Tag Archives: Crossovers

The 2015 Range Rover Sport SVR unveiled on the web w/ video

Land Rover revealed its first ever high-performance variant to the all-new 2015 Range Rover Sport for placement above the original Supercharged model. Meet the 2015 Range Rover Sport SVR. Engineered to be the fastest and most road-going Land Rover ever, the new model is a part of Jaguar-Land Rover’s Special Vehicle Operations division, the branch created to be responsible for […]

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Kia reveals the all-new 2015 Sorento for foreign markets, to come to US as 2016 model

Kia revealed a newly redesigned Sorento for the 2015 model year. Because foreign markets have a tendency to be revealed before the US, the new model is expected to come to North America as a 2016 model. Not much else is known, as the pictures speak for themselves. The new 2015/2016 Kia Sorento gets a […]

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Report: Hyundai wants to expand lineup with a new entry-level crossover

Hyundai is adamant about producing an entry-level crossover to compete against the new Nissan Juke, according to a new report from Edmunds. After speaking with Hyundai Motor America’s CEO, Dave Zuchowski, the outlet learned that the model could debut sometime in 2017 with inspiration taken from the HCD-12 Curb Concept from the 2011 North American International Auto […]

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Report: Buick’s future lineup detailed, includes a rebadged version of Opel Cascada

Buick apparently shared plans for its future lineup with AutomotiveNews. In the latest report, Buick is said to be receiving their own rebadged version of the Opel Cascada convertible, in similar fashion to how the current Buick Regal is a rebadged and slightly reengineered version of the Opel Insiginia. The new Buick convertible could be due […]

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Report: Chrysler to produce a seven-seat full-size crossover in 2017

Chrysler apparently wants to get a slice of the full-size crossover pie as MotorTrend reports that Chrysler’s brand CEO, Al Gardner, confirmed that a new model is on the way to compete against the Buick Enclave, the Chevrolet Traverse, and the GMC Acadia. According to the new finding, the model will take on a size larger […]

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Report: Honda rumored to give 2015 CR-V a CVT transmission this Sept.

Rumors via AutoGuide and Temple of VTEC suggest that Honda will be equipping the 2015 CR-V with a new CVT or Continuously Variable Transmission for the 2015 model year. The CR-V will be powered by a Honda “Earth Dreams” four-banger engine as it gets refreshed for the mid-cycle. Expect revised and upgraded styling as well as minor […]

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Report: Audi Q7 e-tron due for launch within next year

CarAdvice reports that Audi is almost ready to reveal a Q7 e-tron, after speaking with Audi’s technology and communications manager, Oliver Strohbach. The new model is expected to launch either later this year or early next year, riding on Audi’s latest MLB Evo architecture, the same chassis expected to provide a backbone for the next-gen […]

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Buick reveals 2015 Envision midsize crossover for China

Buick was rumored to be preparing an all-new midsize crossover for China, their most proficient market and recently, the new Envision was revealed. Due to go on sale in China later this year, the new Envision will sit in between the Encore and the Enclave. Additionally, the styling heavily mimics that of the current Enclave […]

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Video: Drag race version BMW X5 M50d vs. Range Rover Sport–who will win?

The BMW X5 M50d is one of those models that we wish we got here in the states–what’s not cool about a super-luxo crossover with a potent diesel that returns a commendable 35.1 mpg? But the BMW X5 isn’t alone in its game as there exists the Range Rover Sport. And in this latest video, the […]

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Report: Crossovers and SUVs are more popular than sedans for first time

AutomotiveNews recently stumbled upon a survey by IHS Automotive, who discovered that Americans are buying more crossovers and SUVs than sedans. According to the study, the crossover and SUV market now accounts for 36.5 percent of the US light-vehicle market while sedans trail behind at 35.4 percent. The study does only factor retail registrations through […]

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