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The Allroad shooting brake concept is the latest in Audi's e-tron line of concept cars to ...

As the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) ramps up, a number of manufacturers are back with subtle variations on previous ideas. Audi’s Allroad shooting brake concept is the latest e-tron concept to make its way to the show circuit, this time in the form of a 408 hp AWD hybrid crossover. Gizmag was there for its debut.  Read More

The Nanuk rides on 22-in wheels

Straight-lining dirt roads at 170 mph, fishtailing into mountain switchbacks, then rolling up to dinner in the sportiest, sexiest car in the lot – that's the type of Saturday afternoon that will be possible if the new Audi Nanuk Quattro Concept ever hits production. Then on Sunday you can blow away your buddies at the race track. The second example in a rising trend, the Nanuk is an off-road-ready supercar.  Read More

Infiniti unveils its Q30 concept (Photo: Gizmag)

With the unveiling of the Q30 concept, Infiniti, the luxury division of Nissan Motors, is clearly seeking to cement its reputation for opulence.  Read More

Jaguar's C-X17 sports crossover concept, on display at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show

After hinting at its new C-X17 concept, Jaguar has finally taken the lid off of its first sports crossover concept vehicle at the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show. This is not only the first vehicle of its kind to be designed by Jaguar, but it also acts as a demonstration of a new architecture that will be common in future Jaguar models as the company seeks to expand into new markets.  Read More

Infiniti say its new Q30 Concept challenges categorisation – 'not a coupe, not a hatch and...

With less than two weeks before the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show kicks-off, Infiniti has joined the ranks of manufacturers offering a glimpse of what's in store with its Q30 concept – a "unique fusion of body styles" that merges crossover, coupe and hatch.  Read More

MG CS headlights have a multi-faceted ‘shard’ structure which refracts light in various co...

Since the 1920s, British auto manufacturer MG has provided the world with some quirky, yet iconic sports cars. MG (Morris Garages) fell on hard times in the 80s and 90s and has struggled to remain relevant ever since. Now under the ownership of China's largest car-maker SAIC, the firm is working to re-establish itself as a competitive marque. To this end, the company rolled-out its latest offerings at the Shanghai Auto Show this weekend including the MG3 hatchback and the MG CS Crossover concept.  Read More

Subaru's first production hybrid debuts at the 2013 NY International Auto Show

Most auto companies have at least a hybrid or two within their line-ups, but through the 2013 model year, Subaru remains the exception. That will change come 2014, when the automaker adds the all-new XV Crosstrek Hybrid to its line. The new crossover gets some extra electricity to add efficiency, but maintains Subaru's well-established utility and all-conditions versatility.  Read More

The 2014 Jeep Cherokee debuts at the New York auto show

After more than a decade, the Jeep Liberty has announced its retirement and appointed its predecessor its successor. The new 2014 Jeep Cherokee trades the hard-lined edge of the XJ for a more consumer-friendly small-crossover design. Jeep promises that it offers plenty of capability for those that want it but in a more refined, practical package than ever before.  Read More

Subaru Viziv Concept debuting at the 2013 Geneva Auto Show

Given the popularity of CUVs (crossover utility vehicles) among consumers, it’s not surprising that this segment is popular ground for auto manufacturers developing concept vehicles. Subaru’s latest CUV concept, which it has dished up at this year’s Geneva Auto Show, is the Viziv. The company describes the Viziv – a name somehow derived from “Vision for Innovation” – as a crossover vehicle with a hybrid powertrain that gives a hint at Subaru’s future design direction and technologies.  Read More

Qoros 3 Sedan

Every major auto show has its share of car debuts. Rarer is the debut of an entirely new automotive brand. In Detroit, we saw a first look at Bob Lutz's VL Automotive. The upcoming Geneva Motor Show will also host at least one brand debut as Chinese manufacturer Qoros shows its first vehicle and two concepts.  Read More

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