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Escortlover wrote For some reason i have seen a few of these in England and the nearest shopping center has a booth advert area for these cars

I can't find any proof of this brand being sold in the United Kingdom.
2018-01-21 12:29
1990 BMW 850i Cabriolet [E31]
speedfreak975 wrote Becuase it had the slant nose...and popup headlights which that made it unique mostly as feature Those arnt allowed anymore so making a modern bmw look vastly unique then other series in family is hard. I guess they could have gone with completely risky design that resembles no bmw and place a grill, might have been a risk not willing to take

I agree they might not have wanted to take any risks. I think most German car brands nowadays are guilty of that.
2018-01-15 15:58
1990 BMW 850i Cabriolet [E31]
speedfreak975 wrote That part of being a bmw. You have to be able to tell its BMW from far away. But as new models go it looks good and slightly fresh than 4 and 6 series

Well, the original 8 Series looked completely different from all the other BMWs, but you could tell it was a BMW by the grille. This is a bit disappointing in comparison.
2018-01-15 15:29
1990 BMW 850i Cabriolet [E31]
speedfreak975 wrote New leaked images of 850i came out few days ago. It looks very nice

I'm awaiting official pictures. It looks like just another BMW.
2018-01-15 15:19
Since 2017 Ford Mustang MkVI
speedfreak975 wrote Thats taken directly from a source however the car has alot of ??? As it still somewhat defies logic. I added pics of it tho not sure about these specs its still very vague feel free not to accept entry. As i said the entire car is stilk somewhat mystery

Well, I think Rinspeed will reject it, as you didn't add the engine, but you really need some dimensions like length, width, height if you want to add it to the website. Of course, the best thing would be to wait until the car enters production and the car is no longer a mystery.

About the specs you posted, why does it first say 5007 hp and then 3006 hp?

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2018-01-15 15:11
Since 2017 Ford Mustang MkVI
speedfreak975 wrote A production edition of devel sixteen is announced v16 quad turbo 5007hp...not sure if qnyone wants to add it. Im still really bad at adding cars fully with engine specs or if its worth it

I would help you, but I can't find any official specifications on the manufacturer's website.
2018-01-15 14:33
Since 2014 Nissan Juke
carcrasher88 wrote Pretty obvious that the successor will be a localized version of the Kicks.

I'm not so sure about that. I have found very few rumors on Japanese websites about the Kicks coming to Japan, and the rumors about the Juke's successor are that it may be based on the Gripz concept from 2015. It is also expected to feature an e-Power mild hybrid engine, like the Note.

I think it's possible that the Kicks might be the Juke successor in America, but not in Europe and Japan. The Juke sells a lot better in the last two areas, and there might also be more demand for a stylish, customizable and turbocharged compact crossover in these areas. The Kicks is much more a budget crossover than the Juke after all.

^ Speculation article about the Juke's successor.

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2018-01-10 18:15
Since 2016 Cadillac CT6 [Omega]
According to Wikipedia, the plug-in hybrid variant is assembled in Jinqiao, China (by Shanghai GM). The gasoline version is built in Detroit, like most other Cadillacs.

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2018-01-09 21:18
Since 2014 Nissan Juke
Successor should appear sometime this year. Nevertheless, it has already been removed from the official Japanese website. 2018-01-09 17:17
1994-2000 Opel Tigra [A]
carcrasher88 wrote Question: We've got cars on here that aren't listed as being sold in Japan (XJ and KK Cherokee, Ford Explorer, Cadillac Seville and Deville, and this Tigra, for examples), but I've found commercials on YT for them from Japan, could they still be listed on the closest matching page?

I think that's fine. Those cars will not be getting a separate page for Japan.
2018-01-08 22:07
Since 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk Series IV [WK2]
Mieguy wrote But i didnt knew we just list two different cars because one engine is not available in the USA. Thats weird.

Those were not my words, I don't agree with that. You can see my explanation in my reply to you.

