VinFast sedanSept. 10
2020 Kia TellurideSept. 9
The 2020 Telluride will become the fourth crossover in Kia's U.S. lineup after the Niro, Sportage and Sorento. It will also be the biggest Kia crossover since the Borrego was dropped. The Telluride is expected to arrive in showrooms in early 2019. It was designed at Kia's U.S. styling studio in Irvine, Calif.
VinFast SUVSept. 10
2019 Colorado ZR2 BisonSept. 6
The beefed-up midsize 2019 Colorado ZR2 Bison increases the level of off-road equipment found on ZR2 models and adds unique aesthetic features such as a new flow-through "CHEVROLET" lettered grille. The pickup features five skid plates covering the engine oil pan, fuel tank, transfer case and front and rear locking differentials. GM partnered with off-road aftermarket manufacturer American Expedition Vehicles to create the variant. The Bison will be available in crew- or extended-cab configurations.
Midengine Chevrolet Corvette testing in GermanySept. 4
The latest spy photos of the midengine Chevrolet Corvette, spotted testing in Germany, shed light on additional details for the long-awaited model. There are huge side air scoops as well as new vents in front to cool oil or transmission fluid. The headlights still look concept-y to the eye, but maybe that’s just the way they’re covered. In the rear, there appear to be heat extractors on the flanks, quad exhausts at the corners and a very restrained-looking rear wing. The rear hatch also looks to have some vents. -- Autoweek
Mercedes EQCSept. 4
Pebble Beach: New faces and new creations on the lawnSept. 3
Pebble Beach weekend, the California celebration of vintage cars, new cars, exotic cars, ultraluxuries and heavy-breathing speed beasts, learned some new names this year. On golf greens and shady hillsides around the Monterey Peninsula, sharing the attention with wild-toned McLarens and screaming Ferraris, sat newcomers from China, bold plays from unknown corners and new niche models from brands that were unfamiliar names not long ago. Pebble Beach's Concours d'Elegance and the rival show down the highway known as The Quail, A Motorsports Gathering, are tony displays of aspirational affluence, where Rolls-Royce, Bentley, Maserati and Mercedes are the haut monde old-monied establishment. But from the looks of the new wheels on the ground this year, others are joining the country club. - Lindsay Chappell
Renault ArkanaAug. 29
Mercedes-Benz EQ Silver ArrowAug. 27
Mercedes-Benz's EQ Silver Arrow concept, unveiled at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, offers an early, if idealistic, look at some design elements and technologies that might end up in the automaker's wave of planned electric vehicles. The one-seater pays homage to the W 125 Grand Prix racer, considered the most powerful race car ever for three decades. The 738 hp EQ Silver Arrow has a driving range of more than 250 miles. Side air vents help cool the 80 kWh battery.
Ferrari 488 Pista SpiderAug. 27
Bugatti DivoAug. 24
Lamborghini Aventador SVJAug. 24
The latest limited-run variant to join the Lamborghini lineup is the Aventador SVJ. Powered by a V-12 engine with 770 hp and four-wheel drive, the Aventador SVJ can hit 60 mph in roughly 2.8 seconds. The two-door has a new front bumper with a new air intake and in the rear, there is a redesigned engine cover. 900 Aventador SVJs will be built, starting at $517,770. The Aventador SVJ is set to arrive in early 2019.