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Popular news, reviews of the most notable events in the world of cars, test drives and expert opinions. Interested in cars, want to be informed about the latest world trends - this section is for you:

  • Jaguar has developed new models to replace the F-Type and XK

    Jaguar has developed new models to replace the F-Type and XK

    The Jaguar is already generating the successors of F-Type and XK models. The English company plans to launch later this year, with the possible release of XE, which was spotted in testing.

  • Subaru reveals Viziv 2 concept

    Subaru reveals Viziv 2 concept

    Subaru took the Geneva Motor Show to introduce the concept Viziv 2. If you think you've heard something like that, do not be surprised: the new conceptual utility comes a year after the Japanese brand show Viziv concept, also during the Swiss event.

  • New generation of Chrysler minivans have all-wheel drive system

    New generation of Chrysler minivans have all-wheel drive system

    The American Chrysler will have news on its new generation family of minivans, among them are the all wheel drive system AWD (All-Wheel-Drive) and 9-speed automatic transmission, items that are already present in the medium sedan models 200 and Jeep Cherokee.

  • Honda Civic special show in Chicago

    Honda Civic special show in Chicago

    Honda announced that it plans to show a new and unique model for the Civic Hall in Chicago. Created as part of the Design Competition Forza Motorsport Civic Si, the winning car was designed by Tiffany ?ab?d?.

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