When it comes to improving the appeal of their cars, Volvo had been running in a pretty brisk pace over the last few years. The goofy-looking bulges of these Swedish cars introduced in a range-wide facelift half-a-decade ago were quickly phased out by the the crisp, handsome lines that adorn the body of the new XC series SUVs and S90 sedan. Now, trickling this design down to the lower rung of the sedan ladder, comes the all-new 2019 Volvo S60.
Italian cars have a certain kind of reputation. Japanese cars have a certain kind of reputation. You don’t have to think too hard about what we’re referring to, because the stereotypes are generally true. But what if you could have a car with Italian style that’s built by the Japanese? That is exactly what the Fiat Abarth 124 Spider is.
The first day of women drivers hitting the road in Saudi Arabia went off without a hitch, as police officers themselves were spotted handing out flowers to passing female motorists.
Some cars just live on, even when the world around them changes. Survived by some enthusiastic petrolheads, the Suzuki Jimny was one such car which was loved for its small body and agile off-road manners. This little machine was accepted so well that Suzuki has vented some money and time into it to come up with this entirely new generation of this tiny SUV.
A year after the arrival of the concept, BMW’s flagship 8-Series finally reveals itself, although it’s not the full-size S-Class fighter it was expected to be. The legendary 8–Series moniker went defunct in 1999 when the big V8/V12 Coupe was discontinued due to poor sales. But while the old one flopped at the time, it is now considered a classic. However, the new model looks to be more of typical BMW, especially as it is a replacement for the 6-Series coupe.
The Americans have been putting out overly-powerful performance cars over the past few years. The top dogs of that crop right now are the Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 and the Dodge Challenger Demon. What if they went head-to-head at the drag-strip? Someone found the answer.
Chevrolet’s current-gen Corvette will be usurped in about 18 months by the revamped C8 model based on a tradition-shattering mid-engine architecture, but the C7 isn’t quite done just yet. Want proof? Here it is – the just-released top-dog ZR1, backed by performance stats that should send a shiver or two down the collective spines of the boffins at Zuffenhausen, Maranello and Sant’Agata Bolognese.
If the car of your dreams is a hardcore machine that can batter foot-thick brick walls and come out of the other side unscathed, you’ll be spoilt for choice. The Knight XV, Paramount Marauder or the recently revealed Rhino GX Executive Edition will fit your bill perfectly. But what if you wanted something even more ferocious? A new model from Canada, the Inkas Sentry MPV is here for you.
Renault Middle East is quietly celebrating their own little milestone in the region, selling more cars than ever this quarter and achieving their highest ever GCC market share. Granted, it’s only at 1.5% now, but there is cause to celebrate. Despite a decline in the region’s overall market, Renault Middle East actually managed a 0.29% increase in the first quarter of 2018 compared to the same period last year. We sat down with Marwan Haidamous, Managing Director of Renault Middle East, for a chat on this as well as future products.
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