Toyota unveiled its new five-door hatchback FT-bh hybrid concept at the Geneva Motor Show this week. The futuristic concept, a next generation Yaris, eschews high-tech solutions in favor of minimal design and weight reduction to boast an unheard of 112 miles per gallon. Holistic design over technological edge The moniker “FT-Bh” is an acronym for Read on! →

Kia has announced it is taking the redesigned Cee’d compact hatchback to the Geneva Motor Show. A new Cee’d for Europe likely means that a new Forte is coming down the pike for Yankees. Rebranding based on place Many car makers sell cars in the United States under different names than they have overseas. There Read on! →

People like to hear about Ferraris because many gear heads have an inner 10-year-old who still wants a Ferrari poster on the wall. The next generation of said posters may have the F12 Berlinetta, the fastest Ferrari road car yet. Official unveiling in Geneva There are a handful of motor shows where car makers take Read on! →

Financial Times reports that PSA Peugeot Citroën and General Motors are currently in “advanced talks” regarding a major alliance. According to reports, if the French and U.S. automakers are able to finalize an agreement, they will band together to produce both cars and automotive components in Europe. Peugeot would align with Opel/Vauxhall Should an agreement Read on! →

For several years, Ford has sold a hot-hatch version of the Fiesta subcompact in Europe, though the normal version just arrived in the U.S., Ford’s home ground. Ford is currently showing the new Fiesta ST in Geneva and there are rumors it may come stateside. How Swiss it is The Geneva Motor Show is currently Read on! →

On March 6 at Switzerland’s Geneva Motor Show, Mitsubishi Motors Corp. will reveal a redesigned Mitsubishi Outlander crossover, reports Automotive News. A series of new design touches will reflect “a gradual transformation in Mitsubishi’s design language,” note the automotive press. Mitsubishi Outlander curls wide Unlike previous Outlander models that sport a more aggressive, “jet fighter” Read on! →