The Japanese car maker will soon start selling its long-awaited 2009 Mitsubishi Galant Fortis Ralliart 4WD sedan. However, don’t hold your breath just yet: so far, the sporty four-wheel drive car will only be available as a Japanese Domestic Market (JDM) model. Later, though, when all certification procedures are completed and local servicemen properly trained, the car will also be sold in the United States and the European Union.
Look, who’s coming! The legendary Italian brand with its years of coach-building experience and an enormous financial backing from the German car manufacturing Juggernaut, has decided to unveil its new 2008 Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4 supercar at the motor show in Geneva.
The 2007 Audi R8 supercar, which is destined to fight its way through the ranks of such road warriors as the Italian Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4, the British Aston Martin V8 Vantage and, of course, the stunning (albeit somewhat archaic in its design) German beauty Porsche 997 Carrera 4S, will feature a permanent 4WD quattro system with viscous coupling (it is reported to be outsourced from Volkswagen) and will be motivated by a 4.2-liter 420hp V8 FSI transplanted directly from the gorgeous Audi RS4 compact super-sedan.
The 2007 Honda Stream MPV that replaces the older homonymous model since July, 2006 14 in Japan (that’s tomorrow, by the way,) has at last been officially announced.
General Motors announced yesterday that the new 2007 Hummer H3x mid-size SUV will be available in August at a base price of $38,065. Although, for a vehicle of this sort, the price seems a bit steep, GM tries to sweeten the deal with some extra standard equipment that you would otherwise have to buy either from third party sellers, or get from Hummer itself, which usually means that they would try to sell you a cheap chromed bull-bar at a price of the Golden Gate Bridge.
The 2007 Jeep Compass in a basic configuration will cost less than $16,000. That is including a $560 destination charge!