The last non-SUV in Buick’s US range will be axed after the 2020 model year because, well, everyone’s buying crossovers not sedans or wagons.
The Subaru Levorg is a mild to hot turbo wagon based on the Impreza. Sadly it’s not sold in the US, but there will be second-gen car for Japan and Europe.
The next generation (NE) Mazda MX-5 Miata might be available with an electric or hybrid powertrain, although nothing’s been decided yet.
The 2021 Mercedes-AMG GLE63 has 4L twin-turbo V8 with a small temporary boost available from an integrated starter motor.
The 2021 Chevrolet Trailblazer revives an old name with true offroading heritage for a crossover that sits between the Trax and Equinox.
The 2020 Genesis G90 is a major midlife facelift with the front and rear of the sedan entirely changed to fit the brand’s new design theme.
The 2020 Mercedes-Maybach GLS is the super luxury version of the company’s largest SUV, and it has only two rows of seats.
Not only does the plug-in hybrid 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime save fuel and cut greenhouse emissions, it’s also the most powerful factory RAV4 of all time.
Elon Musk is many things (a genius, batshit crazy, stupidly rich), but he is not lacking in cajones. Behold the bullet proof electric Tesla Cybertruck.
Coupe SUVs only make sense with lots of crazy power. The 2020 Audi RS Q8 has a mild hybrid 4L twin-turbo V8 gas engine and AWD, of course.