23.8.2019 04:29 pm
Despite reviving the 124 Spider moniker four years ago as the spiritual successor to the 1960s Sport Spider and indeed the Barchetta that ended production in 2005, Fiat-Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) has confirmed that a second generation model won’t materialise anytime soon.
According to Britain’s Autocar, FCA Chief Marketing Officer and Fiat CEO, Olivier François, stated that the 124 and its Abarth sibling, both based on the current Mazda MX-5 but fitted with Fiat’s 1.4-litre turbocharged engine, have “no legitimacy” and are not considered important for the marque’s future plans.
Having previewed the mildly updated Ranger in Australia last week, Ford has now brought back the FX4 moniker, albeit for a limited time only.
The initiator of the fast estate when it unveiled the iconic RS2 Avant in 1994, Audi has expanded on its range of hot wagons by unveiling the all-new RS6 Avant.
With its footprint in South Africa continuing to grow, the luxury division of Chinese automaker Great Wall Motors (GWM), Haval sprung a surprise by unveiling the facelift H2 at the Kyalami Festival of Motoring this past Wednesday (21 August).
With the facelift Ford Tourneo Custom having made its debut in November last year, the Ford has now introduced a new flagship model called the Limited.
BMW is sharpening the profile of its flagship models in the luxury segment and the new edition of the 7 Series makes a clear statement of intent with its confident presence, sophisticated elegance and strikingly innovative control/operation, driver assistance and connectivity technology.
Mercedes-Benz has expanded its mild-hybrid range of models to now include four-cylinder engines with the variants in question being the 250e based on the A-Class and B-Class.
Bugatti this past weekend unveiled yet another exclusive model similar to the one-off La Voiture Noire that bowed at the Geneva Motor Show in February.
Having added turbo power in the form of the BoosterJet-engine Swift Sport to the range earlier this month, Suzuki has now added a new flagship model to the ‘regular’ Swift range, the new GLX.
A moniker last used in 2017 by Toyota South Africa on a limited edition version of the Hilux, the Japanese automaker’s Malaysian division has now introduced a Black Edition Hilux of its own at the Drive Auto Fair currently taking place at the Setia City Convention Centre in Shah Alam.
Honda has added to its range of market bespoke models by unveiling the all-new Breeze set to go on sale in China towards the end of this year.
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Having unveiled the XCeed and the Seltos earlier this year, a new report from the United Kingdom has claimed that Kia is looking into the possibility of introducing yet another small SUV, albeit this time based on the Rio.
Despite Ford revealing the updated Ranger in South Africa earlier this year, the Blue Oval’s Australian division has introduced yet more upgrades to the entire range that benefitted from the same tweaks as the local models last year.
With its XC range of crossovers/SUVs currently consisting out of the XC40, XC60 and XC90, Volvo has announced that it is planning on introducing more variants both at the lower and top-ends of its product portfolio.