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Kia Motors staked its claim for leadership in advanced powertrain technology at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show with a display made up entirely of electrified vehicles.
Renault launched its fifth generation Clio at the Geneva Motor Show.
Renault launched their all new fifth generation Clio at the Geneva Motor Show. Designed according to the ‘Evolution and Revolution’ principle, Renault says that the all new Clio rewrites the rule book with more mature body styling and an entirely revamped interior.
Peugeot scooped two major awards at the 34th International Automobile Festival in Paris recently.
Toyota tells us the new 2019 Prius marks further advances in the driving capability and appeal of the world’s most popular self-charging hybrid car.
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At the Geneva International Motor Show in early March, Volkswagen will present the new top model T-Roc R in their crossover series and the German carmaker says that the powerful Volkswagen R vehicle not only convinces with impressive performance data. The sporting characteristics of the T-Roc R are accentuated by the unmistakable ‘R’-specific exterior and interior design.
Ford has revealed the all- new Focus ST which will go on sale across Europe this summer. It is developed by Ford Performance to deliver nimble hot-hatchback thrills in a stylish, comfortable and practical family car.
Toyota has announced that the new Prius marks further advances in the driving capability and appeal of the world’s most popular self-charging hybrid car. Ever since the European launch of the original model in Brussels in 1997, the Prius has been a leader in technical innovation, making ever-greater progress in efficiency, refinement and driving pleasure through four generations. It has been a consistent pathfinder for advanced, useful new technologies.
Volkswagen will reveal the first fully electric version of a new buggy. It takes its cues from popular American dune buggies, the concept vehicle is based on the modular electric drive matrix, demonstrating how multifaceted the new platform truly is.