The 2015 Ford Taurus is a full-size, 4-door family sedan that the automaker claims is the most fuel-efficient vehicle in its market segment aside from hybrid models from competing automakers.
Already one of the best-selling small crossover SUVs in America, the 2015 Honda CR-V receives a significant refresh designed to make it safer, more fuel efficient, more technologically advanced, and better to drive than previous models.
Jaguar has introduced its new entry-level luxury sports sedan, the 2017 Jaguar XE, which will slot beneath the midsize XF and large XJ models.
The 2015 Land Rover Discovery Sport is the entry-level SUV in the automaker's lineup, replacing the LR2.
The new 2015 Volvo XC90 signals the future of the brand in terms of styling, autonomous driving technologies, infotainment systems, powertrain configurations, and more.
Fresh on the heels of Dodge's debut of a 707-horsepower monster it calls the Challenger SRT Hellcat comes news that Chrysler's repositioned performance brand is giving its full-size rear-wheel-drive (RWD) Charger sedan the same treatment.
The Chevrolet Impala underwent an extensive redesign for 2014, so changes for 2015 are few. For 2015, the "mild hybrid" eAssist model has been discontinued, but its fuel-saving start/stop technology has been passed along to the base 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine.
The 2015 Ford Edge is a midsize, 5-passenger crossover SUV that Ford will sell in several global markets.
The redesigned 2015 BMW X6 Sports Activity Coupe is essentially a BMW X5 equipped with a 5-door fastback body style, and at launch will be offered with a choice between a turbocharged 6-cylinder engine and a twin-turbocharged V-8 engine.
One of the most identifiable American muscle cars, the Dodge Challenger SRT is now more muscular than ever.