2016 Kia Optima Wagon, 2017 Volvo V90, 2018 Lexus LC 500h Car News Headlines
2018 Lexus LC 500hEnlarge PhotoKia's new Optima has spawned a station wagon version dubbed the Optima Sportswagon. It makes its debut at next month's Geneva Motor Show but unfortunately there are not any plans to take it it around to America.
Another station wagon debuting in Geneva is Volvo's new V90. Happily, the svelte Swede is going to be sold here where it's going to fill the emptiness left from the former V70.
Lexus lately affirmed the hybrid version of its own beautiful LC coupe would debut in the Geneva Motor Show. Now, the Toyota luxury-brand introduced the first information on the Lexus Multi Phase Hybrid Method that powers the automobile.
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