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Toyota's new global design chief, Simon Humphries, says car-sharing and autonomous driving will be a boon to cool, ultra-emotional design for your personal wheels.
Mercedes-Benz's 2019 C-class sedan will get the automaker's new M264 four-cylinder engine but it will come without the 48-volt system Daimler touted when the engine was announced.
A new Rolls-Royce model in a new segment is a rare occurrence.
Mercedes-Benz will add to its compact vehicle family in 2019 when it launches the GLB crossover — and a seven-passenger version is reportedly in the offing.
Jeep has revealed images of the seven-seat Grand Commander SUV, carving out a niche above the Grand Cherokee in size if not in price or performance.
Lotus has revealed plans for two sports cars set to arrive in 2020.
To move faster into electrification, Subaru is relying on friends -- old and new -- for the needed products.
General Motors will unveil the 2019 GMC Sierra on March 1 in Detroit amid expectations that it will be more differentiated from its Chevrolet Silverado sibling than ever before.
Hyundai, playing catch-up in the booming crossover market, is banking on a bigger, more modern redesign of the Santa Fe to lift its fortunes in the important segment.
Rather than follow Mercedes, Audi, BMW and Jaguar into less-expensive, entry-luxury territory to boost its sales volumes, Lexus aims to stake out more ground in the upper tiers of luxury.
Mercedes-Benz will go after new customers when it launches the A-class sedan in the U.S. late this year.
With its 2018 debuts, BMW is kicking off a new chapter of styling, design chief Adrian van Hooydonk says. It starts with the X2.
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