2013 Peugeot RCZ Sports Coupe was unveiled at the 2012 Paris Auto Show. Sensuous and sleek, sporty and elegant, its new style promotes its power and fluidity, strength and refinement, and affirms its distinctive singularity in the Peugeot range.
The RCZ fully embodies the new signature of Peugeot: MOTION & EMOTION. It is the most visible expression of the Marque's expertise:
- Expertise with its ‘Design Style’ - with a very strong design
- Expertise in producing ‘High Quality’ products with exclusive positioning
- Expertise with strong ‘Dynamic’ standards to combined ride and handling.
Peugeot and Magna Steyr showcased an open roof version of the Peugeot RCZ Concept at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. To demonstrate the functionality of the View Top roof, Magna Steyr transformed a Peugeot RCZ production sports car into an exciting coupe concept.
Nissan presented the modified 2014 Nissan LEAF at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. Improvements include an extended driving range, greater recyclability, more interior space, better charging performance, more equipment and, with three versions now available, greater choice.
Hyundai became the world’s first automaker to begin assembly-line production of zero-emissions, hydrogen-powered vehicles for fleet use, when a white Hyundai ix35 Fuel Cell vehicle rolled off in Ulsan, Korea. The ix35 Fuel Cell vehicle, based on Hyundai’s popular ix35, C-segment SUV.
Honda has introduced the Civic Tourer concept at the Geneva Motor Show. The Civic Tourer Concept shares many of the same features as the ninth generation Civic hatchback model. It has a sophisticated, aerodynamic body that creates a clean, dynamic look.
German tuner ABT Sportsline unveiled its upgrade kit for the Volkswagen Golf GTI 2013, called the ABT VW Golf VII GTI 2013 at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. The ABT Golf VII GTI is a perfect car that leaves nothing to be desired.
German luxury automotive tuner, Mansory, has presented its modification program for the Bentley Continental GT, called the Mansory Sanguis, at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. The car's series model is already one of the most exclusive that money can buy. But Mansory's deluxe manufactory has taken this a step further and created a top-level customisation of the second generation of the British Gran-Turismo.
Sanguis has placed great emphasis on perfectly tailored parts while maintaining a sporty, individual design. A newly designed front apron, with proprietary daytime driving lights, an extra-light carbon-fibre bonnet and carbon-fibre front wings, give the Sanguis a significantly heftier look. The new rear apron delivers additional downthrust and creates space for the exhaust pipes of the thunderous exhaust system. Other modifications include a sports air filter, ten double-spoke 22-inch wheels and several interior enhancements like new leather, wood trim, aluminum pedals and door sills.
Mansory technicians have placed special emphasis on rich performance improvements. The engine performance graph boosts the power to 672 PS / 494 kW at 6,000 rpm. The torque is also raised to a strapping 780 Nm at 1,700 rpm. The modified 12-cylinder reduces the time to go from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) to just 4.5 seconds and increases the top speed to 322 km/h (200 mph).