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Updated: 2017012
Next stage: Redesign in 2019

A redesign is expected in 2019 as a 2020 model.

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Acura RLX 2017012
Updated: 01/18/17
Next stage: New in 2017

The long-delayed midsize luxury sport sedan is beginning to trickle into U.S. showrooms.

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Alfa Romeo Giulia 20170118
Updated: 01/18/17
Next stage: New in 2017

The 2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio is the first crossover from the resurrected brand and key to Fiat Chryslerís hopes of restoring Alfa Romao to global relevance.

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Alfa Romeo Stelvio 20170118
Updated: 01/18/17
Next stage: Freshen in 2017

Ford dropped an engine and lowered the hood on the Mustang as part of the venerable pony carís 2018 model year freshening.

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Ford Mustang 20170118
Updated: 01/18/17
Next stage: New

Mercedes has expanded its GT lineup with the GT R, GT Roadster, GT C Roadster, GT S and GT C Coupe Edition 50 variants.

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Mercedes-Benz AMG GT 20170118
Updated: 01/18/17
Next stage: Redesign in 2016

The Armada will be slightly longer, gaining 1.2 inches of length despite trimming smaller, losing 2.1 inches of wheelbase, and 2.2 inches lower.

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Nissan Armada 20170118
Updated: 01/18/17
Next stage: Freshen in 2017

The hatch version of Nissanís subcompact nameplate was freshened for 2017 with a new front end and interior trim changes.

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Nissan Versa Note 20170118
Updated: 01/18/17
Next stage: Redesign in 2017

Subaruís high performance duo both received a slight refresh for the 2018 model year.

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Subaru WRX/WRX STI 20170118
Updated: 01/17/17

Production of the 200 ended in December.

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Chrysler 200 20170117
Updated: 01/17/17

Production ended in September. No replacement plan has been announced by FCA.

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Dodge Dart 20170117
Updated: 01/17/17
Next stage: New in 2019

A seven-seat, three-row crossover the size of sibling brand Land Roverís Range Rover models is likely in 2019.

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Jaguar J-Pace 20170117
Updated: 01/17/17
Next stage: New in 2018

The I-Pace is Jaguarís first full-electric car.

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Jaguar I-Pace 20170117
Updated: 01/17/17
Next stage: New in 2018

The Jaguar E-Pace is slightly smaller than the F-Pace and will be powered by Jaguar Land Rover's four-cylinder Ingenium engine family.

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Jaguar E-Pace 20170117
Updated: 01/17/17
Next stage: New in 2017

The Volkswagen Atlas, the automakerís new three-row crossover, is due to arrive in U.S. dealerships in spring 2017.

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VW Atlas 20170117
Updated: 01/17/17
Next stage: Redesign in 2017

The 2018 Volkswagen Tiguan has grown 11 inches in length from the current model and will offer available third-row seating.

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VW Tiguan 20170117
Updated: 01/17/17
Next stage: Redesign in 2018

VWís top-selling nameplate gets a key redesign in 2018, moving to the MQB platform.

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VW Jetta 20170117
Updated: 01/13/17
Next stage: New in 2017

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Audi Q8 20170113
Updated: 01/13/17
Next stage: Freshen in 2017

Mercedes-Benz unveiled a freshened version of the GLA entry-level crossover on the eve of the 2017 Detroit auto show.

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Mercedes-Benz GLA 20170113
Updated: 01/13/17
Next stage: New in 2017

The mid-size Mercedes-Benz pickup has a name and itís the X class.

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Mercedes-Benz X class 20170113
Updated: 01/12/17
Next stage: Re-engineering in 2016

Look for this midsize sedan to be the next Acura model to pick up the new corporate face when a freshened version bows in the first half of 2017.

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Acura TLX 20170112
Updated: 01/12/17
Next stage: Redesign in 2018

Expect a redesigned RDX to bow later this year or early 2018, most likely as a 2019 model.

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Acura RDX 20170112
Updated: 01/12/17
Next stage: Redesign in 2017

New features in the 5 series include active cruise control that uses radar to adapt to stop-and-go traffic as standard equipment, active lane-keeping and traffic-jam assist that work semiautonomously and operate at speeds up to 130 mph, and side collision avoidance that works at speeds between 40 and 130 mph.

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BMW 5 series 20170112
Updated: 01/12/17
Next stage: Redesign in 2017

The 2018 Chevrolet Equinox will be shorter and lighter than the model it replaces and will be the first compact crossover offered in the U.S. with a diesel engine.

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Chevrolet Equinox 20170112
Updated: 01/12/17
Next stage: Redesign in 2017

The second generation of Chevyís large crossover is scheduled to go into production by mid-2017. Chevrolet is giving its largest crossover, the 2018 Traverse, a more trucklike appearance and feel, while improving handling and fuel economy by dropping 362 pounds.

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Chevrolet Traverse 20170112
Updated: 01/12/17
Next stage: New in 2020

Within a year of the Rangerís return in 2019, Ford plans an SUV on the same platform. The Bronco name will be used for the first time since 1996.

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Ford Bronco 20170112
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