When everyone thinks that a global recession would have hit all of us, maybe they should take a look at what the luxury market has been up to. Over the last year, most luxury marques have been busy at work improving both their bottom line as well as their lineups. This can really be seen if you look at what Mercedes-Benz is planning. With an onslaught of new models and the introduction of a brand-new supercar, it seems that not everyone was hit hard last year.
Now when you think of Japanese luxury, you don’t really think of our next company. Mitsuoka is not really a brand which comes to anyone’s mind, well except if your one of its lucky Asian customers. For 2010 Mitsuoka decided to build its own luxury car the Himiko, to
Now when you think of luxury coupes, the first company which comes to mind is usually Mercedes-Benz. But unlike its main German rivals, it seems that Mercedes is headed in a whole new direction, which most are having a hard time trying to understand. The 2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class is one car which really is hard to understand.
The fist of our new batch or even breed of luxury coupes and convertibles is another coachbuild company, trying to see if someone will buy into a luxury Corvette. So, for that I would like to introduce you to the 2009 Anteros Coupe & Convertible. These two new arrivals are a welcomed change, but really are they a welcome change to the Corvette line.
It never fails, just when you think that two door models are dead, someone has to build a new one. And this year we have one new entry into the coupe category. Being a small segment, it may seem hard to believe that people still want two door cars. The problem is that companies don’t believe that people want a two-door car to drive to work. Or a
Well, it’s time to say one last goodbye to our next model, since at the end of this year it will be no more. I would like to thank everyone who made the well designed first generation G6 a success but now we must let this great name die with the 2010 Pontiac G6 and
Well, it may be a new arrival to the coupe market, but its style certainly isn’t. As for the 2010 Kia Forte Koup, the style police called, they want their Civic back. Of course, this may be a good thing because now when I go to a Hot Imports Nights show I won’t have to see one hundred annoying Civics. Now I can look at eighty annoying Civics and twenty Forte Koup’s. You have to hand it to Kia