Tag Archives: Crossovers

Report: Cadillac to spawn new crossover with next-gen SRX

The Cadillac SRX is nearing its point of replacement and CARandDRIVER recently spoke to Caddy’s chief marketing officer, Uwe Ellinghaus, who apparently shared some future details. According to the report, Cadillac is keen with not just introducing a new SRX, but a completely new SRX overall, one that may just be named as a different variant […]

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Report: Lexus refrains from F-branded crossovers

With automakers getting high off of branding, it’ snot particularly uncouth to expect manufacturers to create endless “special edition” models or sporty wannabe models of more expensive and higher performing brethren. With Lexus however, the Japanese luxury giant seeks to keep the high-performance F branch away from their crossover offerings, which makes considerable sense. On […]

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Report: Mercedes-Benz A-Class to have multiple body styles for next generation

Mercedes-Benz is known for many things, one being a creator for almost every niche market that never existed. And the plan just doesn’t seem to want to end as Germany’s AutoBild heard the Three-Point Star wants to produce a sedan, c0upe, roadster, shooting brake and crossover of the A-Class for the next generation. We currently have […]

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Report: Hyundai to build luxury crossover against Lexus RX

Hyundai is serious about moving upmarket and Edmunds reaffirms these intents as the South Korean automaker is rumored to be developing a new luxury crossover directly aimed at the Lexus RX. The model could also compete with the next generation Cadillac SRX and the new Buick Envision. After speaking with Hyundai North America’s chief, Dave […]

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The 2015 Volvo XC90 is Sweden’s most powerful model ever

Finally! After one generation and twelve consecutive years of production and counting (Volvo will continue producing the first generation XC90 in China as the XC Classic), Sweden’s full-size seven-seater luxury crossover is here and ready to take the market by storm. Meet the 2015 Volvo XC90. Sporting a completely new look and an all-new backbone, Volvo’s Scalable […]

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Report: The Tesla Model X predicted to outsell competition of premium SUV market

Tesla’s new Model X crossover is making a big impression–so big in fact, that Morgan Stanley predicts the new Model X could do some serious damage to the competition in the premium SUV market segment. Check out more news on the Tesla Model X. According to The Los Angeles Times, the new Model X is even expected […]

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Report: Rolls-Royce CEO confirms development of SUV crossover

Rolls-Royce has been known to be working on a new SUV crossover now that Bentley is working on their own. Additionally, SUV crossovers are high on the demand, which further bolsters both Bentley’s and Rolls’ venture into the segment, despite being rather blasphemous to the brand’s image. And after speaking with Rolls’ CEO, Törsten Müller-Ötvös, AutoGuide heard from the […]

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Report: Cadillac’s SRX to get a complete makeover for new generation

The current second generation Cadillac SRX has been with us since 2009 and is soon due for a replacement. Supposedly confirming the arrival of the third generation model is Cadillac’s chief engineer, Dave Leone, who spoke to Bloomberg recently. The new next gen SRX is scheduled for a launch sometime in late 2015 as a 2016 […]

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Report: A Subaru Tribeca successor still a possibility

Cars.com heard through the grapevine that Subaru is still working on a follow-up generation to the current Tribeco crossover, after speaking with the brand’s product communications director for American operations, Dominick Ifante. “We are actively working on a next-generation three-row crossover,” Infante supposedly said. It’s still in the planning stage, but should all go well, the […]

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Report: Mazda could reintroduce the CX-7

Crossover are undoubtedly at an all-time high in demand and as a result, Mazda may jump back on the bandwagon with a possible successor to the mid-size CX-7. Mazda’s midsized crossover ceased production in 2012, leaving only the compact CX-5 and the CX-9 as the two only crossover offerings from the small Japanese automaker. That […]

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