2021 Kia Sorento spied without disguise, Australian debut later this year
We first spied it, heavily camouflaged, in June 2019. Now, the new fourth-generation 2021 Kia Sorento has been caught with only minimal camouflage, just weeks out from its expected unveiling.
These new shots offer an unadulterated look at the big new SUV's front and rear styling, along with a revealing look at its dashboard and front seating row.
Toyota will beef up its crossover range with a new model which will be based on the GA-B platform used for the latest Yaris hatch.
Given the as-yet-unnamed model's underpinnings, the new car will likely be smaller than the C-HR and serve as an entry point into the company's crossover range.
The new Yaris-based crossover will be built at the company's French factory near Valenciennes, which also produces the Yaris for the EU and UK markets.
The rear of the BMW X2 xDrive25e has been unveiled ahead of the car's full global debut some time in 2020.
The X2 xDrive25e will use the same 162kW/385Nm all-wheel drive plug-in hybrid drivetrain as the closely related X1 model.
Under the bonnet there's a 1.5-litre turbocharged three-cylinder petrol engine making 92kW and 220Nm. It drives the front wheels via a six-speed automatic transmission.
2021 Cadillac Escalade to feature 38-inch curved OLED screen
The next-generation Cadillac Escalade will have a curved OLED display measuring 38 inches diagonally.
OLED technology is typically found on smaller consumer devices, such as smartphones and smartwatches. Without the need for a backlight, OLED screens have deeoper blacks, and can be more easily made into interesting shapes.
It's being phased out in Australia at the moment, but the Skoda Rapid lives on in emerging markets like Russia – where it remains a strong seller.
For that reason, the Czech brand has opted to subject its small car to a major facelift for 2020.
Big changes have been made to the styling to bring the ageing Rapid in line with Skoda’s newer models.