The long-awaited all-electric SUV is almost here.
Is the Hybrid version on the horizon?
Refined and reliable, the perfect formula for success in the highly competitive compact segment.
Out with the old, in with the new, the Impreza comes out in a sedan-only body style.
Porsche?s best-selling model gets updated.
The ultimate GT, with more power and panache than ever before.
Everything you could ever possibly want, and then some.
An all-new CUV that?s shockingly affordable.
Has Toyota finally engineered the perfect full-size truck?
Bigger and better in every way, but worth the wait?
All-new sedan moves upmarket, ready to take on 3-Series.
Sleeker and sexier than ever before.
The value leader in the highly-competitive class gets a big boost for the next generation.
The baddest Jaguar ever?
All-new, but is it enough to dethrone the segment's best?
Worth the wait?
Six hundred horsepower and seating for four?
Ford looks to hit a home run with the most well-rounded Mustang to date.
Will the long-awaited supercar be worth the wait?
This spells the end of the TSX, but will offer oodles of mass appeal.
Lighter, tighter and quicker than ever.
Alfa-Romeo makes its way stateside, but would you buy one?
Is this finally what Mazda aficionados have been waiting for?
Could this be the best midsize truck ever?
The Nissan NV offers a unique choice in the full-size passenger van segment, giving buyers a comfortable 12-passenger van that's easy to live with daily.
Porsche's new 911 GT3 is a purist's sports car, but will it be worth the wait?
An ultra-luxurious take on the workhorse full-size pickup, priced at $47,000.
The all-new MkVII GTI will be lighter, quicker, faster, more fuel-efficient, and better-handling than the model it replaces.
Volkswagen's new diesel-electric plug-in hybrid sets new records for gas mileage and aero efficiency. How many MPG, you ask? Find out inside.
Confirmed for this year is BMW's next Sport Activity Vehicle, the 2014 X4, which will reach dealerships early next year.
Blasphemy in BMW M purists' eyes, but there's no mistaking the huge jump in horsepower from employing twin-turbos on the newly-developed Inline 6.