Porsche is bowing to the strong demand for coupe-like SUVs and will launch one based on the Cayenne. A prototype has been spotted featuring a sloping coupe-like profile and a hatchback-like rear. A debut is expected next year.

Also arriving next year will be a full-size SUV from Kia. Unmasked versions have been spotted and reveal a design previewed by 2016's Telluride concept. Sister brand Hyundai will launch its own full-size SUV expected to be called a Palisade.

Chevrolet's Colorado ZR2 gets even more off-road focused for 2019 with the arrival of a new Bison model. Among the upgrades are five new skid plates constructed of hard, durable hot-stamped Boron steel, an industry first.

You'll find these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.

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