The Chinese carmaker Qoros used the Geneva Motor Show to reveal the 3 Hatch to the public for the first time. Based on 3 Sedan, even keeping the same space wheelbase, the model will hit the European market in late 2014.
If Brazilian violence discourages the use of a convertible through the streets in Europe this type of vehicle is quite popular. Eye in the range of customers who enjoy driving feeling the wind in your face, Audi will build the Geneva Motor Show to show the S3 Cabriolet.
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.