McLaren SennaDec. 12
Jaguar I-PaceDec. 6
Jaguar has been road-testing its first full-electric car, the I-Pace, ahead of its launch next year. A production prototype completed a 200-mile (322 km) test from Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, to Morro Bay, San Luis Obispo, on a single charge.
Lamborghini UrusDec. 4
2019 Kia SorentoDec. 1
Kia's freshened 2019 Sorento will feature key safety gear, like automatic emergency braking, as standard equipment on all trim levels. Other advanced safety features such as forward-collision warning, adaptive cruise control, and blind-spot detection will be standard on EX trims or higher.
Kia is dropping the 2.0-liter, four-cylinder turbo engine for the 2019 model year. Two engines will now be a offered: a 2.4-liter inline four-cylinder paired with a six-speed automatic transmission, or a 3.3-liter V-6 motor mated to a new eight-speed automatic transmission. The Sorento will still be available with all-wheel drive, and an AWD V6 will be capable of towing 5,000 pounds. A diesel engine will also be offered, following Hyundai's plan to offer a diesel engine in the Santa Fe. Inside, all 2019 Sorento models will feature standard three rows of seating.
2019 Subaru AscentNov. 28
Future Toyota Adventure ConceptNov. 30
The FT-AC, for "future Toyota adventure concept," is equipped with all-wheel drive and features styling elements that hark back to the off-road heritage of Toyota's recent retro FJ Cruiser as well as the brand's rugged Land Cruisers from decades past.
2018 Nissan KicksNov. 29
2018 Lincoln MKCNov. 29
2018 Mazda6Nov. 29
2018 Lexus RX 350LNov. 29
The body of the 2018 RX L is stretched 4.3 inches at the rear and uses a steeper tailgate window compared with the standard two-row RX to provide better headroom in the back without dramatically altering the styling.
2019 BMW i8 roadster and coupeNov. 29
BMW is counting on the new roadster and face-lifted coupe to lift overall i8 sales significantly. In the U.S., i8 sales are down 72 percent through the first 10 months of 2017, with just 364 sold. BMW sold 2,265 i8s in the U.S. in 2015, the first full year the car was available.