Source: Ford - Press releases (3), brief video, and pics (5) after the jump.
Source: Scion - Press release, pics (3) and specs after the jump. Video post.
Source: Honda: Press release after the jump.
Source: Bentley - Press releases after the jump.
Source: Infiniti - Press release after the jump.
Source: Jeep - Press release after the jump.
Source: Audi - Press release after the jump.
Source: Chevrolet - Press release after the jump.
2012 ZL1 reveals Chevy performance Camaro-style.
Infiniti intros new JX for 2013,
Just in time for Summer - Mini Roadster,
Volkswagen Cross Coupé Concept makes Swiss debut,
Cadillac intros all-new "little" Caddy, the ATS - ....
Ford Focus Electric to pace NASCAR race,
Mercedes-Benz Style furniture collection debuts,
Chevy Avalanche bids adieu with Black Diamond Edition,
BMW reveals new 2012 Bike collection for summer fun.
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Mercedes debuts new Concept Style Coupé in Beijing, (right)
Fisker Atlantic EV breaks out in the Big Apple - NYIAS,
Get bitten by Chrysler's new 2013 SRT Viper (below) - NYIAS .
Source: Ford - Press releases (4) after the jump.
Source: Lamborghini - Press release and pics (4) after the jump.
ST represents an ultimate expression of Focus driving quality and performance,” said Derrick Kuzak, Ford group vice president, Global Product Development. “Moving forward, ST branding will keynote the enthusiast-directed versions of our core global vehicle lines. ST models will combine responsive performance, optimized handling dynamics, expressive design and sporty design cues. Importantly, ST models will deliver exceptional fuel economy and be priced within reach for car enthusiasts.” A six-speed manual transmission will be the standard transmission offering. More details will be made available closer to the new model's introduction this year. More to come...
Source: Ford- Press releases (2) and pics (3) after the jump.
Source: Bentley - Press release after the jump.
Source: Volkswagen - Press release after the jump.
Source: Nissan - Press releases (6) after the jump.
Mini's Clubvan Concept was a natural extension of Mini's Clubman station-wagonesque vehicle. Put in body-colored panels in place of the rear-most and tailgate windows, put body-colored opaque film on the passenger-side rear door window (see last pic after the jump), pull out the back seat, add a cargo-area cage protector, and voila, you have a Mini commercial van. Right now the Ford Transit Connect is the only small commercial van in the US and reportedly (Car and Driver and others) the Mini Clubvan will join the Ford vanlet, yet in a somewhat more upscale package. Engine choices should be similar to the regular Clubman although I wouldn't expect a John Cooper Works version (how about a diesel now?). Graphics packages should be available just like Ford and others have offered through outside "wrap" vendors. This is a good idea that shouldn't have cost Mini much to execute. Expect a September intro as a 2013 model. Now, for the LA Auto Show in November, how about an Ice Blue or Reef Blue Clubvan with rear portholes, shag carpets, and surfboard racks on the roof. Maybe a wave graphic? Groovy.
Source: Mini - Press release and pics (3) after the jump.
Source: Acura - Press releases after the jump.