2016 Honda Civic coupe revealed, Australian debut unlikely
The third bodystyle in the new 2016 Honda Civic range has been revealed today, with the all-new coupe variant making its Los Angeles Auto Show debut.
The new model’s unveiling follows the appearance of the new Civic sedan in September. And, while the hatch variant is still to be revealed, it was recently spied in hotted-up Type R form at the Nurburgring.
The all-new 2016 Mazda CX-9 has surfaced early, appearing online today ahead of an official unveiling tomorrow at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
Revealed through a series of images published by enthusiast website Carscoops.com, the new CX-9 seven-seater can be seen here from every angle, inside and out.
As expected, and as recent teaser sketches suggested, the new 2016 CX-9 evolves the look of Mazda’s now familiar ‘Kodo’ design language.
Official press photos of the updated Mercedes-Benz SL have been leaked and published online ahead of the car's full debut at the 2015 Los Angeles auto show next week.
These pictures, and more, were obtained via unknown methods by Auto Motor und Sport and published on their websites today.
As we've seen in earlier spy photos and the official teaser image released earlier this week, most of this upgrade's visual changes have been wrought up front.
Mitsubishi still looking for next-gen Lancer partner, but nothing on radar
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation (MMC) remains on the lookout for a partner to help it develop and launch a long-overdue next-generation Lancer, but admits the cupboard at present remains bare, and that it is in fact a low-priority project.
Daihatsu Nori Ori concept created for ease of access
Unveiled at the Tokyo motor show, the Daihatsu Nori Ori concept not only extracts the maximum amount of passenger space from its small footprint, but makes it easy for passengers to exit and enter.
Daihatsu says that the Nori Ori concept previews what a "multi-use commuter [car] of the near future" might look like.
As with the many accessibility options offered by Japanese car makers in their home market, the Nori Ori seems to be designed with one eye towards Japan's greying population.