Peugeot says its new 508 station wagon will set itself apart from competitors with a sporty stance and dynamic design. Despite losing sales to SUVs and crossovers, wagons still account for two-thirds of mainstream midsize car sales in Europe.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveiled specifications for a faster and more powerful version of the Model 3 in tweets over the weekend. It will cost $78,000, more than double the $35,000 base-model starting price.
Volvo CEO Hakan Samuelsson expects the Swedish brand to capitalize on what he calls the strongest product lineup in the company's history. He outlined his ambitious targets during interviews with Automotive News Europe.
Schaeffler is looking toward the future of mobility with new products that include the Mover, a compact four-wheeled chassis for electric mobility, and the Bio-hybrid, a lightweight four-wheel pedicycle.
PSA's future in China seemed limitless in 2014 as the market became the automaker's largest, outpacing France for the first time. Last year, however, PSA's China sales fell by almost half in a car market that surged 25 percent.
Jaguar sees the new E-Pace SUV as a conquest vehicle for the brand, with 80 percent of buyers new to the marque. The UK company expects the crossover to attract tech-savvy couples and young families who will buy it as their only car.
BMW will not present the successor to the Z4 roadster at this week's Geneva auto show, but rather in the summer at a dedicated event, a company source said. The Z4 was developed with Toyota's Supra successor, which is appearing in Geneva as a concept.
PSA says the DS 7 Crossback will stand out from the competition because of its focus on technology, comfort and French design. The SUV is the first model developed specifically for PSA's upscale brand.