The Nissan GT-R is a sports car created by Nissan, released in Japan on December 6th, 2007, the United States on July 7, 2008, and the rest of the world in March of 2009. Nissan Motor Corp (NMC) was so proud of the GT-R. Imagine, this year they have developed the sport sedan and produces two variants, each GT-R SpecV and SpecM. Result, this year they have two GT-R models, namely SpecV and SpecM, which was introduced at different times. Meanwhile, in 2011, they will prepare the GT-R SpecM. Base is still using the GT-R R35. Link to nissan gt-r photos.
Kia Forte Koup
Kia Forte Koup was first introduced as a concept car in the New York International Auto Show 2008 last year but later announced that Kia was producing cars in bulk next year. One of the leading car is its design. To ensure all goes as planned, even plowing Kia Audi designers to work on this car. Peter Schreyer is a trusted Kia's designers to work on this car from the beginning and the result was really satisfying because this car look different from the display output Kia car before. What is clear, it looks like Kia trying to remove the impression that their product is a car that is identical to the class alias interesting budget because of lower-priced. Though still can not competed with European cars, or Japan, but the effort is worth Kia thumbs up. Link to kia forte koup photos.
The new Aveo gets a dose of panache with a restyle that bestows some chunky good looks on Chevy's low-priced econocruiser. The beefy nose, with it's raised, V-shaped center section is very evocative of the VW/Audi look out there today -- this is not a bad thing at all. The lower fascia gives the car a mildly aggressive appearance, with nicely integrated foglights available as an option. Link to chevrolet aveo photos.