I think Rinspeed can change the return button. Nevertheless, when you click it, you will find out on what page you are.
2018-01-08 13:40
Since 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk Series IV [WK2]
Rinspeed wrote
and there is also diesel engines in Europe

Well, the American Grand Cherokee also has a diesel engine nowadays, and the Wrangler will get one later this year.

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2018-01-07 14:30
Since 2018 Borgward BX7 DKR
Question: Shouldn't all these modern Borgwards be Origin: China? 2018-01-07 14:28
Since 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk Series IV [WK2]
Mieguy wrote I might rephrase my question: We need Jeep (Europe) but do we need to do two separate Grand Cherokee pages if they are the same in USA and Europe?

I think we have been over this before, but yes. We need Jeep (Europe), because some models are different for the European market. Of course, some models look the same for both markets, but if we only list them on the Jeep page, Jeep (Europe) will be very empty and not representative of the European market. Listing those cars twice seems like the best option, even if I would prefer not having to.
2018-01-07 13:29
Since 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk Series IV [WK2]
Mieguy wrote The Trackhawk is also sold in Germany according to the Jeep website. Do we really need "Jeep (Europe)"?

2018-01-06 18:58
Since 2015 Aston Martin Vulcan
Should this car not be classified as some kind of race car? It's not road legal. 2018-01-04 18:58
2015 Aston Martin DB10
Mieguy wrote ahem *bump*?

Ten were made, British reviewers even test drived the car (and made a semi-serious review out of it). As only one was sold, I would see it as a one-off production car (like Ferrari and Lamborghini also do sometimes).
2018-01-04 12:27
2015 Aston Martin DB10
Happy new year guys! 2018-01-01 12:04
2014-2017 Chrysler 200 Series II [CUSW]
Mark0 wrote "It was discontinued due to lack of profitability and as the result of FCA’s strategy of exclusively manufacturing trucks in North America."

FCA have some very brigh leadership. Mixing US and Italian isn't good thing. Cadillac Allante and Chrysler TC for example.
Damn it, Fiat is most common car in Serbia, they have factory here, but people don't like them and are only buying them for low prices.

All of Chrysler has been a sinking ship or many many years. I don't think any existing American car manufacturer has been close to bankruptcy as many times as Chrysler.
In the 70s, they failed to adapt to the economic situation, and kept building big cars when fuel prices were very high. They partnered with Mitsubishi -> failed.
In the 80s, they were saved by a cheap and uninspiring compact car (the K-Car) and bought AMC, which wasn't doing well at all, just so they could have Jeep.
In the late 90s, they partnered with Mercedes -> didn't work. At the end of the 2000s, they hit rock bottom and merged with Fiat (which struggles to compete with big corporations like Renault-Nissan, Volkswagen, GM).

Now FCA's boss has greatly improved Chryslers when you compare them to the 2000s models, but they aren't competitive at all if you look beyond price (and horsepower in case of Dodge). Dodge and Jeep crossovers are doing very well (funny, because they aren't getting very many facelifts), as the world is crazy about crossovers right now. Chrysler has two cars left (one is outdated, the other in a category that nobody wants anymore). Fiat tries to live off of the 500, which is losing popularity, Lancia is pretty much dead, Alfa Romeo's grand revival isn't exactly going as planned (although the Stelvio does well of course), Maserati has an outdated sports car, some very expensive sedans and a crossover.

FCA's boss has also been desperately looking for another corporation to buy all of FCA, which doesn't look very good, while he is trying to make all of his brands to go 100% crossover. Good job!

*Both the Chrysler TC and Cadillac Allanté were bad ideas because they were built in Italy and imported to the US, which made them ridiculously expensive. I think the Allanté could have done reasonably well if it was built in the US instead.

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2017-12-30 00:42
2012-2015 Hyundai Santa Fe
Facelifted in 2015:
2017-12-27 01:53
Since 2017 Nissan Skyline MkXIII
Mark0 wrote
If you mean that this is sedan, Well original Skyline was 4-door sedan, so this is just continuation of that trend.

I didn't know what he was getting at, so I didn't bother commenting.
2017-12-22 12:22
Mark0 wrote Is the MG 7 still in production?

