Sega has now unveiled two Sonic game at GameFest 2011.
The 2012 Hyundai Genesis Coupé will have a major facelift, such as changing the lights and bumpers. It will also have a 3.6 litre petrol engine.
The new Hyundai i30 will be available with a 1.6 litre petrol engine and a 6-speed engine.
The third generation Escape/Kuga will begin with the 2013 model year. Production will move to Ford's Global C platform, which it will share with the next-generation Ford Kuga. The Ford Vertrek crossover concept at the 2011 North American International Auto Show in Detroit previewed the design of the third generation Escape US production will move to the Louisville Assembly Plant (which previously built the Ford Explorer), in October 2011. The Kansas City plant will continue assembling the Ford F-150 plus a new vehicle (rumored to be the Ford C-Max).
The 2013 Ford Escape/KUGA will be a complete redesign and will come with features such as 4-wheel disc brakes, My Ford Touch, LED Tail lamps. Ford is also dropping it's 3.0 V6 engine, replacing it with their growing 2.0L 4 cylinder Eco-Boost motor.
Sonic fansite, Sonic Retro has now celebrated it's 7th Anniversary. Its logo is similar to Sonic's 20th Anniversary logo.
SEGA has now updated it's Sonic Generations website, by adding new levels. A Sonic Stadium Message Board (SSMB) member Solofiveo has founded on website's HTML code that there has been a 'Time Eater' stage, which Sonic fans believed that it is the final boss stage.
Honda has announced a city car (which would probably not be available in North America) called the Brio which is based on the first Honda Civic of 1972. The car measures 3.61 metres long and will have a 1.2 litre petrol engine developing 90 HP and with various options, as well as Automatic or manual transmission.