.

    

.

.

 

 

 

..

.

.
.

 

 

 

 

.
By Brand:

BMW Group

DaimlerChrysler

Fiat Group

Ford Motor Company

General Motors

Honda Motors

Hyundai

Kia

Renault Group

Porsche

Subaru

Toyota Group

Volkswagen Group

 

1998 - 2003 Copyright & 
Disclaimer

Automotive Intelligence,
www.autointell.com
All Rights Reserved .
For questions please contact
editor@autointell.com  

.
.

  Page   1       3    4    5    6   7   8   9    10   11   12
.


.
Honda Motors
.

 


.
Honda
.


.
Honda SUT Concept


.

.
The Honda SUT Concept is a next-generation truck concept designed to meet the changing tastes of consumers purchasing trucks to accommodate their active, outdoor-oriented lifestyles.

Taking advantage of its unibody underpinnings, the Honda SUT Concept combines the utility of an open cargo bed with the interior space and functionality of an SUV and adds traditional Honda strengths including superior ergonomics, innovative packaging, fun-to-drive character and legendary durability, quality and reliability.

 


.
Acura
.


.
Acura TL A-SPEC Concept

.
The Acura TL A-SPEC Concept performance luxury sedan already  made its debut at the Greater Los Angeles Auto Show. Based on the all-new TL luxury performance sedan, the TL A-SPEC Concept is an exciting expression of Acura high performance. While the production TL features a wide stance, the Concept TL's track has been widened by nearly two inches. The wider track combines with custom 21-inch alloy wheels, high performance tires and wide fender flares, to give the Concept an even more muscular appearance. A panoramic glass roof flows back along the length of the cockpit, providing breathtaking visibility.
.


.
Acura HSC Concept


.

.
The HSC is a design study combining the ultimate in supercar performance with the interior comfort and handling ease of a daily driver. It features a lightweight body, a compact yet powerful engine and a racing-inspired interior.

The High-Performance Sports Concept features a lightweight 3.5-liter V-6 engine located midship for optimum balance and superior handling. Shifting is accomplished through a unique dial shifter located on the center console or an F-1 style paddle shifter located on the steering wheel.

... see report
.


top                                                                                                            

www.autointell.com - The Web for Automotive Professionals


.
Homepage   News  Companies   Management   Events   Careers
Discussion   Guestbook   Search
.