The Ford S-Max is borrowed time, but like the Mondeo, Ford of Europe is perservering with its sporty minivan, giving the 5 or 7 seat car an updated look.
The Toyota Mark X goes out of production at the end of 2019, bringing to an end the line of large RWD Toyota sedans beginning with the 1968 Mark II.
Through 11 generation from 1968 to 2019, Toyota Mark II and Mark X has been the company’s midsize RWD sedan. It has also been sold as the Cressida overseas.
The 2018 Heritage EV Concept is a 1970 Aston Martin DB6 Mark II fitted with a new reversible electric powertrain conversion kit, which goes on sale 2019.
The 2017 Peugeot Partner Tepee has a 49kW (67hp) and 200Nm (162 lb-ft) electric motor, 22.5kWh lithium-ion batteries, and a range of 170km (105mi).
The new LWB Volkswagen Tiguan Mark II will be the only version offered in the USA and China, and will be offered as the optional Allspace variant in Europe.
Developed in Europe and based on the Focus, the second generation Ford Kuga is powered exclusively by I4 engines, and sold in North America as the Escape.
The new Ford Kuga ST-Line sports pack goes on sale late in 2016 across Europe with toughened up styling, and a sportier suspension package.
The Ford Kuga ST-Line features a black grille and highlights, 18 or 19-inch wheels, 10mm stiffer and lower suspension, and partial leather sports seats.
The second-gen Volkswagen Golf evolved the Giugiaro designed original, and was larger and heavier than the original car. Sold in the US as the Rabbit.