Products with Keyword crossover
Chevrolet Corvette C8 Convertible (2020)
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Chevrolet Corvette C8 Convertible is a mid-size convertible sports car in production from 2020. It is available with a range of V8 engines that displaced 5.5 to 6.2 liters. Whereas the standard C8 Corvette is a targa top, the Convertible has a conventi...
Volkswagen T-Roc Cabriolet (AC7) Convertible Crossover (2019)
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Volkswagen T-Roc Cabriolet (chassis code AC7) is an affordable subcompact convertible crossover in production from 2019. It is available with a range of inline-4 engines that displaced 1.0 to 1.5 liters. Unfortunately, while the T-Roc is an ugly and us...
Mercedes-Benz GLC Coupe C253 facelift Crossover (2019-2022)
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Mercedes-Benz GLC-Class Coupe C253 facelift is a compact hunchback crossover in production from 2019 to 2022. It was available with a range of inline-4, V6, and V8 engines that displaced 1.9 to 4.0 liters. Compared to the pre-facelift model, the faceli...
Audi SQ8 (F1/4M) Crossover (2019)
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Audi SQ8 (F1/4M) is the performance variant of the Q8 large crossover in production from 2019. It debuted with a 4.0 TDI engine, which was supplanted by a 4.0 TFSI unit as VW discontinued its V8 diesel production. Compared to the SQ7, the SQ8 is market...
Audi SQ7 (4M) facelift Crossover (2019)
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Audi SQ7 (Type 4M) facelift is the performance variant of the Mk2 Q7 large crossover in production from 2019. It debuted with a 4.0 TDI engine, which was replaced by a 4.0 TFSI unit in 2020 as VW discontinued the V8 diesel unit. Compared to the standar...
Audi SQ2 (GA) Crossover (2018)
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Audi SQ2 (Type GA) is the performance variant of the Q2 subcompact crossover in production from 2018. It is available with a turbocharged inline-4 engine that displaced 2.0 liters. The Audi SQ2 is limited to inline-4, which just a decade ago would be c...
Articles with Keyword crossover
Car News Round Up, Issue 17
Issue 17 of Neofiliac's Car News Round Up: This time, we bring 18 updates from BMW, Chevrolet, Ford, Honda, Lamborghini, Land Rover, Lexus, Lincoln, Mazda, and Rolls Royce Motor Cars.
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Mercedes Expands Its EV Lineup with Six Upcoming Models In 2021, Including the EQS Flagship Sedan
Mercedes is introducing 6 EV models in 2021: The EQS luxury sedan and the EQA and EQB crossovers will lead the way, with EQS SUV and EQE models coming later...
News · 07 Oct 2020
Porsche Expands Vehicle Subscription and Rental Options with Single-Vehicle Subscription in the US
Porsche is reorganizing its vehicle subscription service in North America, including a new Single-Vehicle Subscription that expands the Multi-Vehicle Subscri...
News · 28 Aug 2020
Hyundai Unveils Its Electrification Strategy Led by IONIQ EV Models on the E-GMP Platform
Hyundai's new IONIQ brand built on the E-GMP platform is dedicated to EVs and will introduced 3 models in the next 4 years: IONIQ 5 crossover based on Concep...
News · 10 Aug 2020
Companies with Keyword crossover
DS Automobiles is an effort by PSA, now part of Stellantis, to introduce a premium brand of automobiles that can compete with the likes of Infiniti, the premium brand of Nissan-Renault. The name was derived from the iconic Citroen DS from the 1950s.
SEAT is a Spanish subsidiary of the German automaker Volkswagen Group. Founded in 1950, it was a state-owned company until its sale to Volkswagen in 1986. Currently, SEAT is placed at the bottom of Volkswagen's passenger vehicle lineup, though it shar
Skoda is a Czech subsidiary of the German automaker Volkswagen Group. Tracing its history back over a century in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Skoda started manufacturing automobiles in 1905. More recently, its vehicles are essentially cheapened versions o
Infiniti is a sub-brand of the Japanese automaker Nissan with a focus on higher-end and luxury vehicles. Launched in 1989, Nissan originally sold upper-end models unavailable in the North American under the Infiniti brand into the US market. Soon afterwar