The new Renault Twingo will share up to 70% of its components with the Smart ForTwo and ForFour models that were presented during the Geneva Motor Show in early March. Even sharing parts, both vehicles will have no resemblance.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), an entity that manages issues relating to transit in the United States, announced on Thursday (13) that the Ford Focus won five stars in their safety tests.
The Mercedes-Benz would be working on developing a new SUV, which would be positioned below the newly presented GLA (above). According to information from the British magazine Auto Express, the Class X would be even lower than the GLA.