Volkswagen has revealed its first ever seven-seat SUV ahead of its spring 2017 launch. Called the Atlas, it shoulders the mighty task of restoring brand reputation for North American customers after the damaging emissions scandal.
Following yesterday’s online debut of the new Mercedes X-Class pickup truck we now get to see the AMG version of this vehicle in this excellent rendering. In
creating the Mercedes X63 AMG designer X-Tomi has drawn inspiration from the current range of AMG SUVs, namely the GLE models.
Gets New Look, Redesign and New Tech. Being the best-selling model for the company, the new 2017 Skoda Octavia gets nice Facelift and update on tech that will
amuse buyers. The entire look of the car is more than pleasing, and the new techs are reported to be cool. If you are a fan of this design, you need to check out the
This news was derived from Automotive News Europe stating that Giulia will get wagon variant in its lineup. The new 2018 Alfa Romeo Giulia wagon is highly possible to be built on the same Giorgio platform. This platform offers flexibility in which even a Jeep will be able to afford it.
The Grand Caravan has been one of the better selling minivans in North America for more than two decades. However, the model reached the end of its life in the US while in Canada it will only be sold until the mid of 2017. Officially the car has been replaced by the Chrysler Pacifica. Despite that, it seems that it is not entirely dead.
A lot of people have been asking about a possible Mercedes-AMG X63 model being produced and although nothing has been mentioned about it, I would not put it past them doing something as ridiculous as this. If the G63 6×6 can be approved for production, then absolutely anything can.
SUVs appeal to families because they offer space and height, which means that getting child seats, buggies and other family paraphernalia in and out is pretty painless. The raised ride height also means that getting into and out of an SUV is easier for older people or those with mobility issues. The view of the road is generally better, too, because you can see over the top of regular family saloons and hatchbacks.