As we are used by now, Porsche’s model follow a certain order, being restyled and updated every few years. And of course the Boxster is no exception. In 2008 Porsche will unveil a new Boxster with subtle styling changes and incremental boosts in power. It will come to compete with models like BMW Z4 and Audi TT.
Ferrari will unveil the F430 GT California in January at Detroit Auto Show, and of course everyone started making prepositions of how the car will look like. The latest one comes from AutoGespot, and although it looks more like a Hamann tuning for me, it is always fun to see!
Honda will unveil a prototype version of the next-generation Pilot in January 2008 at the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit.
Ferrari’s newest high-performance two-seater Berlinetta, the 430 Scuderia, made its nationwide debut at the Los Angeles International Auto Show, giving evidence of the brand’s tradition and ability to translate Formula One technology into its production vehicles.
One of the customized Ford models presented at Los Angeles Auto was a Fusion with Galpin Auto Sport. A performance suspension keeps the 19-inch wheels and Nitto Invo tires glued to the road. Inside, a Katzkin leather interior, features a six-point roll cage, leather and suede steering wheel and GAS custom audio system.
Ford presented at Los Angeles Auto Show the Steeda Focus Club Racer. A 3D Carbon Euro Series body kit is accented by Steeda custom grille, front fender treatments and Club Racer graphics. The 18-inch, Steeda Open Mesh performance wheels wear Nitto NT01 high-performance tires.
Porsche, a company renown for its high-performance sports cars and sport utility vehicles (SUV), earlier this year showed the Cayenne SUV hybrid prototype to journalists from around the world, providing a glimpse of what the company will offer to consumers by the end of the decade. This new Cayenne and its technology will be spotlighted at Porsche’s display at this years L.A. Auto Show.