on 20th June 2012 | No Comments »
BMW announced this past week that its Mini Rocketman Concept unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show in 2011 is headed to London for the Olympic Games.
From the end of July to September, the vehicle will be on display in the BMW pavilion near the athletes’ village.
The new Rocketman is a concept that is regarded as a modern interpretation of the old and original Mini car.
on 9th May 2012 | No Comments »
The Volkswagen hover car is a product of the “People’s Car Project” in China, which called upon customers to contribute design ideas for VW’s model of the future.
The crowd-sourcing initiative debuted in China last year and, to date, has inspired 33 million website visitors to submit 119,000 ideas.
Lamborghini has unveiled a new concept which appears to confirm it intends to follow rival Maserati into the SUV market.
The luxury sports car manufacturer revealed its Urus SUV concept for the first time at Auto China in Beijing this week, promising that its long history of supercars could make the beefy model the ‘ultimate super athlete’ in its segment.
on 18th April 2012 | No Comments »
Citroen’s premium DS line will be launched in China this year and, to mark the event, the legendary French automaker has designed “Numéro 9″, a new concept car.
The Citroen Numero 9 is a large luxury car which features futuristic styling and a hybrid drivetrain. The design showcases the styling themes of the next three DS line models; a C-segment premium sedan, an SUV and a D-segment executive saloon.
Infiniti has announced further details of a major new sports car concept set to debut at the Geneva Motor Show.
The Nissan-owned brand revealed February 3 that the model will be called ‘Emerg-E’, promising a low-emission, high-performance and high-technology car, with several firsts — and a new design direction for the brand.
The concept will use a range extender drivetrain, meaning that it will contain an electric motor and a gas-powered generator, as opposed to Nissan’s proven 100 percent battery technology used by cars such as the Leaf.
Legendary Italian designer Pininfarina teased a forthcoming sports sedan this week, showing just one tiny part of a futuristic-looking, Star Trek-inpired face.
Its new Cambiano will be a luxury sports sedan, “conceived with great attention to the environment, both as to the engine and as to the materials’ choice.”
The model (named after its hometown) has been conceived to celebrate 30 years of the Pininfarina Cambiano Styling Center and 10 years of the Engineering Center.