More than 30 years after Renault invented the MPV, this new Espace shows off a sleeker, more modern silhouette with improved cabin quality. There’s a wide range of driver-assistance systems and a revolutionary infotainment interface, while it’s more fun on the road thanks to the adaptive damping, four-wheel steering and lower body. The cabin can carry up to seven, and the new 1.6 dCi BiTurbo diesel and dual-clutch auto box are a good fit.
We’re pretty sure the all-new BMW M5 will come with over 600 horsepower from its 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8, and recent spy shots revealed the high performance sedan will be available with all-wheel drive for the first time in its history. But what’s it going to look like?
As the brand celebrates 50 million vehicle sales since its creation some 95 years ago, Citroën is unveiling a surprising, creative and bold new concept car ahead of the 2015 Shanghai Motor Show.
It’s been another full week of excitement in the automotive corners of the world, with celebrities finding new members for their collections, records being broken and set, bicycles being released and manufacturers releasing new projects to the world.
Pfaff McLaren of Toronto have taken delivery of a very special P1. As described on their instagram page, this P1 has been styled and designed by the sales team of their dealership and we can say they have done a very neat job in selecting the colur schemes and options.
Here in the United States, going 218 mph on a public road would have you thrown in jail in a heartbeat. But, on certain part of the Autobahn, the only thing limiting your speed is the car you’re driving.