• 2007 Toyota Camry

    Very early pictures of the next Camry were presented to a few “lucky ones” at some banquet a few days ago.And from what I can see, they have another super best seller on their hands. It looks more modern than most other mid sized sedans on the US market. A really big step forward from… Continue reading 2007 Toyota Camry

  • Honda StepWagon

    Usually, I am not too interested in these weird small square vans only sold in Japan.But this new Honda has 2 interesting points:First, the interior floor is made to look like an actual hardwood floor! I have never seen this in any production car before.And that’s a really new idea from “ultra conservative ” Honda.I… Continue reading Honda StepWagon

  • 1965 Oldsmobile

    Nothing new here. Just a cool picture of times long gone.The car is nothing to look at, actually. But the whole picture tells a story of a time when the future looked bright. Olsdmobile itself is not even here anymore!

  • Willis Subaru

    That’s right, the man who pretends to be an actor sells Subarus in Japan. Nothing new, his buddy George Clooney sells Toyotas over there. It’s a “lost in translation” world. It is kind of a joke to even think this former New York bartender actually drives a sensible car like a Subaru. He strikes me… Continue reading Willis Subaru

  • Audi A3 Cabrio???

    Rumors from Germany: Audi might be planing a convertible version of the new A3.That would actually compete with the upcoming Volvo convertible based on the S40.But I think, unlike these computer generated illustrations, Audi would be smart enough to offer a folding hardtop, just like Volvo, Ford, Peugeot, Renault and VW.

  • More on the Porsche Cayman

    The more I see it, the more it looks like a Chinese copy of a Porsche to me…It just looks way overdone. Nothing like the great looking new 911. It makes the new $45000 Boxter look better and better every day.

  • 2006 New Beetle!

    What’s weird about this, is the fact they are trying to get away from the “roundness” of the design.But that’s what a Bug is: round!The front turn signals lost their oval style. The squared off elements (like the fenders and bumpers) don’t really match the look, or personality of the car anymore..The interior is the… Continue reading 2006 New Beetle!

  • Porsche Cayman

    Cayman, not caveman…This “all new” model is actually the coupe version of the Boxter convertible.The 2 seater has more luggage room than the convertible, thanks to a hatch.And it has a new 3.4 Liter engine with almost 300hp.Not sure about the pricing so far. The base price in Germany is just above 50 000 Euros.That… Continue reading Porsche Cayman

  • Aston Martin V8 Vantage

    This is an amazing looking car. Just like the DB9, it really represents what the brand is about. Sport and luxury. No one else does it better. Plus it has that James Bond magic link! It is just too bad that, because of a weak dollar, the car will be more like $120 000 in… Continue reading Aston Martin V8 Vantage

  • 2006 Peugeot 307

    This is the convertible CC model. But all the 307 models will have the new front end next year. (top pic)I am not sure what is the point of this.(except to make it look like the rest of the line up…) The 307, especially the CC, is one of the best looking compact in Europe… Continue reading 2006 Peugeot 307

  • 2006 VW Bedouin

    Another easy name to pronounce for the US market… This photo based illustration pretty much shows what the Golf based SUV will look like.Set to come out in September in Europe. No word on when it’ll get here. You can bet the great 2.0 Liter Turbo will be at the party. Just like the Touareg,… Continue reading 2006 VW Bedouin

  • Mitsuoka Le Seyde!

    That’s right. The name sounds vaguely French, but it doesn’t mean anything.At all…The only thing close to this is the old Clenet car from the 70’s. Actually from a Frenchman (Alain Clenet) based in Santa Barbara.That would maybe explain the weird connection. I cannot really make out what it’s based on. A production japanese car… Continue reading Mitsuoka Le Seyde!