Chevy has updated the Camaro for 2019, with the car receiving fresh looks and the availability of the 1LE package on the turbocharged inline-4 model. We just drove one on a track and found it to be an athletic, tidy, chuckable, and user-friendly ride.
Lexus' RC coupe has also been updated for 2019. The face of the car has been massaged to more closely resemble the LC flagship, and Lexus says its engineers also fine-tuned the suspension for a superior ride and sharper handling.
Jeep's Wrangler was just redesigned for 2018 but the first of what's likely to be a long list of special editions is out. The first is the Wrangler Moab Edition, which is based on the four-door Unlimited body style and sits somewhere between the fancy Sahara and rugged Rubicon.
You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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