I believe it was discontinued in 2013.
2017-12-17 16:41
Since 2017 Subaru Impreza
Rinspeed wrote
There isn't the new Impreza in the german or french site

It's on the Dutch website, Belgian website, Czech website, Hungarian website, Italian website, and probably more.

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2017-12-15 17:50
Since 2017 Subaru Impreza
According to the main Dutch car news website, the Impreza was entering sales at the end of this year, and it is also available on different European Subaru websites, so I think this should be Since 2017. 2017-12-15 14:43
Since 2014 Datsun on-DO
Rinspeed wrote someone have ideas for new questions for main page??

Sorry, I don't have time to think about it at the moment.
2017-12-15 14:14
Since 2014 Datsun on-DO
SolanaBogon wrote I don't know... Wikipedia says so (since 2016) but most sources (including the official site) only speak about the manual. Maybe they haven't updated their informations yet?

According to the Russian website, it comes with a 4-speed Automatic. You can use it if you have Google Chrome with Google Translate on it: www.datsun.ru/vehicles/on-do/specifications.html
2017-12-12 08:05
Since 2018 Hyundai Kona
JFK wrote I personally think Hyundai pulled off the front of this car better than Nissan with it´s Juke, which is somewhat similar in styling.

Hmm, I personally like the Juke more. I know the Juke is quite a controversial car, but I think the front looks somewhat clean. The Kona's design has been received quite well, but I personally feel like the front is overdesigned.
2017-12-04 18:23
2014-2015 Porsche 918 Spyder
Mark0 wrote Is this still in production?
Wikipedia say that production ended in June 2015 as scheduled.

I think you are right.
2017-12-02 21:49
Since 2016 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport (RVR)
Nothing says "business is booming" like copying the grille of a Russian car... www.webcarstory.com/voiture.php?id=30229

P.S. I originally meant this as a joke, but after some research, the oldest Lada concept I could find with this grille was from 2012, whereas the oldest Mitsubishi concept with the same detail was from 2013.
2017-12-02 11:42
Since 2018 Nissan Kicks
carcrasher88 wrote Replacement for the Juke, highly underpowered, with a naturally aspirated 1.6 that produces 125hp and 115 lb-ft of torque, pretty much all of it's competition here in the US has more power, with some models getting as good or in some cases better fuel economy.

Nice looking vehicle, but it's engine will likely make this vehicle less popular than it's predecessor...and it's guaranteed to be much more boring to drive.

It's interesting to see how this car does, as I've read a couple of very different opinions about it.

Some people say it will perform worse than the Juke, because of the weak engine and the general lack of style.
Other people say it will perform better, because the looks aren't so polarizing, and it has a lot more cargo capacity (which is one of the main weak points of the Juke).

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2017-11-30 23:09
Since 2017 Audi A8 Series V [Typ 4N]
I find these taillights very wannabe-Lincoln. 2017-11-30 19:41
Since 2018 Hyundai Kona
Are Thirty-Two wrote I thought this was in production there are tonnes of these in my town.

In Australia it is probably already for sale for a while, but this page is for the US market version.
2017-11-30 12:45
Since 2018 Fiat Cronos
Mieguy wrote The Argo looks like the 5-door Tipo and the Cronos like the Tipo Sedan. Anyway, even if its not the same platform: Its beautiful!

The Argo and Tipo's fronts are the same. Other than that they look mostly different.

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2017-11-29 09:29
Since 2018 Fiat Cronos
Mieguy wrote :love:

And i get my new Fiat Tipo in Dezember 2017, already ordered. This Cronos is so sweat.

Not entirely sure it's the same car. The Cronos is based on the Fiat Argo, which has a shorter wheelbase than the Tipo.

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2017-11-28 21:15
2016 Nissan STCC Edition
Better front? goo.gl/Je6jDG

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2017-11-28 21:14
Since 2012 Dodge SRT Viper Series III
Mark0 wrote Still in production?

According to wikipedia, the last one was built in August, but it's still for sale on the Dodge website.
2017-11-26 20:54
Since 2017 Lamborghini Huracán Performante
Attacker1997 wrote Is this Lamborghini the successor of the Gallardo LP 570-4 Superleggera?

