The top of the Acura line will soon be replaced by this all-new sedan that will be available with an advanced all-wheel-drive hybrid system that mates a powerful V6 engine to three electric motors that promises to deliver a city/combined/highway MPG rating of 30/30/30. Performance is said to be so good that the powertrain is rumored to be the same one destined for the reborn NSX supercar on the way in a few years.
Nissan's hot-selling mid-size sedan gets a full redesign with an upscale look inside and out, fuel economy of up to 38 mpg, "zero gravity" seats designed with NASA for long-haul comfort and a starting price of $21,500.
Chevy dug deep into its history for inspiration when it designed its all-new full-size sedan, which mixes bold styling cues from Impalas past with modern technology, including an available 37 mpg hybrid powertrain, crash avoidance system and a plush cabin fitted with the latest in telematics and infotainment.
Toyota's big bland boat will have a dose of streamline style mixed with a plush new interior when it arrives in showrooms this summer. No word yet on how it will get there, as engine details haven't been announced, but rumor has it that the Avalon will have fuel economy that's on par with the tiny Fiat 500 that it could probably carry inside its spacious cabin.
This is the new look of Lincoln. The MKZ acting as a vanguard of things to come from the luxury brand. The mid-size sedan featuring a computer controlled suspension, hybrid powertrain option and a retractable sunroof that covers and uncovers the entire roof.
Toyota's technology finally finds its way into Lexus' popular midsize sedan in the sleek new form of the all-new 40 mpg ES 300h, while the ES 350 returns with V6 power and a modern interior that's packed with the latest Lexus tech.
Four-doors hit the city in style.