NEWS: 2014 New Cars

By Automobile Staff - September 13, 2013
2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z 28 Chevrolet SS And Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible
It's an exciting time of year, isn't it? When the new cars start to roll out, there's a crisp sense of purpose in the air. This year, the carmakers are hard at it again after a troubled period, and although things aren't easy, everyone is trying to do good work. The time for making excuses is over, and now is the time for making cars. For all of us, every new shape promises to lead down a road that we haven't taken before, and new people, distant places, and great adventures lie at the end of it. Every new car is a great drive waiting to happen.
Chevrolet Camaro Z/28
The Camaro Z/28 is back and should be better than ever. Meant to recall the original, race-ready homologation special from the late 1960s, the Z/28 has been slated to return ever since the revival of the Camaro in 2010, but it didn't make it to the street because Chevy engineers wanted a worthy engine. Even the supercharged, 580-hp V-8 from the ZL1 couldn't cut it. The Z/28's centerpiece is the normally aspirated V-8 from the outgoing Corvette Z06, and it's complemented by a six-speed manual transmission (and only a six-speed manual), track-ready suspension, and carbon-ceramic brakes. It has the same refreshed look that every Camaro gets for 2014, but the Z/28 looks more hard-core. Even so, this Camaro might not be the track monster that you're hoping for, because the baseline for the Z/28's 300-pound weight loss is relative to the 4120-pound Camaro ZL1. That means the Z/28 should weigh about as much as a regular Camaro SS. - Joseph Capparella
2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z 28 Chevrolet SS And Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible
WHY WE CARE
This is the most hard-core Camaro since the Roger Penske Z/28 racing cars of the 1960s.
On Sale: Early 2014
Price: $65,000 (est.)
Engine: 7.0L V-8, 500 hp, 470 lb-ft (est.)
Chevrolet SS
The 2014 Chevrolet SS comes to the United States by way of Australia, where it is known as the Holden Commodore, the car that also spawned the short-lived but well-loved Pontiac G8. The new SS picks up where the G8 left off, and we're jazzed about the reappearance of a rear-wheel-drive performance sedan from Chevrolet. Sadly, there will be no manual transmission for folks like us; a six-speed automatic will be matched with the LS3 V-8 engine that we know so well from the C6 Corvette. The Chevrolet SS starts at a pricey $44,470, but that price includes standard luxury features such as a Bose audio system, Chevy's MyLink, leather-trimmed seats, and even automatic parking assist -- a first for the brand. The SS goes up against the brutish SRT versions of the Dodge Charger and the Chrysler 300 in terms of tire-shredding ability, although its nondescript style doesn't quite match the Mopar twins in terms of muscle-car swagger. - JC
WHY WE CARE
There's a Corvette V-8 in a sedan that's the size of a BMW 5-series. What's not to love?
On Sale: Late 2013
Price: $44,470
Engine: 6.2L V-8, 415 hp, 415 lb-ft
Chevrolet Corvette Stingray Convertible
It all started with a convertible. When the Corvette C1 was introduced in 1953, it was available only as a roadster; an optional hard top wasn't even offered until 1956. With the Corvette's five subsequent generations, a convertible was a key part of the car's identity, so it's no surprise that the plan for the new Corvette Stingray included a convertible from the get-go. Chevy says the Corvette's aluminum construction needs no reinforcement to compensate for removing the roof, so the Stingray convertible shouldn't carry much extra weight compared with the coupe. We expect world-beating performance from the direct-injected, 6.2-liter pushrod V-8, which sends 455 hp through a seven-speed manual transmission or a six-speed automatic. You can drop the top on this Corvette convertible at speeds up to 30 mph, so you'll not only be able to show off the upgraded interior decked out with leather and aluminum, but also have the chance to get a wind-in-the-hair experience like never before. - JC
WHY WE CARE
It's the new Corvette. Duh.
On Sale: Late 2013
Price: $56,995
Engine: 6.2L V-8, 455 hp, 460 lb-ft
Acura MDX
A sport-utility vehicle so good, it's just a car.
The 2014 MDX is the real flagship of the Acura line. The MDX's new look catches your eye, and it drives with reassuring composure thanks to a stretched wheelbase and great suspension tuning. The all-wheel-drive 3.5-liter V-6 model gets 18/27 mpg city/highway, while the suite of active safety features makes you feel good about packing the family inside. There's actually no more room inside than before, yet it feels more pleasant and has load of convenience and entertainment features. - Michael Jordan
WHY WE CARE
More efficiency, more safety, and more style express Acura's smart way of doing things.
On Sale: Now
Price: $43,185-$57,400
Engine: 3.5L V-6, 290 hp, 267 lb-ft
Acura RLX
Replacing the forlorn RL, the 2014 Acura RLX mixes stealthy exterior styling with a luxurious interior and a plethora of standard and optional techno-features. Look past its alien-eye LED headlamps and familiar Acura nose and you'll see a bigger, more stately Honda Accord. The wheelbase is two inches longer than the RL's, resulting in a more comfortable back seat. "Precision All-Wheel Steer" is the new RLX's headline technology, and it's designed to deliver a more neutral handling balance in corners. A bigger story is actually the active safety features like adaptive cruise control and anti-lane-departure measures, which produce a hint of autonomous driving. The more energetic, all-wheel-drive, 370-hp RLX Sport Hybrid SH-AWD arrives in December. - Todd Lassa
WHY WE CARE
The RLX hybrid will preview the powertrain of the NSX (on sale in 2015), although the long-awaited sports car will have more power.
