Tag Archives: Luxury

BMW is ready with M Performance Parts for the new 3 Series

BMW has only just revealed its redesigned 2019 3-Series at the 2018 Paris auto show, yet the M division is ready to roll with some fresh parts. From style upgrades to real-deal performance bits, future 2019 3-Series owners have enticing options ahead of them. On the looks side of things, the M division's new M Performance range has a handful of parts...

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2019 Porsche Macan brings new look to 2018 Paris auto show

Like the Cayenne before it, the Macan has been a huge hit for Porsche. It's the marque's most popular model, with more than 97,000 delivered in 2017 alone. Having been introduced for 2015, the Macan is now at the midway point in its life cycle, and to keep sales brimming Porsche has given the small SUV a substantial update. Porsche unveiled the...

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2020 Mercedes-Benz EQC: 200-mile luxury electric SUV debuts

The luxury brands have been late to the electric revolution but that's about to change as a flood of new models arrive in the coming years, particularly from the German brands. Mercedes-Benz alone will launch 10 electric cars by 2025, one of which is the EQC small SUV that made its debut last month at a private event in Sweden and was revealed to the public...

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563-horsepower Infiniti Q60 Black S prototype revealed with F1 tech

Infiniti's sinister Q60 Project Black S coupe has progressed from the concept stage to a working prototype. The latest version will be presented on Tuesday at the 2018 Paris auto show to help kick off the Japanese brand's new electrification push. The Q60 Project Black S is a high-performance version of Infiniti's Q60 coupe and packs a hybrid powertrain...

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2019 Mercedes-AMG A35 hot hatch revealed with 302 horsepower

Mercedes-AMG has revealed its first take on Mercedes-Benz's new generation of compact cars. The car is the new A35 based on the A-Class hatchback, and it was revealed on Tuesday at the 2018 Paris auto show. The A35 isn't a direct replacement for the outgoing A45. That model is due out later. That's right. AMG will now offer two levels of performance for its...

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2019 Mercedes-Benz B-Class revealed: Practicality in a luxury wrapper

Mercedes-Benz on Tuesday unveiled a sportier, more high-tech B-Class minivan at the 2018 Paris auto show. The redesigned model is the nameplate's third iteration. It is also the third body style from Mercedes' new generation of compact cars, following the A-Class hatchback unveiled in February and A-Class sedan unveiled in April. So far only the A-Class...

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2019 BMW 3-Series revealed in Paris with updated tech, engines–no manual

The 2019 BMW 3-Series that debuted Tuesday at the 2018 Paris auto show not only represented the seventh generation of the sedan, but it's also a substantial leap forward for the iconic four-door that has withered for nearly a decade. The new 3-Series dramatically improves its interior tech and driver assistance features—in line with similar...

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Get ready for the bulletproof $2M Rolls-Royce Cullinan limo

Rolls-Royce pulled the wraps off of the Cullinan luxury SUV this May, but buyers who need a little more room will be glad to know there are options for their options. Klassen, a German company with a pedigree in turning premium vehicles into luxurious limousines, has shown images of its Cullinan limo. Klassen says on its website that the company extends the...

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563-horsepower Infiniti Q60 Black S prototype revealed with F1 tech

Infiniti's sinister Q60 Project Black S coupe has progressed from the concept stage to a working prototype. The latest version will be presented on Tuesday at the 2018 Paris auto show to help kick off the Japanese brand's new electrification push. The Q60 Project Black S is a high-performance version of Infiniti's Q60 coupe and packs a hybrid powertrain...

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Audi names new R&D boss

Audi on Monday named Hans-Joachim Rothenpieler as its new R&D chief. Rothenpieler will replace the automaker's current R&D chief Peter Mertens on November 1. Mertens only took up the job in May 2017 but has decided to step down due to health reasons. “Over the past 16 months, we have initiated a comprehensive transformation at technical...

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