Upcoming Kia minivan expected to draw cues through KV7 principle

Kia minivan

As we stated in May, the Kia Sedona minivan will omit the 2013 model year while its alternate is readied for market. A Kia spokesman explains Edmunds inside Line that the company still considers the minivan division significant and that the current Sedona should continue to be obtainable through 2012.

Though not established, Inside Line waits for the 2014 Sedona to get its in general minivan/crossover shape from Kia's KV7 idea car first seen at the 2011 North American International Auto Show. That backs up what we explained last January in Detroit. Kia's VP of marketing hinted to us then that the KV7 was not simply a styling exercise and that could one day move a production vehicle. Don't, however, hold out for the concept's fantastical gull wing doors, swiveling seats, LED gadget panel or LED headlights. However it will changes the car transport world

With the KV7 what we see upcoming ultimately is materials on the cars that we'd like to see integrated or getting a Kia that's Wi-Fi enabled, it's just a query of how soon.

2012’s Latest Caimpagna T-Rex 14R Car-Bike Genetic mash-up vehicle


As much (or as little) as our principles might drive us to approve initiatives to reduce fuel expenditure and carbon emissions – and thereby, our compatriots at AutoblogGreen tell us, check us all from going the way of the dinosaur – deep down, the real car nuts inside and among us love cars that be inclined to consume the most fossils and naming a car after a dinosaur, however, is one more matter.

When Ford's Special Vehicle Team required differentiating its rip-roaring off-road pickup from the workaday F-150, they called it the Raptor. When Saleen planned a abstract successor to the S7 supercar, it also chose the name Raptor. But back in the day when both those teams of Ford presentation specialists were still hot-rodding the Fox-body Mustang, a small group in the Canadian region of Quebec was already building its own dino-named tribute, a three-wheeler called the T-Rex.

Having determined its newer, more Harley-like stablemate the V13R last summer, we returned to Montreal to take the T-Rex out for the day to answer the lingering question on our brains: Namely, is the T-Rex named after a dinosaur since it's been on the market for decades and should, by all accounts, be long since died out? Or is it so named because it's a disrespectful monster that will bite your head off and put away everything in its path?

Mazda revealed the details of upgraded 2013 Roadster a.k.a. MX-5 Miata

Mazda has introduced an epidemic of information on its 2013 Roadster, known internally as the MX-5 Miata. As you may recollect, images of the latest refresh made their way to the internet via a few snapped booklet photos. As it rolls out, those shots were spot on. The 2013 Japanese marital model (and most probably the North American one, too) will wear a heavily revised front fascia with an edition of the five-point lattice we first saw on the Spider Concept. Engineers have also modified the convertible's throttle and brake booster for better control as well.

As we perceive sound before, the JDM Roadster will also come with an active hood that will rise if sensors sense an impact at particular speeds to decrease the chances of pedestrian injury. Latest inside and outer surface colors have also complete their way to the alternative sheet for the first time as well. So Mazda 2013 Roadster will change the car transport system in future.

Upcoming Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG shooting brake Revealed

Mercedez-Benz CLS63 AMG
The auto manufacturer accidentally put up a some images and details about the upcoming Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG Shooting Brake on its German consumer site, and our friends at Car and Driver collected what they could before all the information disappeared again. 

According to that information, this CLS63 AMG Shooting Brake has the similar twin-turbocharged 5.5-liter V8 found behind the headlights of the four-door variant. The buyers will get to enjoy 518 horsepower and 516 pound-feet of torque and Mercedes-Benz will also include a presentation pack that pushes the figures toward 550 hp and 590 lb-ft of torque. A 7-speed shift automatic transmission will hold gear swapping duties, though the straight torque converter has been scrapped in support of a computer-controlled clutch.