According to Bimmerpost site, a reliable source of BMW announced that X2 should go into production sometime in 2017. The German brand apparently believes that there is room in line for an additional X model, which share the platform with the second generation of X1 (pictured above).
Already known performance division of Fiat Group, Abarth also showed a novelty at this Geneva Motor Show: the 695 Biposto. According to the company itself, it is the fastest model Abarth has produced, at least among those legalized for the street.
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.