I don't know, but I'd assume so.
2017-11-16 13:55
Ford (Australia)
Attacker1997 wrote Missed the Falcon TS50

Thanks for letting me know.
2017-11-14 22:09
2009 Hyundai ix-Metro
Mieguy wrote No, i was talking about the older generation. And the Mazda Sassou Concept (which became the 2 later) is from 2005:


I don't really see the resemblance with the older generation, but I do think the current Mazda2 has some similar rear looks as this concept.
2017-11-14 12:33
Since 2015 BMW 6 Coupé [F12]
carcrasher88 wrote So is the Gran Coupe, too.

I think they still have stock of those. The German BMW website lists prices for all 6 models, except for the 6 and M6 coupé.
2017-11-06 17:19
Since 2015 BMW 6 Coupé [F12]
Apparently this ended production earlier this year. The convertible is still going though. 2017-11-06 12:10
1975-1977 Oldsmobile Cutlass S Coupé (Cutlass 442) Series IV [A-Body]
For 1977, the Cutlass S got the same straight front as the rest of the Cutlass family, but the 442 kept the slanted "sporty" nose of 1976.

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2017-11-04 22:47
1950-1951 ChTZ
fck wrote @Rinspeed, what do you think about replace the 4 Wheel Drive by All Wheel Drive. I know it's not common, but for example this prototype has 8 wheel drive.

I personally think it's not necessary for the few exceptions.
2017-11-04 10:24
Since 2017 Suzuki XBee
carcrasher88 wrote That is true, but when you look at how many similarly classified vehicles Japanese manufacturers have in their lineups, including models shared between manufacturers (which is all of them except Honda), it's not really that hard to see them co-exist.

Also, if Jeep can sell the Renegade, Compass, and Cherokee, all with overall dimensions that aren't actually that far apart from each other, Suzuki can have both this and the Ignis.

I guess you are right, the Japanese market is quite unique in that sense.
As for the Jeeps, there is some differences that work for them. The Renegade is a subcompact and operates in a different segment, whereas the Compass is more of a city car and the Cherokee more off-road capable with an optional V6.
2017-11-01 12:03
2009 Hyundai ix-Metro
Mieguy wrote Mazda 2 rip-off. :D Look at that grille and the rear lights.

You know this is from 2009, right? The concept for the Mazda2 (Hazumi) was only revealed in 2014...
2017-10-31 13:13
Since 2017 Suzuki XBee
carcrasher88 wrote 1 liter powered subcompact CUV apparently intended to slot above both the Hustler, which most of it's design is based on, and the upcoming next-gen Jimny, and below the Escudo.

While nearly all of the XBee is inspired by the smaller Hustler, the split 'floating roof' look of the rear is more like that of the latest Swift.

I really like it, but I do feel like it is a direct competitor to Suzuki's own Ignis.
2017-10-29 23:55
2017 Toyota Crown
The production version of this car will make its debut in Summer 2018 and will look a lot like the concept shown in Tokyo.

Toyota has decided to make the current Crown line-up (Athlete, Majesta and Royal) into one car again. The new Crown will take a more sporty appearance, like the Crown Athlete, as the average age of a Crown driver is still quite high (50+).
The Majesta, which is slightly bigger and more luxurious than the other models, has become redundant because of the Lexus LS.
2017-10-28 18:23
2017 Zagato IsoRivolta Vision Gran Turismo
Mark0 wrote
So they are still privately owned?

As far as I know, the company went bankrupt and the name is still owned by the same family.
2017-10-26 14:05
2017 Zagato IsoRivolta Vision Gran Turismo
Mark0 wrote Anyone know who is owner of Iso name now?

Apparently the company name is now IsoRivolta. Zagato explicitly states the car is a hommage to Iso Rivolta, but not that they worked together with the company, so I don't think they are involved in the development of this car.
2017-10-26 13:00
2010 Citroën Survolt
I think there is a waterprint on the interior picture. 2017-10-25 22:10

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