Ford TerritoryOct. 22
The Ford Territory crossover is one of the 50 new or redesigned vehicles the automaker plans to launch in China starting this year through 2025. The Territory was jointly developed with local partner Jiangling Motors Corp. and Ford plans to begin selling the entry level model exclusively in China early next year.
Ford National Dealer Meeting 2018Oct. 19
Roughly 3,100 North American dealers this week traveled to Las Vegas for Ford’s national dealer meeting. They heard from the automaker’s entire North American leadership team, drove new vehicles like the Ranger, viewed future product and saw the first glimpse of a new “Built Ford Proud” ad campaign.
Land Rover Defender spy photosOct. 18
The upcoming Land Rover Defender, which Land Rover officials have confirmed will arrive in 2020, will retain the nameplate's boxy shape — a nod to the classic original 1948-2016 model, recent spy photos indicate. A test mule was caught driving on public roads earlier in October 2018 near Jaguar Land Rover's engineering test facility at Gaydon in the British Midlands. The spy photos show the vehicle with independent rear suspension, which is a major break with the tradition.
2019 BMW X7Oct. 18
The new BMW X7, available at U.S. dealerships in March starting at $74,895, addresses a shortcoming in BMW's crossover lineup — a true seven-seater option. The X7 comes standard with three-row seating for seven passengers. At 203.3 inches long, 78.7 inches wide and 71.1 inches tall, the X7 dominates BMW's crossover lineup. The X7 will compete with the Mercedes-Benz GLS, Audi Q7 and Range Rover.
BMW X7Oct. 17
The best get boisterousOct. 15
The cerebral gave way to the celebratory as Automotive News' Retail Forum: Chicago on the afternoon of Oct. 11 changed to the seventh annual Best Dealerships To Work For gala that evening. Celebratory? More like rip-roarin' revelry for a roomful of winners.
VinFast Lux SA2.0 SUVOct. 9
VinFast Lux A2.0 sedanOct. 9
70 years of PorscheOct. 7
Porsche, with a rich history in style and engineering, has diversified its portfolio over the past 70 years. Here are some Porsche models that stick out — for performance, design or for being a breakout model for the company. -- Jack Walsworth
2019 Acura ILXOct. 4
Acura has reshaped the ILX for 2019, giving it the familiar diamond grille that graces the faces of the rest of the brand's lineup. It is equipped with a 2.4-liter inline-four engine that generates 201 hp and an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission.
Toyota Corolla station wagonOct. 3
The Toyota Corolla station wagon replaces the Auris wagon in Europe. The wagon will be sold with just gasoline and gasoline-electric hybrid powertrains as Toyota continues to phase diesels out of its European lineup.The wagon has been designed to look more distinct than the hatchback, Toyota said. It has prominent wheel arches, a sweeping roofline and a wider stance to emphasize its sporty nature.
Seat TarracoOct. 3
Volkswagen's Spanish brand expanded its European utility lineup to three models with the Tarraco. The Tarraco is a crucial addition to help Seat retain more affluent customers and increase profit margins. It will come with five or seven seats and use the MQB-A long-wheelbase architecture, which also underpins the Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace.