AutoComplete: Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross piles on the tech
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Mitsubishi has a new crossover in town.
And it bears a familiar name.
The Eclipse Cross will slot between the Outlander Sport and Outlander.
The front end is sleek but the rear end leaves me thinking about Give up the Pontiac Aztec.
Inside there's Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and a heads up display.
It debuts officially at the Geneva Motor Show next week.
Volvo will unveil new XC60 at the Geneva Motor Show, and it's thrown out a few teasers.
It promises the same Thor's Hammer, headlights, and LED tail lights as other new Volvo models Just in a smaller package.
It also features three new safety systems that use automated steering to help the driver avoid a collision on the highway.
We'll learn more about this shapely suite next week.
Alpine is back, baby.
The company known for building the A110 a Legend of Rally is back with an all new A110.
It's still a mid-engine sports coupe but now packed in aluminum chassis and a sharp new look that isn't afraid to dip it's toes into the pool of nostalgia.
We don't know much more at the moment but we'll find out additional details at the Geneva Motor Show next week.
Find more on these stories over at theroadshow.com and we'll talk to you tomorrow.
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