There’s a new hog set to prowl on American roads. Harley-Davidson has introduced the new Blackline motorcycle in its Dark Custom lineup, effectively a Softail “symbolising defiance”, designed for younger riders with a bit of a rebel streak in them.
Hyundai has finally unveiled the Hyundai Veloster at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show.
Kia Motors has unveiled the KV7 Concept at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show.
The race-bred Porsche 918 Spyder Concept, dubbed as the 918 RSR was showcased at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show. The production version of the 918 RSR could be rolled out in early 2012. There is speculations that the 918 RSR, except the huge rear wing, will become the eventual 918 production model.
Honda has unveiled the 2012 Civic Coupe and Sedan Concepts at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show. Honda says that the ninth generation Civics (coupe & sedan) will have mildly updates exteriors and improved interiors when compared with the current model.
Toyota showcased a new Prius C Concept at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show. The company has also unveiled the much expected Toyota Prius MPV dubbed as 'Prius V'.
Chevrolet Sonic, the next generation Aveo hatch has landed in North America (selected markets) and in Mexico. Interestingly, Chevrolet officials have stated that if GM India launches the Aveo hatchback, it would be launched as the same ‘Aveo’ brand.
Aston Martin is ending 2010 in style by offering three special editions of the DB9: Morning Frost, Carbon Black and Quantum Silver editions. Aston Martin offers the special editions in both coupe and Volante convertible body styles worldwide.
Arctic Cat Inc., based in Thief River Falls, Minnesota, has introduced three more additions to its 2011 ATV line-up, including a sub-$5,500 4x4 model. These are Arctic Cat XC450i 4×4 Crossover, Arctic Cat 425 4×4 and Arctic Cat 350 4×4. All three Cats boast great value-for-money, high ground clearance and sufficient ...
Confederate Motorycles has unveiled the latest muscle bike dubbed as C3 X 132 Hellcat. It will be built only in limited numbers (150 units and 22 have been booked already). The muscle bike will go on sale in mid-2011 for US $45, 000 and to reserve one, you ought to pay US $2, 250 now.
General Motors has produced the first model for its new entry-level brand Baojun. As you would expect from the name, the new venture between GM, SAIC and Wuling (SGMW), is positioned as a Chinese brand. The name means “treasured horse” and its first model is called the 630 Passenger Car.
Touring bike fans in the U.S. have another reason to cheer. Kawasaki has introduced a special edition of the Vulcan 1700 at the EICMA show in Milan, and this bike is headed for the U.S market.
Honda has finally unveiled its much-hyped 2011 Honda Crossrunner 800 that the company has been releasing sketches of for the past month.
The new 2011 Chevrolet Cruze was officially launched in Canada this week.
Infiniti has revealed the updates brought by the 2011 Infiniti EX35, including the new price list. The base priced has been hiked $350 but not without new content.
The ninja is back! Kawasaki has released latest images of its contender for the 2011 World Superbike Championship -- the ZX10R. After lingering at the back of the grid in recent years, Kawasaki is putting in an all-out effort to haul the machine back to the podium, maybe even to the top step.
What is this? I mean, what is this really? A bird? A plane? A stealth fighter? A weapon of mass destruction? A clever piece of origami? Well none of the above it seems. It’s the Lamborghini Sesto Elemento. The name might be silly… but trust us, everything else about this concept is deadly serious.
Here’s good news for SUV aficionados. Korea’s Ssangyong, which until recently was wracked by labor union strikes, management restructuring, and a severe cash crunch has unveiled the latest version of its Korando midsize SUV.
Kawasaki has released detailed technical specifications and photos of the 2011 Z750R street fighter motorcycle, scheduled to be launched at Carole Nash Motorcycle Live Event at the NEC in November 2010.
There is a new motorcycle which some call a V-Max killer coming up from Ducati. This is a pretty nasty looking bike we are going to see. The Ducati Diavel (devil) is a hardcore muscle bike which would make its first appearance at the EICMA Milan by end-2010.