Bogdan recently went to Detroit for the 2016 North American International Auto Show.

Here’s what he had to say about the 2017 Volvo S90:

“The new S90 has made its official debut! Please pardon the large crowds, it was quite the superstar after the press conference. The S90 will also be offered with the option of a semi-autonomous driving mode that will be effective to 68mph. I’m addition, Volvo also stated that their goal is for no serious injuries or accident related deaths by year 2020.”

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2017 Volvo S90 at 2016 Detroit Auto Show

And here’s what he had to say about the 2017 BMW M2:

“The all new M2 snuck out from backstage before the official press conference. The spiritual successor to the BMW 2002tii, it will come with all the performance expected from the ///M lineup.”

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Here’s what Car and Driver has to say about the 2017 Volvo S90:

“From the icy environs of Sweden springs this svelte sedan, the under-the-skin twin to the XC90. The base setup is a 240-hp turbo four with front-wheel drive. Optional powertrains include a turbo- and supercharged four good for 316 hp and a plug-in hybrid with 400 hp; both feature all-wheel drive. Tech includes Pilot Assist, which steers the car at speeds up to 30 mph and City Safety, which detects and reacts to animals, pedestrians, cyclists, and other cars. Look for the S90 in summer 2016.” Read more at CarAndDriver.com

And here’s what Car and Driver has to say about the BMW M2:

“BMW has tried to keep us guessing about a possible M2, but we can’t say we’re all that surprised by its debut: The fantastic success of the 1-series M Coupe made such a model an absolute no-brainer. With rear-wheel drive, 365 horsepower, and a standard manual transmission, the M2 represents the essence of what BMW stands for—at least in the eyes of enthusiasts.

Whereas the 1-series M Coupe was created as a low-budget skunkworks project, the M2 was included as part of the program right from the beginning of 2-series coupe development. The changes from the 10Best-winning M235i are extensive.” Read more at CarAndDriver.com