Skoda Superb production-the new BMW X3-Chrysler Ypsilon
There is a lot of excitement surrounding the Skoda brand recently and all for good reason. The company have been hard at work on developing their brand new Superb model which was first revealed in production form from the Geneva Motor Show earlier this month. In even more exciting news now though, the very first version of the third generation motor has officially come off of the production line. Many fans are anticipating the launch of the new model and it is expected to be one of firms most popular sellers of the year. The car has been developed in the companies plant in Kvasiny in the Czech Republic. The new car goes on sale from this Summer time and will carry the biggest revision that the range has ever received.
A new BMW X3 model spotted winter testing
Photographers have caught images of the brand new X3 from BMW out and about testing in Winter conditions. There is no clear time-frame revealed as to when we can expect to see the new car go on sale as it is only days but we know to expect the fitting of a new driving module which is revealed to include more space inside of the car and is to make the vehicle more visible. The brand new model is in very early days but is being developed under the codename of the G01. All we know so far is that a range of both four and six cylinder engines are expected to be included with the new X3 which would sit alongside the likes of the X4 and X5 and there is also some possibility that a new hybrid powertrain will also be brought into play too. As soon as we have any more information on the new vehicle, we will keep you upto date with the latest.
A new Ypsilon from Chrysler
Lancia have developed a new thirty year anniversary model of the Ypsilon which is badged under Chrysler here in the UK. The new model however will pack some new features outside of the car and will also bring in a host of new features inside also. The Ypsilon has proven to be a popular choice for many customers and by introducing some of these brand new changes, the brand will be looking to make the car even more popular. Black alloy wheels measuring fifteen inches in size and chrome exhausts are the big changes to be made outside of the car. Stability control and climate control are some of the technical changes that will find a place inside the new Ypsilon. You can also find a CD player with MP3 connectivity also thrown into the mix. Include a new steering wheel design, a brand new infotainment system and Black or Beige colour options and the Ypsilon is looking better than ever. The same Fire Evo, Twin Air and Multi Jet engines will be carried over from the previous model. Lancia have announced that the new model will focus on Italy mainly but the car will also be made available from other parts of Europe that also sell the Ypsilon.