Cadillac has this week released technical details and additional photos of its upcoming CT5 sedan to coincide with its debut at the New York motor show.
Initial photos of the sedan were released last month, but this is our first good look at its cabin, and the first concrete details we've seen about its size and technology.
Lurking in the entrance hall of the Jacob Javits Center is the Karlmann King, an oversized SUV styled like a stealth fighter... but it's as invisible as a rhinoceros wearing a clown outfit playing the bagpipes.
The Karlmann King is based on the Ford F-550 chassis, and measures 5990mm long, 2450mm wide, 2480mm tall, riding on a 3691mm wheelbase.
There are three passenger doors: two up front, and one at the rear on the passenger's side.
Great Wall: High-grade ute variant to offer just 500kg payload
High-spec versions of Great Wall’s new ute will land in Australia with a payload rating almost 500kg less than the established players offer, thanks to its new five-link rear suspension.
Launched in Shanghai, the new ute carries bears the hefty weight of expectation from head office.
Forget about Ssangyong and LDV, the company wants it to be a “top three ute” in the global market, which would have it rubbing shoulders with the all-conquering Ford Ranger and Toyota HiLux on the sales charts.
Land Rover Defender hitting Australia early in 2020 with air suspension
Land Rover’s dyed in the wool fans are eagerly awaiting news on the all-new Defender, with the company commencing a drip-feed campaign.
It now appears we'll see the Defender in Australia from 2020, with at least one model to sport independent rear suspension, along with air suspension.
Genesis Australia boss Peter Evans steps down months before brand launch
The launch of the Genesis brand in Australia has experienced another setback, losing its general manager Peter Evans just months before introducing Hyundai’s luxury division locally.
The departure of the industry veteran – a former high ranking executive at Toyota, Lexus and Ford – comes after Genesis confirmed its launch had been pushed back yet again.