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The redesigned 2019 Infiniti QX50 represents the latest manifestation of Infiniti’s “Powerful Elegance” design theme, sitting on a new platform and offering seating for 5 people.
Lincoln’s compact crossover SUV, the MKC, returns for 2019 with a new look and a handful of technology improvements.
Arriving in the U.S. market in late 2018, the new Audi A8 will represent a transformation for Audi in the luxury market.
Chevrolet has unleashed its most powerful and best performing sports car ever, in the form of the 2019 Corvette ZR1.
BMW completes its family of Sports Activity Coupes with the debut of the 2018 X2. Get all the details on BMW's newest SUV in our new car preview...

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Under new ownership by Nissan Motor, Mitsubishi is regrouping for 2018. The aged Lancer compact sedan and odd i-MiEV electric car are cancelled, leaving the Mirage hatchback and sedan, Outlander Sport, and the Outlander in the lineup.
Honda redesigns the Accord for 2018, undertaking what it calls “the most dramatic remake in 41 years.” The company’s Odyssey minivan is also all new, and loaded with family-friendly safety, infotainment, and convenience features.
Buick is busy in 2018. The company’s full-size SUV, the Enclave, is completely redesigned and launches Buick’s new Avenir luxury sub-brand. The midsize Regal is also new for 2018.
Acura is a brand in transition. For 2018, the TLX and RLX sedans adopt Acura’s new exterior design themes, while the ILX sedan and RDX SUV patiently await overdue redesigns.
Given the depth and breadth of the Mercedes-Benz lineup, it is no surprise that many changes are in store for 2018. Most significantly, the E-Class lineup adds redesigned coupe and convertible body styles, while the sedan and wagon offerings expand.
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