Head of Mazda of Masamichi Kogay say that for the company return to rotor engines is almost impossible. In interview to the Automotive News edition Masamichi Kogay told that "Mazda" does not plan to let out new models with rotor engines - they simply will not pay off.
Jaguar is planning to replace the XK Coupe (pictured) for larger XJ, something that should happen by the year 2017. According to published the English site AutoExpress, the model would be called XJ Coupe.
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.