We left “Hyundai” out of the headline because the Genesis G90 is no more a Hyundai than a Lexus is a Toyota. The G90 is the first all-new car for this new luxury brand.
Honda debuts the second generation Ridgeline pickup at the North American International Auto Show this week.
Lexus is heading out of the “entry luxury” category and gunning for the upper tier of luxury vehicles. Its first salvo is the gorgeous LC500, a premium luxury GT with cars like the Mercedes-Benz SL in its sights.
The Infiniti Q60 is the two-door version of the four-door Q50, which is, in turn, the Infiniti version of the Nissan Maxima. It makes its debut at the 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Ford’s bread and butter sedan gets an evolutionary makeover for the 2017 model year, and it makes its debut at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
BMW knocked out two M launches at the 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit: the M2 and the X4 M40i.
Porsche may sell a lot of SUVs these days, but when you think “Porsche,” 911 Turbo is the thing that comes to mind. At the 2016 North American International Auto Show, Porsche introduces the 2017 edition of both its 911 Turbo and 911 Turbo S models.
The Volvo S90 is an all-new, full-size luxury car from Volvo, its first since the Volvo S80 debuted back in 1998.
Following up on the BUDD-e electric Microbus at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, Volkswagen debuts the Tiguan GTE Active Concept, a plug-in hybrid version of its second-gen Tiguan SUV.