Replete with frameless glass, suicide doors and enough screens to fill an Apple Store, the BMW Vision Future luxury also previews the next-gen 7-Series.
Unveiled just in time for the New York Auto Show, the third generation Kia Sedona/Carnival is a nicer looking and better design box for carrying families around.
For the Beijing Auto Show Volkswagen rolled out the Golf R400 concept, which features 400PS of power, all-wheel drive and flared arches.
Easier on the eye, and better designed and made on the inside, the new Subaru Outback makes a good first impression.
In order to give its XV50 Camry more emotion, Toyota has given it an extensive reworking with all exterior body panels, except the roof, changed.
Surprise! The Buick Encore’s honeymoon period is over, and the split-at-birth Chevy Trax is almost identical to its Buick sibling.
DS is beginning its growth from sub-brand to brand in China, and the horribly named DS 6WR is the brand’s first SUV, albeit one without all-wheel drive.
The Land Rover Discovery Vision is both harbinger of the company’s upcoming range of Discovery badged SUVs and a rolling tech showcase.
Chevrolet has given the facelifted MY2015 North American Cruze a divisive split grille treatment and the option of being a 4G LTE internet Wi-Fi hotspot.
The bigger, more stylish third generation Kia Sedona (Carnival in many places) will feature 6- and 7-seat configurations, and a standard 3.3L V6 in the US.