Jeep is charting new waters with its 2015 Renegade, which takes the SUV brand into subcompact territory. The vehicle will also be built in Italy and imported to the U.S., which is another first for Jeep, but the good news is that the Renegade should live up to Jeep’s reputation for toughness and off-road prowess.
The 2015 Rolls-Royce Ghost Series II isn’t exactly subtle, but that’s exactly how the British automaker describes the stately sedan, which makes its debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. Specifically, Rolls-Royce is referring to the subtle changes it has made to the redesigned Ghost Series II, which will still coddle its passengers in opulence while providing sports-car like acceleration from a twin-turbo V-12 under the hood.
Toyota’s all-new 2015 Toyota Aygo city car has surfaced online today, ahead of its unveiling at this week’s Geneva Motor Show. Again sharing its platform and technology with Peugeot’s perky 108 and Citroen’s angry C1, the Aygo will join its French stablemates on the European market this year.
After three surprisingly successful years on the market, the quirky Nissan Juke crossover is refreshed for 2015. The updated Juke that debuted at the 2014 Geneva auto show has revised styling, new technology, and more cargo space to help Nissan capitalize on the Juke’s strong sales in both Europe and the United States.