Posts from ‘First Look’
With its new midsize crossover scheduled to arrive in showrooms in a couple months or so, and the 2020 New York Auto Show currently postponed from its original April date to the end of August, Toyota shifted plans and revealed its all-new 2021 Venza SUV via a “Spring New Product Showcase” online broadcast today.
When introduced as an early 1999 model, the Lexus RX 300 became the first “premium” crossover, setting the stage for many to follow. It quickly became the company’s best-selling vehicle, something it continues to be to this day.
In its last full redesign, the 2016 edition went wild. Smooth, rounded styling was replaced by sharp creases and swooping curves, and numerous new high-tech features were added.
It seems pickup-truck boxes are no longer the simple cargo-carrying addendums they used to be. In fact, they’ve become the new battleground over which pickup wars are being waged.
Nissan took the wraps off an all-new third-generation version of its subcompact sedan today at Rock the Ocean’s Tortuga Music Festival in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The redesigned 2020 Nissan Versa is slightly lower, longer, and wider than the previous-generation model, and it gets much flashier styling and several new technology features.
Ford today officially unveiled an all-new, redesigned version of its popular compact SUV. The 2020 Ford Escape gets reimagined styling, a raft of new technology and convenience features, and new powertrains (including both hybrid- and plug-in-hybrid models).