Tag Archives: Auto Shows

VW Atlas Cross Sport concept ditches 3rd row for sharper look

Volkswagen in 2019 will add a second SUV to the production line at its plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and the Atlas Cross Sport concept unveiled Tuesday is a direct preview of it. The concept is a shorter, more rakish version of the Atlas, which is also built in Chattanooga, and this time there's two rows of seats, making it a strict 5-seater. The Atlas...

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2019 Mercedes-AMG C63 gets numerous updates, but no extra power

Mercedes-Benz pulled back the wraps from its updated 2019 C-Class earlier this month at the 2018 Geneva auto show. Now it's time for Mercedes-AMG to step into the spotlight, because the 2018 New York auto show stage is where we get a taste of the updated C63 side of the family. What's in store for the brash luxury brawler? A new gearbox, more aggressive...

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2018 New York International Auto Show preview

The dust has just settled on the floors of the Geneva auto show but we're already gearing up for the New York auto show on this week. The doors open March 28 and there'll be quite the number of attractions this year, including several important world premieres. The new cars and trucks will be spread over four floors of the Javits Center in Manhattan, and...

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2018 New York International Auto Show preview

The dust is just starting to settle on the floors of the Geneva auto show but we're already gearing up for the New York auto show on next week. The doors open on March 28 and there'll be quite the number of attractions this year, including several important world premieres. The new cars and trucks will be spread over four floors of the Javits Center in...

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This Week’s Top Photos: the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show edition

Porsche pulled one of the biggest surprises of this week's 2018 Geneva International Motor Show by unveiling a new variant of its Mission E electric car concept. Called the Mission E Cross Turismo, it's a higher riding, more rugged version of the Mission E sedan, and Porsche says it will go into production early next decade. Another big surprise was Aston...

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New Stratos debuts at 2018 Geneva auto show

First unveiled in 2010, and in stunning Alitalia livery no less, the New Stratos brought one of the most iconic rally car designs into the modern era. The project was the dream of Michael Stoschek, a German billionaire with a love of rally cars of the original Statos' era. He commissioned Pininfarina to build it, which the Italian design house did using the...

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Pal-V Liberty flying car debuts in Geneva, starts at $400,000

Dutch firm Pal-V is almost ready to take to the skies. The company this week unveiled its first product, a flying car called the Pal-V Liberty, at the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show. The Pal-V Liberty packs an internal combustion engine delivering 100 horsepower, which should be enough for a top speed of 100 mph on the road and 112 mph in the air. All...

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Audi joins Italdesign and Airbus on Pop.Up autonomous flying car project

First Porsche expressed interest in a flying taxi, and now Audi has partnered with Airbus and Italdesign to bring a self-driving car with flying drone capabilities to life. Together, the companies presented the Pop.Up Next concept at the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show this week, an evolution of the Pop.Up concept unveiled by Airbus and Italdesign one...

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David Brown Auto reveals 601-horsepower Speedback Silverstone Edition

Nascent coachbuilder David Brown Automotive burst onto the scene in 2014 with the deliciously retro Speedback GT. The car featured a body inspired by the lines of the Aston Martin DB5 but rode on the much more modern bones of a Jaguar XK. The company went in a very different direction in 2017 when it announced a restoration service for the original Alec...

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