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Although announced back in June, this was the first time CDN saw the new C3 in the metal.
The first impression that the new Sorrento makes in the flesh is how impressively competent this design is.
The Opel Astra is the most significant production car of the show for two reasons: design quality for a mainstream car in this segment and GM's sale of a controlling stake in Opel to Magna International.
The E-Up! follows on where the 2007 Up! and Space Up! concepts left off, demonstrating a decisive move towards production of a new A-Segment car for VW.
Kia has unveiled the Venga, a new production model of the No3 concept shown in Geneva this year.
The 5008 is a larger version of the recently launched 3008 crossover and revives the ‘5' nomenclature last seen affixed to the 505 wagon.
More than just a model-year tweak, the 2010 Range Rover unveiled at the 2009 New York Auto Show features two technological advancements in its significantly upgraded interior, plus some subtle exterior changes.
The changes to Land Rover's heavily revised Discovery unveiled at the 2009 New York auto show yesterday (April 8) are so significant that the British company decided to give the SUV a new name: the Discovery 4.
This is the international debut of the fifth-generation Legacy and its slightly off-road derivative, the Outback.
The PUMA (Personal Urban Mobility and Accessibility) is an early prototype of a new vehicle that Segway is developing in partnership with GM.