The second-generation Kia Soul was presented for the 2014 model year, which indicates it will still be a few more years before Kia will provide the third-generation of the Soul. So to keep consumers interested, it is just natural that Kia offers the present generation a facelift to keep things fresh. It looks like we might be seeing that facelift quicker than later, as we have simply gotten some brand-new spy shots of what appears to be the facelifted model out for on-road screening.
Audi has been hard at work trying to stretch the TT lineup and produce a sub-brand from it to help boost sales without increasing costs excessive. In this effort, the German automaker has revealed a few TT-based concepts in the last few years, including the 2014 TT Allroad, the 2014 TT Sportback, and the 2014 TT Offroad. For one factor or another, the first two models were ditched, however according to a report from CAR Magazine, the TT Offroad has actually gotten the green light for production under the TTQ name.
The apparent benefit of a crossover- or SUV-based Prius is that attention to aerodynamics could be pushed back a little in favor of a traditional high flight height, included adaptability and more attention on developing an elegant vehicle. Toyota has yet to formally confirm any plans for a Prius SUV, however it does not take much imagination to see that such a vehicle would be an exciting addition to the existing lineup of Prius hatchbacks.
American car maker prepares a big resurgence of this pickup, which is expected to come as 2018 Ford Ranger, according to latest reports. This mid-size pickup is well known name in car market. It was originally presented in 1982. During all these years, we saw various adjustments of it. Lastly, Ford stopped this model in 2011, after practically 30 years of production. Company continued to provide this truck worldwide. Finally, brand-new reports appeared just recently, and they talk about return of this truck. New truck is anticipated to come as 2018 Ford Ranger, and it will come completely upgraded, featuring plenty of novelties.
Revealed in December 2013, the sixth-generation Mustang presented not just a brand-new design language however likewise a brand-new platform that features an independent rear suspension for the first time given that the pony was introduced half a century earlier. It also got an upgraded engine lineup that included a turbocharged, 2.3-liter EcoBoost engine and became the very first Mustang to be sold worldwide. For 2015, the Blue Oval released the Shelby GT350, the first performance-oriented version of the new muscle car and now it seems that a GT500 is underway.