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Updated: 11/08/18 Next stage: New in 2019 Hyundai will unveil the Palisade crossover, a big-bodied, three-row rival to the Ford Explorer, Toyota Highlander, Chevrolet Traverse and Mazda CX-9, this month at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
Hyundai Palisade 20181108
Updated: 11/08/18 Next stage: Redesign in 2019 The compact car is the leadoff nameplate for an entirely re-engineered vehicle architecture that the Japanese carmaker promises will weigh less, cost less and deliver a quieter ride with crisper handling and better rigidity.
Mazda Mazda3 20181108
Updated: 11/05/18 Next stage: New in 2018 The 8-series convertible launches in March 2019.
BMW 8 series 20181105
Updated: 11/05/18 Ford says it will build an additional 350 GTs over two additional model years, bringing the total number of supercars produced to 1,350 over a six-year run.
Ford GT 20181105
Updated: 10/30/18 Next stage: Freshen in 2019 The second-generation R8 has been freshened for the 2019 model year.
Audi R8 20181030
Updated: 10/26/18 Next stage: New in 2020 The Speedtail features a gasoline-electric powertrain that makes 1,035 hp, which the automaker says can propel the vehicle to 186 mph in a blistering 12.8 seconds.
McLaren Speedtail 20181026
Updated: 10/22/18 Next stage: Freshen in 2018 Acura has reshaped the ILX for 2019, giving it the familiar diamond grille that graces the faces of the rest of the brand's lineup.
Acura ILX 20181022
Updated: 10/22/18 Next stage: New in 2019 BMW’s long-awaited large crossover will go on sale in the U.S. at the end of the first quarter of 2019.
BMW X7 20181022
Updated: 10/08/18 Next stage: New in 2019 Ferrari plans to sell 499 units of the Monza SP1 and SP2 supercars with a $1.85 million price tag.
Ferrari Monza 20181008
Updated: 10/08/18 Next stage: Redesign in 2019 The redesigned 2020 GLE moved to Mercedes’ Modular High Architecture, or MHA, platform.
Mercedes-Benz GLE 20181008
Updated: 10/03/18 Next stage: Redesign in 2018 The 2019 BMW 3 series is longer, wider and taller than the current model, giving it dynamically stretched proportions and a muscular stature.
BMW 3 series 20181003
Updated: 10/02/18 Next stage: New in 2019 The Mercedes-AMG Project One has an official name: the Mercedes-AMG One.
Mercedes-Benz One 20181002
Updated: 10/01/18 Next stage: New in 2019 Similar in size to a Q7, the e-tron is expected to compete directly with the Tesla Model X.
Audi e-tron 20181001
Updated: 10/01/18 Next stage: Redesign in 2020 The full-size SUV will be redesigned in 2020 as GM works to maintain its dominance over Ford.
Chevrolet Tahoe 20181001
Updated: 10/01/18 Next stage: New in 2019 The Porsche 935 pays homage to the Porsche 935/78 Le Mans race car, nicknamed Moby Dick for its elongated shape, oversized fairings and white base color.
Porsche 935 20181001
Updated: 10/01/18 Next stage: Redesign in 2019 The second-generation compact wagon, which looks like a smaller V90, will arrive in the U.S. in the first quarter of 2019.
Volvo V60 20181001
Updated: 09/24/18 Next stage: Redesign in 2019 The 2019 Z4 sDrive30i features a base 2.0-liter four-cylinder tuborcharged engine that generates 255 hp and 295 pound-feet of torque, and is paired with an eight-speed automatic transmission.
BMW Z4 20180924
Updated: 09/20/18 Next stage: New in 2019 Aston will turn its four-door model into a full electric vehicle.
Aston Martin Rapide E 20180920
Updated: 09/20/18 Next stage: New in 2020
Aston Martin Midengine supercar 20180920
Updated: 09/20/18 Next stage: New in 2019 The hypercar developed with Red Bull Racing will be limited to just 150 units with an additional 25 designated only for track use when it arrives in 2019.
Aston Martin Valkyrie 20180920
Updated: 09/20/18 Next stage: Addition in 2019
Aston Martin DBS Superleggera 20180920
Updated: 09/20/18 Next stage: New in 2022 At this year's Geneva auto show, Aston displayed the Lagonda Vision concept to tease what the production model will look like.
Aston Martin Lagonda sedan 20180920
Updated: 09/20/18 Next stage: New in 2019 After stoking the fires for years, Aston's foray into the SUV market is almost here.
Aston Martin DBX 20180920
Updated: 09/20/18 Next stage: New in 2021 The SUV will be the first model from Aston's all-electric Lagonda brand, arriving in 2021.
Aston Martin Lagonda SUV 20180920