A car that’s lacking both a windshield and a roof may seem like the sort of vehicle you can buy for cheap on Craigslist, not pay excessively high amounts of cash for. But that’s what you’ll get with the Lamborghini Aventador J, the just-unveiled convertible version of the Italian marque’s flagship supercar.
Chevrolet’s present Impala feels like an afterthought in GM’s passenger-car lineup, yet that’s soon because of change; the new 2014 Chevrolet Impala revealed at the New York Auto Show. The new car is known as the 10th generation of the Impala, even though the nameplate has been placed on some very unique products over many years. What makes a difference is that the new 2014 Impala is developed on a totally new platform and should have a far superior interior, along top-notch refinement.
Amongst the significant U.S. shows, the New York show has a good reputation for being a hotbed for high end brand and sports-car introductions, as well as the place where some fascinating concepts and particular editions rolls out.
A lot of carmakers have released their new models at 2012 Manila International Auto Show (MIAS) last Thursday. Different from last year, this year’s theme is “Motorsports” and MIAS concentrates on “Life in the Fast Lane” and the new sports cars.