HR

Toyota Concepts at the 2014 Paris and 2015 Frankfurt shows pointed towards a new crossover to rival Nissan’s Juke, and the production C-HR.

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