Posted by Shirley Brady on October 23, 2012 10:03 AM
Nissan is promoting Extrem, "a radical concept car aimed squarely at young (and young-at-heart) car enthusiasts keen to make a statement on the roads" — of Brazil, the market the car is designed for and built in, and where it's debuting this week at the the 27th São Paulo International Motor Show.
Posted by Brandchannel Staff on September 5, 2012 09:31 AM
BMW's new concept car from the automaker's F10 M5 European line is a one-off F10 M5 Polizei car. Based on the US spec F10 M5, the M5 police car above is "a show car only and not intended for actual police use." The brand BMW makes several models (including 3 series, 5 series and X5) available for the police, as well as security vehicles.
Posted by Shirley Brady on March 6, 2012 02:02 PM
In 2010, Range Rover unveiled the Evoque in a splashy event at Kensington Palace co-hosted by Vogue, whose interested was piqued because Victoria Beckham consulted on the car's design.
Today at the Geneva Motor Show, Range Rover unveiled the next generation Evoque: a topless or convertible concept car, with sustainability as top of mind as the premium luxury features. More details after the jump.Continue reading...
Posted by Dale Buss on February 21, 2012 03:05 PM
Kia has been showing off a head-turning concept car called the GT around the auto-show circuit lately. And now it looks as if the Korean brand's first rear-wheel-drive sedan will be introduced this summer — and very much resemble the GT.
Code-named KH, the production version of the car and the GT concept are based on the same mechanical platform that upholds Equus, the top-of-the-line nameplate for sibling brand Hyundai. This means that Kia is following very closely in the footsteps of Hyundai in plans to move upscale after establishing itself in the mainstream market.Continue reading...
Posted by Shirley Brady on December 5, 2011 11:11 AM
Perhaps inspired by Nintendo's Wii, Facebook's Winklevii or its own Prius plural of Prii, Toyota unveiled a Tron-like concept car, the Fun-Vii (called a "mobile mood ring" by the New York Times), at the 42nd annual Toyota Motor Show last week, where the Nissan Leaf won Japan's car of the year title. Toyota also revealed at the show that it would be producing more vehicles outside Japan to catch up with global demand.