• Next VW Passat

    This IS the next Passat, but which one? At first, it seems to be the new version of the European model. Which has been testing for a while. But these pictures are from China. Where they sell the same version as we have in the US. This also looks to be a LWB version. So… Continue reading Next VW Passat

  • BYD Denza EV

    This is mostly interesting as it is a joint venture between Mercedes and Chinese BYD. (I have heard before that it is based on the previous generation Mercedes B-Class.) They also claim a range of over 180 miles, which is actually really good and about twice the range of other EVs like the Nissan Leaf.… Continue reading BYD Denza EV

  • 2015/16 Lexus IS-F

    The super sport version of the new IS is just around the corner. Packing a 450hp V8. From what we can see here, it will look even more vulgar than the regular V6 version. With more black plastic trim, scoops, wings, spoilers etc… I guess some people want that…

  • 2015 Toyota Yaris.

    The Yaris is getting a new look for 2015. Not as much as the Camry, but still. A whole new front and revised rear and interior. The car pictured here is the Hybrid version which we don’t get. (Since it would compete with the Prius C) And we don’t get the cool glass roof either…

  • Hyundai ix25

    Looks like Hyundai is getting their own Kia Soul. Why not. At least it has its own design. Which doesn’t look half has good as the Kia version. The new Sonata, and now this. They are getting more and more conservative these days…

  • Honda Spirior

    Another Chinese Honda sedan with a ghastly front end. And a stupid name. (It sounds like someone who can’t pronounce “Superior”…) There is also a rumor that it could end up in Europe as the new Euro Accord. (Although I though the new Acura TLX was…) I cannot imagine anyone in Europe buying a car… Continue reading Honda Spirior

  • Lincoln MKX Concept

    As we all know, this is pretty much what the production version will look like. Except for details. Just like the MKC was almost exactly like its concept version. It looks very nice and elegant. Again, it has an “American Lexus” feel to it. Which I think is where Lincoln is trying to be…