Rolls-Royce has confirmed plans to build a plug-in hybrid models for the brand. The company CEO Torsten M?ller-?tv?s said "The plug-in will be essential in two years, not so much by demand from customers, but because of the legal regulation of greenhouse gas emissions.
Some pictures of him that seems to be the facelift of the BMW X3 are circulating the Internet. Revealed by the Austrian Autofilou site, the photos show a model to design changes, including similar to the Series 3 and Series 4 front, new headlights and redesigned grille.
BMW scrapped for now, offer CSL versions (made with lighter materials) of the newly launched M3 and M4. Speaking to website Top Gear, Matt Collins, product manager of the brand, explained that the current models are already light enough.