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Last week Lexus announced that they would be bringing a brand new concept vehicle to the Geneva Motor Show which takes place next month. Today however we have some further developments on the new mystery car. There was originally some speculation that the brand new vehicle would be a further development of the brands popular LFA model but the brand have confirmed that it will not be. The car is being kept surrounded by mystery for the time being but now there is some strong potential that the vehicle being displayed next month could be a near production version of the LF LC concept vehicle that was first shown three years ago. Lexus have said that the design of this concept vehicle will carry over to their future models down the line. We will have to wait until Geneva to see just what it is Lexus have to show.
Citroen have added a hot of new engines and technology features to their popular DS4 model. The company have today confirmed that they are to add a total of three new engine choices with the vehicle seeing improvements made to C02 emissions and overall economy produced by the vehicle. First in the line up is a new turbocharged petrol engine and two new diesel BlueHDI engines also find their place into the vehicle. The first diesel option is available with a manual six speed gearbox where as the second and the petrol engine are offered with an automatic six speed setup. A brand new infotainment system has also been added into the vehicle which measures seven inches in size and is also touch operated. The new features will come fitted to the car early on into the course of this year.
McLaren have now officially revealed more information regarding their forthcoming 675LT model. The brand have now confirmed the range of engines that will come fitted to the new super car and a price and a launch too. The brand have officially confirmed that a V8 twin turbocharged engine will come fitted to the vehicle and will carry a capacity of 3.8 litres. A total of 666 brake horse power is also produced by the car thanks to this engine. McLaren have confirmed that even though the super car does produce a lot of power, it is still road legal but they will also be launching a track version of the car too. The chief executive of McLaren has said that a purchase price of around £400,000 has been placed on the vehicle and it will go on sale later on this year with its intentions to sit between the 650S and the P1.