NISSAN EXTREM CONCEPT
The concept previews a new breed of car. By blending versatility and toughness with the agility of a compact 2+2, Nissan Extrem Concept is a new genre of urban compact sports car. The result is an exotic and distinctive concept for a new genre of compact sport vehicle with a unique silhouette. The combination of innovative elements such as the wraparound glass, floating roof rails and detached C pillars enhance the feeling of an open, airy cabin.
Chevy Onix will feature Bluetooth capability along with the Chevrolet MyLink system, a segment first, that allows the user to bring his/her songs, photos, videos and mobile phone applications for display on a seven-inch color LCD screen inside the vehicle. It offers five-speed manual or six-speed automatic transmissions and a choice of 1.0-liter and 1.4-liter engines, both equipped to run on 100 percent ethanol or a flex fuel mixture of gasoline and ethanol.
VOLKSWAGEN TAIGUN CONCEPT
The concept’s exterior look follows the very concise and clear Volkswagen design DNA. This gives the Sport Utility Vehicle a sophisticated and powerful appearance. The VW Taigun is 3,859 mm long, 1,728 mm wide and 1,570 mm tall. Between the front and rear bumpers, the vehicle sports a wheelbase of 2,470 mm, which is large in relation to its exterior length. The results are short overhangs and appealing proportions.
The roof bars offer more flexibility for carrying extra weekend luggage, while the 15-inch dark gray alloy wheels complete the sporty image of this vehicle.The rear of the Hyundai HB20X also has a redesigned bumper, with black moldings. The stylish rear lamps, already seen on the HB20, immediately capture one’s attention. HB20X will offer Hyundai’s GAMMA 1.6 16V FLEX with 128hp engine featuring a Continuous Variable Vavle Timing and aluminum block, the most powerful in the category.