FUTURE PRODUCT PIPELINE
A car for every plug and purposeOct. 2
Maserati updates move in slow laneSept. 25
Exotics grow greener and tallerSept. 25
Porsche sees an electrified futureSept. 25
Tesla adjusting to mass marketSept. 25
Lamborghini's crossover moment about to arriveSept. 25
Rolls-Royce begins shift to new platformSept. 25
The redesigned Phantom arriving next year will usher in a new platform that will underpin Rolls-Royce's entire lineup, which is expected to include a "high-bodied" utility vehicle and an electric vehicle that borrows technology from parent company BMW.
Can Ferrari resist the crossover wave?Sept. 25
Bentley goes all-in on plug-in hybridsSept. 25
Aston to expand range, go electricSept. 25
Aston Martin's Second Century plan issued in 2015 called for it to redesign four models and add seven new ones by 2022, with shorter spans between each generation. In an update this month, Aston pledged to swiftly convert its entire lineup of production vehicles to hybrids or full electric vehicles by the mid-2020s.
Wrangler, pickup wait is almost overSept. 18
A midsize coupe is up next for AlfaSept. 18
Fiat is freshening lineupSept. 18
Charger, Challenger to get Ghibli platformSept. 18
Jeep, Ram kick off product renewal driveSept. 18
With the exception of a few major projects for its Jeep and Ram brands, FCA has slowed some product development activities while trying to hit aggressive financial targets for 2018 that the automaker set in 2014.
Chrysler crossovers to boost lineupSept. 18
Crossovers command Audi's attentionSept. 11
VW Group's EV push gains momentumSept. 11
At VW, the subject turns to sedansSept. 11
Japan's Little 3 stay on top of trendsSept. 4
Nissan tie-up shuffles Mitsubishi's plansSept. 4
The absorption of Mitsubishi into the Renault-Nissan Alliance will disrupt some of the brand's U.S. product plans, but it could also accelerate some additions to its lineup, such as a replacement for its electric vehicle and a midsize pickup.
Subaru looks to build on sales successSept. 4
Mazda eyes Skyactiv-X rollout for carsSept. 4
Plenty of products coming, plus wild card of new CEOAug. 28
Navigator keeps Lincoln moving forwardAug. 28
Ford shifts to revival modeAug. 28
A lull in new product ends next year with a host of introductions coming near the end of the decade, including numerous electrified vehicles, utilities and two much-anticipated revivals: the Ranger midsize pickup and Bronco SUV.
Kia keeps pushing its boundariesAug. 21
Crossovers will fill in Genesis lineupAug. 21
Kia's on a roll, but Hyundai has more in storeAug. 21
Crossovers to give Hyundai a liftAug. 21
Volvo's battery-powered product revivalAug. 14
Lynk debuts in U.S. in 2019 with 01 crossoverAug. 14
Reborn JLR and Volvo hitting their stridesAug. 14
Jaguar lineup to get even biggerAug. 14
Land Rover product offensive rolls onAug. 14
Mini vehicles grow and add electric driveAug. 7
Smart hopes buyers ready to embrace EVsAug. 7
Mercedes focused on youth and powerAug. 7
German luxury giants go for EVs, autonomyAug. 7
BMW explores new horizonsAug. 7
Platform shift drives changes at ToyotaJuly 31
A new crop of cars and utility vehicles are being readied for the Toyota New Global Architecture, which executives say will transform the brand into a more stylish and sportier player while creating flexible factories that can adjust quickly to changing consumer tastes.
RDX and hybrids dominate Acura's plansJuly 31
Honda prepares for electrifying lineupJuly 31
Infiniti queues up restyled crossover, SUVJuly 31
Altima, Leaf take the limelight at NissanJuly 31
Lexus transition results in sportier looksJuly 31
Japan's Big three won't ignore carsJuly 31
Crossovers may be the rage, but Honda, Nissan and Toyota have a long legacy of successful cars in the U.S. market, and each brand is keen to hang on to the considerable volume these segments still bring in every year.