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Future Products: European automakers

Tesla's task is to keep buzz with new models

Tesla, still operating in startup mode, is most worried about ensuring that the Model X and the rest of the new models on its agenda aren't a letdown from the Model S.  » READ

Rolls-Royce considers a crossover


Daimler pact powers Aston Martin's future


Lambo waits for the OK to join superlux crossover parade


Growing Maserati to add 1st SUV in 2016


Crossover key to lifting Bentley sales


Supercar reality check: It's crossover time


Ferrari turns to turbos and hybrids


Porsche goes for faster and fuel-efficient


Audi mines its Q's to fuel its already rapid growth pace


After Golf, Volkswagen will start crossover countdown


VW's luxury brands set product pace


European luxury makers trim platforms


Entry lux from Land Rover


End of Volvo product drought is near


BMW 7 series to launch new platform


Mini: Many variants to join the lineup


For Smart, ForTwo is the 1


Jaguar rolls out aluminum architecture


Mercedes bulks up in quest for crown


M-B drops subcompact proposal; bigger Smart car may rival Audi A1


The buzz about BMW i8: Fast, fun, fuel-efficient


Compact crossover likely to be 4th entry in Audi's TT lineup


VW decides on budget car concept and design


VW readies a rival for Mercedes CLA


Ram beefs up Power Wagon


1st glimpse shows Bentley toned down crossover's looks


Mini Paceman, Coupe and Roadster may not be replaced


Bigger crossover for BMW?


Audi R8 EV is a go


70% of Twingo's components -- but not styling -- come from Smart cars


Audi's understated A3 targets the tech-savvy


Mini to show bigger Clubman variant