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Updated: 12/10/18 Next stage: Redesign in 2019 The 2020 Silverado HD -- produced in Flint, Mich. -- is expected to go on sale in mid-2019.

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Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD and 3500HD 20181210
Updated: 12/10/18 Next stage: Addition in 2018 The electrified crossover has plug-in and traditional hybrid models to choose from for the 2018 model year.

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Kia Niro 20181210
Updated: 12/10/18 Next stage: Redesign in 2019 The 2020 Kia Soul receives a new platform, sleeker headlights and a more sculpted body.

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Kia Soul 20181210
Updated: 12/10/18 Next stage: New in 2019 Lincoln in mid 2019 will start selling the all-new Aviator crossover that was engineered on a new rear-wheel-drive platform and will come in gasoline and plug-in hybrid versions.

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Lincoln Aviator 20181210
Updated: 12/10/18 Next stage: Freshen in 2019 The 2019 Nissan Maxima has gone under the knife for a freshening, albeit minor.

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Nissan Maxima 20181210
Updated: 12/10/18 Next stage: Freshen in 2019 Nissan is giving the Murano a nip and tuck for the 2019 model year.

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Nissan Murano 20181210
Updated: 12/10/18 Next stage: Redesign in 2019 The 2020 Corolla sedan is built on the Toyota New Global Architecture, which underpins most of the brand's car lineup.

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Toyota Corolla sedan 20181210
Updated: 12/10/18 Next stage: Freshen in 2019 The best-selling hybrid vehicle of all time was the first Toyota to move over to TNGA — for the 2016 model year — and an updated plug-in hybrid version showed up for 2017 (the Prime).

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Toyota Prius/ Prius Prime 20181210
Updated: 12/09/18 Next stage: Redesign in 2019 The compact car is the leadoff nameplate for an entirely re-engineered vehicle architecture that the Japanese carmaker promises will weigh less, cost less and deliver a quieter ride with crisper handling and better rigidity.

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Mazda Mazda3 20181209
Updated: 11/29/18 Next stage: New in 2019 While it is Wrangler-based, the 2020 Gladiator pickup is distinct from the venerable off-road SUV, with a frame that is 31 inches longer and a wheelbase that is 19.4 inches longer to carry its 5-foot cargo bed.

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Jeep Gladiator 20181129
Updated: 11/28/18 Next stage: New in 2019 Hyundai's biggest utility to date, the Palisade is longer, wider and taller than the outgoing Santa Fe XL.

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Hyundai Palisade 20181128
Updated: 11/27/18 Next stage: New in 2019 The new Passport, which will slot between the compact CR-V and three-row Pilot, has a standard 3.5-liter i-VTEC V-6 engine.

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Honda Passport 20181127
Updated: 11/27/18 Next stage: Redesign in 2019 The redesigned 2020 Porsche 911 retains the automaker's venerable styling DNA but receives upgrades in horsepower, a new interior layout inspired by 1970s models, and 21st century driving conveniences.

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Porsche 911 20181127
Updated: 11/26/18 Next stage: Redesign in 2019 Bentley's redesigned 2019 Continental GT convertible closely follows the redesign of the 2019 Continental GT coupe.

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Bentley Continental GT 20181126
Updated: 11/22/18 Next stage: Redesign in 2019 Land Rover isn’t going to tinker much with the second-generation Evoque coming next year, possibly as a 2020 model.

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Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 20181122
Updated: 11/20/18 Next stage: New in 2020 The DBX will go on sale in 2020 and is expected to become the automaker's top-selling model.

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Aston Martin DBX 20181120
Updated: 11/19/18 Next stage: Addition in 2018 Subaru's increasingly popular subcompact crossover will receive a plug-in hybrid variant for the 2019 model year.

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Subaru Crosstrek 20181119
Updated: 11/05/18 Next stage: New in 2018 The 8-series convertible launches in March 2019.

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BMW 8 series 20181105
Updated: 11/05/18 Ford says it will build an additional 350 GTs over two additional model years, bringing the total number of supercars produced to 1,350 over a six-year run.

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Ford GT 20181105
Updated: 10/30/18 Next stage: Freshen in 2019 The second-generation R8 has been freshened for the 2019 model year.

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Audi R8 20181030
Updated: 10/26/18 Next stage: New in 2020 The Speedtail features a gasoline-electric powertrain that makes 1,035 hp, which the automaker says can propel the vehicle to 186 mph in a blistering 12.8 seconds.

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McLaren Speedtail 20181026
Updated: 10/22/18 Next stage: Freshen in 2018 Acura has reshaped the ILX for 2019, giving it the familiar diamond grille that graces the faces of the rest of the brand's lineup.

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Acura ILX 20181022
Updated: 10/22/18 Next stage: New in 2019 BMW’s long-awaited large crossover will go on sale in the U.S. at the end of the first quarter of 2019.

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BMW X7 20181022
Updated: 10/08/18 Next stage: New in 2019 Ferrari plans to sell 499 units of the Monza SP1 and SP2 supercars with a $1.85 million price tag.

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Ferrari Monza 20181008
Updated: 10/08/18 Next stage: Redesign in 2019 The redesigned 2020 GLE moved to Mercedes’ Modular High Architecture, or MHA, platform.

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Mercedes-Benz GLE 20181008

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