Kia recently released photos of the next-generation Sorento, and it does look the business. Kia might sell the new Sorento at a slight premium over the current model. However, it is quite some time away. In the meanwhile, what else is in the market for the same money that gets you a Kia Sorento?
The new Fiat 500 was due for a reveal at Geneva Motor Show. However, due to the global pandemic situation, Fiat decided to reveal it anyway. And for the first time ever, this cute Cinquecento is an EV.
In the last article, we took a look at popular hatchbacks in the UAE manufactured by Japanese automakers. In this article, we’ll move to Europe and the USA and list down the most favourite cars from those regions.
Hatchback. A small, practical car that is handy for most of your driving and commuting needs. These little cars bring the bread and butter for automakers since they see the highest sales volumes consistently. Here we bring you UAE’s most favourite hatchbacks in no specific order. First up are hatchbacks from Japanese manufacturers:
Just a week after spy shots of a production-spec test mule surfaced on the internet, the Porsche 911 Turbo S has been revealed in full. The range-topping 992-gen 911 is now the quickest and most powerful 911 Turbo model ever.
McLaren debuted the newest model in its family of Longtail cars: the McLaren 765LT. Building upon the fantastic 720S, the 765LT is a more powerful, lighter, and meaner sports car from the British carmaker.
The Jaguar XJ has been spied undergoing test runs with a crucial new update. For the first time in the brand’s 85-year history, Jaguar will offer its new flagship model in a fully electric configuration. As such, the new XJ will take on cars like the Porsche Taycan, Tesla Model S, and Audi e-Tron GT.