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  • 2025 VW Tiguan.

    As usual, VW still thinks the North American market only likes larger SUVs. Therefore, the all-new 2024 redesigned Tiguan wasn’t for us. Instead, we are still getting the 7-seater longer version with 3 rows of seats. This new SUV will also replace the Tayron in China. The new Chinese Tayron and North American Tiguan will… Continue reading 2025 VW Tiguan.

  • Chevrolet Equinox PHEV.

    These are photos of the new Chevrolet Equinox PHEV being introduced in China. Where it is called the “Equinox Plus”. RS and Activ trims are available with the new PHEV powertrain. It includes a 1.5 Liter engine with an electric motor. It seems no other specs are available yet. This is exactly what they meant… Continue reading Chevrolet Equinox PHEV.

  • Mazda CX-80.

    Mazda finally revealed the last piece of their “new models puzzle” with the European market CX-80. It is a 3-row version of the CX-60 but a bit shorter than our CX-90. At least unlike the North American CX-70 and CX-90, the European models are not the exact same cars. The CX-80 is indeed longer and… Continue reading Mazda CX-80.

  • 2025 Hyundai Palisade.

    As we already know, the 2025 Hyundai Palisade will get a much more angular design than the current generation. This is obvious when comparing the prototype to the current version above. From what we can see on the close-up shot of the roof and windshield, it could be getting more chrome too. Which is currently… Continue reading 2025 Hyundai Palisade.

  • 2025 Toyota Camry.

    Toyota has released official pricing info for the redesigned 2025 Camry. The “redesign” is modest at best, since the car is basically the same as the previous generation. A design dating back to 2017. The front end is new, and so are the rear lights. And for some reason, the rear side window is a… Continue reading 2025 Toyota Camry.

  • Future Alfas.

    Yes, new Alfa Romeos are coming. In Europe, the new Alfa-Romeo Junior was launched a few days ago. However, this isn’t coming here. What we will be getting is a new Stelvio SUV next year and a new Giulia sedan a year later. Both will be based on the new STLA Large platform from Stelantis.… Continue reading Future Alfas.

  • Mazda 6e.

    Mazda has released a second teaser for their all-new EV sedan, the Mazda 6e. It shows part of the front door. As we’ve mentioned before, the new Mazda 6e will be based on a car from Mazda’s Chinese and state-owned partner in China, Changan. The sedan is the Changan SL03. It’s hard to tell how… Continue reading Mazda 6e.

  • 2025 Nissan Qashqai.

    Look no further than the 2025 Nissan Qashqai to see what an unnecessary mid-cycle update looks like. The new front end is smoother and much, much more generic than before. With a giant grille that now covers almost the whole front of the car. At least to me, it also looks more like a Hyundai… Continue reading 2025 Nissan Qashqai.

  • Mazda 6e?

    Mazda just dropped another teaser for their upcoming all-new EV sedan for the Chinese market. The new sedan will be based on Changan’s SL03 model. Changan Automobile has been Mazda‘s partner in China since 2012. It looks like the Mazda version will have a different rear end since the teaser shows different lights than the… Continue reading Mazda 6e?

  • Kia EV3.

    Of course, the interior of the upcoming Kia K3 compact EV will be toned down quite a bit from the really good concept we saw last year. Still, it seems many design cues might have made it into the translation to a production car. It looks like the center console was indeed inspired by the… Continue reading Kia EV3.

  • Xpeng P7 convertible.

    It looks like Chinese manufacturer Xpeng will be releasing a 2 door convertible version of their P7 EV sedan. While it looks like so many other new Chinese sedans, the P7 came out almost 4 years ago. The clean design is still modern and like any other EVs these days, it is available as a… Continue reading Xpeng P7 convertible.

  • Mazda CX-80.

    Mazda first launched the new CX-60 in Europe. Then the larger 3-row CX-90 in North America. Later we got the CX-70, which is just a 5-seat version of the CX-90, for the exact same price. Now they are launching their 3-row SUV for the European market, the CX-80. It sounds overly complicated because it is.… Continue reading Mazda CX-80.

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