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Qoros GQ3, from China to Europe.

The new compact sedan from Qoros has officially been dubbed GQ3. To be revealed at next year's Geneva Motor Show before going on sale in China in the second half of of 2013, the GQ3 is a C-segment sedan whose selling points are meant to be a spacious interior, lots of technology and five-star crash ratings on the Euro NCAP tests. If you're wondering about the name, each element signifies brand nomenclature: Qoros sedans will all begin with "G," the letter "Q" stands for the company and will feature in every car's name, and the number is the segment, "3" representing compacts.

Even though it's a compact car and those wheel arches can swallow 19-inch rims. Beyond spaciousness, the interior's main attraction is the eight-inch touchscreen infotainment system utilizing in-house software, technology and graphics. 

The arrival to the Europe is scheduled for the second half of 2013.
Qoros want to add new models to its range at close intervals of six months after the release of GQ3, scheduled for the second half of 2013.

Car of the Year 2013 eight finalists

Ford B-Max, Hyundai i30, Mercedes Classe A, Peugeot 208, Renault Clio, Toyota GT86, Volkswagen Golf e Volvo V40. These are the eight finalists of «Car of the Year 2013».

The decision will now be presented to a jury of 58 specialist journalists representing 22 European countries.

Out of the list were the names of "weight" as the new Audi A3, BMW 3 Series and Toyota Auris, or even the Porsche Boxster, Fiat 500L, Kia Cee'd, Mazda 6 and Opel Adam.

The winner will be announced on March 4, the opening of another edition of the Geneva Motor Show.

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BMW 4 series revealed

BMW will add a new model to its lineup known as the 4-Series.
The 4-Series concept will make its world debut at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show and BMW has just released the first official details of the upcoming concept.

The new 4-Series will take its design inspiration from the 6-Series Coupe and it will offer greater sportiness, greater exclusivity and even clearer differentiation from the 3-Series. It will also be longer and feature a lowered roof line.

BMW offered no details on the engine lineup just yet, but the production version will be offered with the same engine lineup as the 3-Series sedan.