Teaser for 2019 Subaru Forester debuting at 2018 New York auto showEnlarge Photo
2019 Subaru Forester: Subaru will roll out its rival to the RAV4 above, a redesigned Forester. Subaru hasn't released any further details on its new Forester but we already have a good idea of what to expect thanks to prototype sightings. They suggest the new Forester will resemble a scaled-down version of Subaru’s 3-row, 7-seat Ascent mid-sizer. Both SUVs arrive for 2019.
Teaser for 2019 Acura RDX A-Spec debuting at 2018 New York auto showEnlarge Photo
2019 Acura RDX: Acura is set to unveil a new generation of its top-selling RDX. The design is hardly a secret as a thinly veiled prototype version was shown earlier this year and said to be pretty much identical to the upcoming production model. The redesign of the RDX is described by Acura as the most extensive of any vehicle launched by the brand in the past decade. There's a new platform, transmission and design language. We'll also see a sporty A-Spec model.
Teaser for 2019 Nissan Altima debuting at 2018 New York auto showEnlarge Photo
2019 Nissan Altima: Nissan has a redesign for its Altima coming up. The automaker has released a teaser sketch that hints at the new look for the popular mid-size sedan. Unfortunately, there isn't much else to go on though you can count on Nissan not shaking things up too much. Expect a 4-cylinder as the standard option and possibly V-6 and hybrid options for those seeking greater performance.
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2019 Ford Fusion: Ford will present an updated version of its Fusion. This is the second update for the current generation of the popular mid-size sedan, and while there's no performance upgrades there are some new safety features, which buyers in the segment are likely more interested in. The highlight is Ford's new Co-Pilot360, which groups numerous safety features in the one package.
Volkswagen Atlas five-passenger conceptEnlarge Photo
Volkswagen Atlas 5-seater concept: Volkswagen's plant in Chattanooga, Tennessee is about to get its third vehicle in the form of a smaller, 2-row version of the 3-row Atlas that's already built there (VW also builds the Passat at the plant). We'll only see a concept version of the new SUV in N.Y. but a production version should arrive in the next year or two. Potential rivals will include the Chevrolet Equinox, Ford Edge, Hyundai Santa Fe, and Nissan Murano.
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