Range Rover SV CoupeMarch 6
Toyota AurisMarch 6
Pininfarina HK GTMarch 6
Lexus UX CrossoverMarch 6
The UX is Lexus' first compact crossover and the brand's first model built on its GA-C platform, which gives the model a low center of gravity and a rigid body for a hatchback-like driving experience.
Smart EQ ForTwo coupe and cabrioletMarch 6
Italdesign Zerouno Duerta targaMarch 6
GFG Style SibyllaMarch 6
Designer Giorgetto Giugiaro's new company, GFG Style, took inspiration from his past creations to pen the Sibylla concept. Its forward-hinged front canopy is similar to the 1963 Chevrolet Testudo, which was also penned by Giugiaro.
2019 Ford Transit Connect cargo vanMarch 6
The Ford Transit Connect cargo van receives its first significant updates since 2014. The 2019 model, on sale in Fall 2018, will come standard with a 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. That replaces the 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine on the outgoing van. A new 1.5-liter EcoBlue diesel engine, also paired with an eight-speed transmission, is available as the only diesel option in the segment. Ford expects it to be rated at 30 mpg highway.
Lagonda Vision ConceptMarch 6
The Lagonda Vision Concept previews the revived brand's styling as parent Aston Martin aims to launch Lagonda as an electric-only marque to take on Bentley and Rolls-Royce in the ultraluxury sedan market.
Hyundai large crossover spy photosMarch 5
An unidentified Hyundai model, which sported a different grille design from what appeared to be a Kia Telluride test vehicle, is expected to be built on the same platform. It will be the biggest Hyundai crossover since the Veracruz was dropped in 2013. The large crossover is expected to offer three rows of seating and room for seven passengers.
Kia Telluride spy photosMarch 5
A Kia crossover was recently spotted by spy photographers and it appears to be the Telluride, which debuted as a concept at the 2016 Detroit auto show. Production plans for the Telluride have been the subject of speculation ever since. The production version of the Telluride would be the largest SUV or crossover in the Kia lineup since the body-on-frame Borrego and is expected to offer three rows of seating and room for seven passengers.