See what new features and updates your favorite car manufacturers have in store for the upcoming year. Whether it’s a brand new model or an upgrade to existing models, get the scoop on latest cars, trucks, and SUVs before you head to the dealership lot.
With the introduction of the 2020 Mercedes-Benz EQC, the proud German automaker officially goes electric with a new series of planned battery-powered vehicles that complements—and could ultimately replace—its current gasoline- and diesel-fueled models.
The 2019 Mercedes-Benz A-Class sedan is the new entry-level model for the proud luxury automaker. Initially offered in A220 and A220 4Motion model series, the new A-Class will directly compete with the Audi A3.
Audi, the automaker that seemingly can’t make a mistake when it comes to product planning, is eager to capitalize on consumer interest in small crossover SUVs. Thus, a redesigned 2019 Audi Q3 is on the way.
Plugging a gap between the Equinox and the Traverse in Chevy’s lineup, the 2019 Blazer isn’t big and it has limited boulder-bashing capability. But with just one look, you can see that it is both bold and brash.
Built to compete with the likes of the Audi A4, BMW 3 Series, and Mercedes-Benz C-Class, the redesigned 2019 Volvo S60 is offered in a variety of model series and trims, ranging in price from the mid-$30,000 range all the way up to the mid-$60,000 range.
After a 20-year absence in the luxury automaker’s U.S. lineup, the all-new, ultra-sporty BMW 8 Series Coupe makes its return, designed to combine a compelling appearance with exceptionally powerful, responsive performance.
Audi presents the latest in 4-door SUV coupes—the 2019 Q8. It’s basically an Audi Q7 that’s been widened and shortened and upscaled to create what the company hopes is a new, more attractive and desirable vehicle.
BMW’s original Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV), the X5, is redesigned for the fourth time in its nearly 20-year history. Highlights of the new 2019 BMW X5 include a bigger interior, more powerful engines, and new technologies addressing instrumentation, infotainment, driver-assistance, and collision-avoidance systems.
Small, energetic, and aggressive, the redesigned 2019 Hyundai Veloster is the automotive equivalent of a Jack Russell Terrier. If come upon one, don’t dismiss it as cute, especially if it has an “N” badge on it.
The Forte is Kia’s best selling car, and has seen an impressive increase in sales for 2017, even in its final year before a redesign. To keep the momentum on the upswing, Kia introduces the redesigned 2019 Forte.
Technically, the 2019 Acura RDX introduced in Detroit at the 2018 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) is a “prototype” vehicle. But rest assured that you’re going to be able to buy one that essentially looks identical to this, inside and out.
Perhaps no other vehicle better defines the reference “3-box sedan” than the current Volkswagen Jetta. With the debut of the redesigned 2019 Volkswagen Jetta at the 2018 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, that changes.