• 2025 Nissan Juke.

    Nissan has announced it is investing over $1.2 billion in its British factory to build 2 new EVs. One of them is expected to be an electric version of the next-generation Nissan Juke. Notice they mentioned the “EV version of the Juke” which means a gas or hybrid model might still be available. The other… Continue reading 2025 Nissan Juke.

  • Kia EV truck?

    That’s exactly what I thought at first. But not… These are illustrations of an upcoming Dong Feng Electric pickup truck for the Chinese market. Dong Feng Motor Corporation was created back in 1969 and is actually still a state-owned Chinese car manufacturer. It is a big player with 2.1 million vehicles manufactured in 2021. Besides… Continue reading Kia EV truck?

  • 2025 Kia EV6.

    It seems the Kia EV6 just came out but apparently, they’ve already decided it is time for a mid-cycle refresh for the EV6 as well as its platform cousin, the Hyundai Ioniq 5. The illustration on top is obviously based on the many spy shots we’ve seen of the car. While I love the current… Continue reading 2025 Kia EV6.

  • 2025 Nissan Maxima.

    Nissan has been talking about new EVs for years now. We have seen many concepts, for both the Nissan and Infiniti brands, but nothing concrete so far. The current Nissan Leaf came out in 2017 and the Aryia was delayed multiple times. Unlike upcoming Toyota EV models with their next-generation platforms and batteries, the next-generation… Continue reading 2025 Nissan Maxima.

  • 2025 Porsche Panamera.

    Could someone please tell Porsche suits to stop ruining their designs? The revised (again) Panamera for 2024 is definitely not an improvement over the gorgeous current model. The front end has of course become too busy and aggressive. And it seems Porsche is on a warpath against curves. The very curves that made their designs… Continue reading 2025 Porsche Panamera.