Subaru aims to stoke demand by making the next Crosstrek more of a driver's vehicle. Ride comfort, body rigidity, braking, steering and noise reduction all see upgrades.
Mazda launches several new crossovers this year, in an upmarket shift betting that going bigger is better.
The rollout makes good on a promise to resurrect the blade-twirling powerplant after retiring the technology with the discontinued RX-8 in 2012.
Subaru's outlay shows the all-wheel drive specialist is finally turning its focus to full-electric vehicles after introducing its first serious contender, the Solterra crossover, only this year.
When Honda rolled out the redesigned subcompact crossover for global markets last year, it left out the U.S. This year, a more rugged North American version will launch.
Honda's all-electric Prologue will leverage GM's Ultium platform and batteries and feature Honda's exterior and interior design.
The Wrangler-inspired Recon and a sleek midsize crossover called the Wagoneer S will mark the beginning of the battery-electric era for Jeep in its biggest market.
The new RZ crossover propels Lexus into the all-electric age as a driver's EV that focuses on responsive driving dynamics as well as everyday utility.
Mitsubishi and its dealers believe the soon-to-launch Outlander PHEV will lift the brand out of its bargain-basement perception.
Toyota says it will only sell 7,000 of the Japan-built bZ4X crossover EVs in the U.S. by the end of the 2022 calendar year, with pricing starting at $43,215 and a range of up to 252 miles, depending on configuration.
Lexus is sticking with a spindle motif. But going forward, it will be structurally incorporated into the solid body paneling. Say so long to the spindle grille; say hello to the "spindle body."
The fifth-generation Lexus RX repackages the top-selling nameplate on a new platform with four new drivetrains that Lexus says will make it as fun as it is practical to drive.