Hyundai Veloster gets more muscular
Hyundai is reviving its Veloster hatchback for the 2019 model year with a new platform and the brand's first-ever N performance model for the U.S. market, along with a more muscular design akin to a sport coupe.
Lexus LF-1 stresses style over utility
Lexus' new crossover concept defines a fresh segment for the luxury automaker: a light truck focused more on style and driving dynamics than utility. The LF-1 Limitless is described as a flagship crossover and the spiritual brother of the new-generation LS flagship sedan.
New Mercedes AMG 53 line debuts with electrified inline six-cylinder
Three new AMG 53 models, powered by an electrified inline six-cylinder engine, will be on sale in the U.S. by late 2018.
VW rolls out Passat GT to juice sedan interest
Volkswagen will produce a limited run of a U.S.-made Passat GT this year, in part as a way to juice interest as the sedan prepares for a redesign in 2019.
Ford to reveal 2018 Mustang Bullitt at Detroit auto show
Ford is planning a surprise reveal of a special edition, high-performance Mustang Bullitt GT at next week's Detroit auto show, Automotive News has learned. The Bullitt will be unveiled as a 2018 model, a source said, timed for the 50th anniversary of the eponymous Steve McQueen movie that made the car an icon among enthusiasts.
Kia hints at electric Niro, readies autonomous push
Kia is hinting at plans for an all-electric Niro with a range of 238 miles. The electric version would bring further diversity to the Niro subcompact crossover lineup.
Hyundai hikes range of next fuel cell more than 30%
Hyundai's next-generation fuel cell vehicle, the Nexo, will boost range more than 30 percent over its predecessor and will be built on a dedicated platform.
GM's medium-duty Silverado revival shifts ahead in March
GM said it will reveal its new Chevrolet Silverado medium-duty pickups at the Work Truck Show in March, nearly a decade after abandoning the segment.
Cadillac prepares to build XT4 crossover in Kansas City, report says
GM is gearing up one of its car plants to build a new Cadillac crossover with hopes of reversing the luxury brand's sales slump in the United States, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg.
Automakers have a waterfall of new products coming in '18
U.S. sales may be slipping but automakers are unleashing a wide spectrum of new concepts and redesigned models to stimulate the market in 2018.
COMMENTARY: Keith Crain
Glimpse the future in Detroit
There is an awful lot going on in the automobile business these days. To say the future is cloudy is an understatement. The Detroit auto show should help clarify things.
2018 Buick LaCrosse Avenir to start at $45,795
The 2018 Buick LaCrosse Avenir will start at $45,795 when it arrives at dealership showrooms by early February.
Kia preps EV concept for CES
Kia Motors will showcase an electric vehicle concept Monday during CES in Las Vegas.
Mercedes-Benz's retooled G class surfaces in leaked photos
Images of the redesigned Mercedes-Benz G class have leaked before its official Detroit auto show debut, and it doesn't look very different.
Infiniti redraws a Q sedan
With its shorter hood, Infiniti's upcoming Q Inspiration sedan concept hints of an electrified future Q70.
VW to expand Atlas, Tiguan offerings by adding 2-row versions
Volkswagen plans to add two-row versions of its two new three-row crossovers.
Land Rover's 2019 Defender: What to expect
Land Rover is keeping a pretty tight lid on any news regarding the original Defender's replacement, which is expected to be shown late next year in production form and start rolling off the assembly line as a 2019 model. But Autocar has been able to glean a few details -- or at least as much as the company is willing to share -- about the new model.
New variants a boost for Porsche 911
With three new variants of its 911 due to be on sale by the end of next year, Porsche is looking for a big year from its flagship sports car.
Jeep reshapes iconic Wrangler with slippery brick styling
At first glance, the styling of the next-generation Wrangler doesn't appear to have changed much. But a bend here and a curve there improved aerodynamics by 9 percent, a top FCA executive says.
Aston: How will Lagonda shape up?
As if plotting to challenge Ferrari in the midengine supercar arena wasn't difficult enough, Aston Martin also is brainstorming how best to break the stranglehold Rolls-Royce and Bentley have on the ultraluxury sedan market.
Toyota Avalon relaunch signals faith in sedans
Consumers may be abandoning traditional midsize and large sedans in droves, in favor of crossovers and SUVs, but Toyota remains faithful to the segment with plans to redesign the Avalon.