The BMW is ready to resume his Film Series soon. Speaking at the Ad Age site, Trudy Hardy, vice president of Marketing automaker in North America, confirmed the desire, but gave no hints about the format of the new movies.
For the first time since 1998, JD Power and Associates reported that the number of problems per 100 vehicles has increased in the United States. The study, with 41 million people, aims to raise defects in cars up to three years.
The Mercedes-Benz would be working on developing a new SUV, which would be positioned below the newly presented GLA (above). According to information from the British magazine Auto Express, the Class X would be even lower than the GLA.
Ford released the teaser of a new global compact car concept, announcing its presentation to the public for the Hall of New Delhi next week. Although the automaker did not officially disclose the name of the model, it is the Ka Sedan concept.