As per nature’s oldest rules, change is persistent and the cars and designers who refuse to change with the time fall into oblivion. Such cars become outdated even before the company gets a chance to redeem the particular model causing losses and drop in sales figures. Many new cars are designed and prototyped by manufacturers based on the demands of the market for each segment. Before these prototypes are churned out through production lines they are placed at various auto shows around the world. Response from the crowd is gauged and various additions and deletions are carried out based on visitors’ comments to suit local markets.
The Series Two Peugeot GTi hatchback was launched at 2011 Geneva Motor Show with complete exterior makeover to make it look sportier. Volkswagen Golf Coupe Hatchback is another midsized coupe hatchback which has been in production for almost forty years and the 2012 version is available as three and five door hatchback. Sedans are viewed as one of the oldest types of cars produced. The supercharged XF from Jaguar, S400 Hybrid from Mercedes Benz, 7 Series Active Hybrid from BMW and Maserati Quattroporte sedans are some of the popular new cars classified as luxury sedans
After gaining popularity and shedding its rural heritage, SUVs became more popular in the cities. Some of the new cars in the SUV segment include high-end cars like Mercedes Benz ML350, Porsche Cayenne S Hybrid, Lincoln Navigator and BMW X6M which redefine comfort and luxury.
Trucks are identifiable with their flat beds for storage along with the cabin for seating passengers. Trucks are utilized for carrying cargo like construction tools and local produce for farmers; trucks are also bought by individuals with a need to haul a lot of baggage while going out with family for camping and other outings. New cars in truck segment include the Cadillac Escalade EXT, GMC Sierra 1500 Hybrid and Chevrolet Avalanche Trucks.