The Australian division of Ford is developing a new utility vehicle, called here from Everest. Spies Four-wheel caught him a 'mule' the new model, whose production version will be shown at the end of 2014 to reach the global market in early 2015.
Daimler is willing to maintain partnership with Renault-Nissan in the coming years. Speaking at the Automotive News website, Dieter Zetsche, CEO of the company, said that work together need not be restricted to a model or a segment.
McLaren is preparing a model to fill the gap between the P1 (pictured above) and the MP4-12C, according to rumors circulating the sites. The model is still far from becoming reality but it would cost about 400 thousand pounds when released.