The hotly-anticipated Jeep Wrangler has been unveiled in a set of images, ending months of speculation about how the latest iteration of Jeep's legendary off-roader will look compared to its predecessors.
As predicted, the new design is more of an evolution than a revolution, with an instantly-recognisable vertical grille and round headlamps. The rectangular brake lights are also very similar to those of the outgoing model – which had lights very similar to that which went before it.
The next-generation Bentley Flying Spur has been spied in its production-ready body for a second time, with the sedan undergoing warm weather testing in southern Europe.
While the original set of photos were taken by a fan of our spy agency, these pictures were taken by one of the agency's professional photographers.
The pictures seen here are not only clearer, but give us a full look at the car's front end.
Jaguar has dismissed suggestions the XJ sedan could be usurped by an SUV at the pinnacle of the range.
Design boss, Ian Callum, told Autocar the XJ would remain the brand flagship, even if a 'J-Pace' SUV were to be added to the range.
“An SUV was discussed but it’s not the mainstay of the brand,” Callum told Autocar. “There’s more sophistication for a flagship due to its origins and that’s Land Rover.”
2018 Volkswagen Golf GTI Original, Golf R Grid pricing and specs, here in January
Australian pricing and specifications for the 2018 Volkswagen Golf GTI Original and Golf R Grid have been released this week ahead of their arrival in January next year.
Both variants significantly undercut the current entry points to the Golf GTI and Golf R ranges, providing Aussie buyers with a cheaper way into a performance Golf while also offering a simpler package for enthusiasts.