Jeep Yuntu concept, 2017 Shanghai auto show [photo: Ronan Glon]Enlarge Photo
Jeep used this week’s 2017 Shanghai auto show to roll out a seven-seat SUV concept. The concept doesn’t preview the upcoming Wagoneer but rather a potential on-road focused crossover SUV for the Chinese market.
One new vehicle that we know is coming soon is a redesigned Hyundai Veloster. A prototype has just been spotted and reveals that the current model’s three-doors-and-hatch configuration will transition over to the new one.
Don’t want an off-road truck as big and pricey as Ford’s F-150 Raptor? Toyota has an ideal alternative in the form of the Tacoma TRD Pro. We just took it for a spin.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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