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.
Audi released information Monday (10) on its new mobile technology, provisionally known only Online. According to the manufacturer, it is ready to hit the market and will assist drivers in different situations.
After presenting the T-Roc at Geneva, Volkswagen begins to consider making the concept car. According to the company's CEO, Martin Winterkorn, VW will ask their clients about the model and if the answer is positive, the car can be produced.
Toyota may be close to an agreement with the federal government of the United States to get rid of investigations into unintended acceleration of its cars. The news was published by The Wall Street Journal.