After presenting the T-Roc at Geneva, Volkswagen begins to consider making the concept car. According to the company's CEO, Martin Winterkorn, VW will ask their clients about the model and if the answer is positive, the car can be produced.
The BMW promoted a slight restyling of the utility X3 and took the Geneva Motor Show to display it. With the facelift, the model shall bear the same design language of the X5, with a little more bold and aggressive look.
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.
Volkswagen revealed late on Monday (3) one of its attractions for the Geneva Motor Show: T-ROC concept. This is a crossover with three doors and 1.420 kg which, according to the automaker itself, may give rise to a new model to its range of production.