The Subaru Crosstrek was all-new for 2018 and for 2019 not much has changed except for a few extra features on Premium & Limited trims.
The new Chevy Blazer is finally here sporting a bold, sleek look. Going on sale early next year, the 2019 Blazer gets 2.5L or 3.6L V6 engine.
The all-new 2019 Volvo S60 sets a strong example that the company is going all-electric. The S60 sports sedan won't offer a diesel engine.
If you're a PlayStation Gran Turismo phenom then Nissan is looking for you and thousands others to compete in an official FIA championship. Game on.
BMW's Grand Tourer returns for 2019 after the German discontinued production 10-years ago. Two models - gas & diesel - on sale November 2018.
If you buy the new 2019 Mustang Shelby 350GT when this muscle car arrives early next year, Ford will throw in a Track Attack driving program from Ford Performance. Not bad.
The all-new 2019 RDX arrives to US dealers June 1 and Canadian shops June 15 sporting a new turbo engine, significantly updated interior, a complete exterior redesign, and the best handling RDX to date according to Acura.
Subaru just dropped official pricing for both the 268-hp 2019 WRX and 310-hp 2019 WRX STI, starting at US$27,195 and US$36,595, respectively (excluding fees/charges).
Ford's ultimate off-road pickup gets a few nice upgrades. The 2019 F-150 Raptor arrives at dealerships late 2018 with new trail control, all-new Recaro sport seats, and class-exclusive FOX 3.0 Internal Bypass shocks. Can the new Raptor get any better? Apparently, yes.
The latest custom Ferrari from the company's One-Off programme is the SP38 - a stunning bespoke rocket based on the 488 GTB with inspiration from the iconic F40 supercar.