Alfa Romeo presented on Tuesday (4), first day of press conferences of the Geneva Motor Show, the Spider 4C concept. This is the convertible variant of the 4C Coupe, unveiled in 2013, which is expected to gain a production version in early 2015.
The Audi broke the suspense and finally revealed on Monday (3) the new generation TT sports, a day before its official unveiling at the Geneva show. As expected, the new model keeps an evolutionary design compared to the previous generation.
Maserati released a statement on Friday (28) that confirms two launches for Geneva Motor Show, which opens to the public next week: the production version of the Quattroporte Ermenegildo Zegna and a concept car.
The Tesla is becoming a more attractive option than Toyota for some of the usual customers of the Japanese manufacturer. According to a study by IHS Automotive, approximately 15.5% of the buyers of the Model S had previously a Toyota model.