From three-row crossover SUVs to shapely mid-size sedans, the 2019 New York International Auto Show had an important new-car introduction for just about every kind of buyer Wednesday.
The redesigned 2020 Subaru Outback hits the road, trail, mountain, river crossing, or middle-of-nowhere in late 2019.
Small crossovers like the 2020 Hyundai Venue are cheap cars for a new generation.
Volkswagen Tarok Concept
From Motor Authority:
Is there pent-up appeal for a pickup smaller and cheaper than the Chevrolet Colorado, Toyota Tacoma, and Ford Ranger?
Specialty Vehicle Engineering (SVE) is back with its latest take on a past General Motors performance vehicle.
Alfa Romeo is celebrating the track prowess of its Giulia and Stelvio Quadrifoglio models with special NRING editions. The cars were developed exclusively for North America and just 55 examples of each will be built.
2019 Mazda CX-5
From Green Car Reports:
It’s been a long, long time since Mazda made the business case to bring a passenger-vehicle diesel to the U.S. market.
At an event Tuesday night, Nikola, the truck company that has been promising new hydrogen fuel-cell trucks to compete with Tesla, announced two new semi-trucks: a long-nosed, 10-wheel conventional for the U.S. and a smaller, six-wheeled cabover design for Europe.
Genesis is the newest brand trying to take a piece of a global luxury-vehicle market still dominated by German makers.