Lamborghini rumors talked about the carmaker bringing a brand new Aventador Roadster, a production version of the Sesto Elemento, a new sedan or a crossover. But what else is coming to Geneva? If this magazine scan can be believed, we'll probably be seeing a new crossover at the expo pretty soon.
California is taking initiative to reduce emissions. Now its taken a step by approving the Advanced Clean Car program. Its aimed at requiring 15.4 percent of all new vehicles to be sold by 2025 to be all electric, plug in hybrids or powered by fuel cells.
General Motors teams up with FutureLAB at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Israel to come up with a way to make back seat windows more interactive. The result is this cool project called the “Windows of Opportunity”:
BMW has two new promo videos of its revised 2013 X6 M. And it looks like they've opted for a subtle facelift which includes new headlights and a tweaked grille.
Word has it the interior will receive similarly slight changes, and the BMW X6 M is expected to use a 4.4 liter, twin turbo V8 engine. As to power, there's 547 horsepower with 502 pound feet of torque. Good enough we say. Hit the jump to check out two videos.
The RS6 Avant's new variant is out and it was spotted in Sweden sporting a 5.0-litre bi-turbocharged V10 capable of delivering a maximum output of 580HP and peak torque of 650 Nm (479.42 lb-ft).
But is this really the RS6 Avant prototype? Audi has already presented all versions of the A6 Avant including the V8 powered S6, though the test car featured a modified front bumper and massive break discs with accents of the signature RS6 Avant.
The Lexus LF-LC sure is a head turner. The prototype sports coupe powered by an unspecified hybrid powertrain.
According to Lexus, its goal with the concept was to share its vision of what premium sports coupe could look like. In this new video, designers from its Calty Studio in California, which was responsible for the creation of the LF-LC, talk us through all the design details.