On Sale: Now/December (RLX/hybrid)
Price: $49,345-$65,000 (est.)
Engines: 3.5L V-6, 310 hp, 272 lb-ft; 3.5L V-6/electric hybrid, 370 hp (net)
Aston Martin Vanquish Volante
Aston Martin has been struggling lately, but now that Mercedes-Benz has bought five percent of the company and will supply Aston with platforms and engines, the outlook is brighter for the British carmaker. The 2014 Vanquish Volante is a convertible variant of the Vanquish coupe, which replaced the DBS and is now the company's flagship. With a carbon-fiber body and a terminal velocity of 183 mph, the Volante isn't your average ragtop. Even so, the cloth top emerges from beneath a hard tonneau cover and snugs into place within fourteen seconds, which might be the sort of convertible performance you expect. The second-generation V-12, which now feels more alive with its 565 hp, is easy to love, and a six-speed automatic makes the engine easy to live with. - TL
WHY WE CARE
The all-wheel-drive R8 is incredibly easy to drive, which is partly why it sells in a way that Aston Martin, Mercedes-Benz, and McLaren envy.
On Sale: Now
Price: $300,820
Engine: 5.9L V-12, 565 hp, 457 lb-ft
2014 Acura MDX Front Left Side View
Audi RS7
Prodigious power meets slinky styling.
Subtle styling cues belie the serious performance boost offered by the 2014 Audi RS7. Yes, the svelte sedan looks only a touch different from the S7, but it has an athletic and even angry nature. Although Mercedes-Benz and BMW have played longer in this segment of stylish supersedans, Audi's entry is formidable, offering a distinctive driving character and a fresher proposition for well-heeled enthusiasts.
The 4.0-liter twin-turbo V-8 is clearly the star of the RS7, delivering 560 hp and 516 lb-ft of torque. Paired with Audi's eight-speed Tiptronic automatic, the V-8 enables this all-wheel-drive car to sprint to 60 mph in 3.7 seconds en route to a top speed of 174 mph. Despite the prodigious power, there's no gas-guzzler tax, as EPA fuel-economy ratings come in at 16 mpg in city driving and 27 mpg on the highway, helped by a cylinder-deactivation feature that can shut down four of the eight cylinders.
As we drove the RS7 through the Black Forest in Germany on dramatic, winding roads, the car showed its stuff. The steering is a touch light on-center, as with most luxury cars, but there's little body roll through corners. The RS7 handles well for such a beefy sedan -- even better than we expected. The initial run of cars sold in the United States will come equipped with air suspensions, which will enhance comfort, while the more performance-oriented Dynamic Ride Control setup will be available soon after.
The Audi RS7 is a paradox in practicality. It has a cavernous hatch with room for nearly anything you could acquire during a run to a big-box store, yet it seats only four. Then again, cars with six-figure stickers are about performance and luxury, which this Audi achieves spectacularly. - Greg Migliore
WHY WE CARE
Powerful, sporty, and yet elegant, the RS7 perfectly expresses Audi's DNA. Mercedes and BMW should be nervous.
On Sale: Now
Price: $105,795
Engine: 4.0L twin-turbo V-8, 560 hp, 516 lb-ft
Audi R8
Since there's so much supercar news from elsewhere, it's no surprise that the 2014 Audi R8 has also been freshened, as you'll notice from the slightly reshaped grille, the LED headlights, and badge proliferation outside and in. More important, the most drivable supercar in the world gets even more drivable thanks to a new Audi-designed, seven-speed dual-clutch automatic gearbox that Audi engineers say will shift faster and better than Porsche's PDK transmission. The V10 Plus model, the new centerpiece of the R8 line, has a 550-hp engine, firmer suspension, weight-saving carbon-fiber appendages, and carbon-ceramic brakes. - MJ
WHY WE CARE
The all-wheel-drive R8 is incredibly easy to drive, which is partly why it sells in a way that Aston Martin, Mercedes-Benz, and McLaren envy.
On Sale: Now
Price: $119,150-$182,595
Engines: 4.2L V-8, 430 hp, 317 lb-ft; 5.2L V-10, 525/550 hp, 391/398 lb-ft
Audi TDIs
Aston Martin has been struggling lately, but now that Mercedes-Benz has bought five percent of the company and will supply Aston with platforms and engines, the outlook is brighter for the British carmaker. The 2014 Vanquish Volante is a convertible variant of the Vanquish coupe, which replaced the DBS and is now the company’s flagship. With a carbon-fiber body and a terminal velocity of 183 mph, the Volante isn’t your average ragtop. Even so, the cloth top emerges from beneath a hard tonneau cover and snugs into place within fourteen seconds, which might be the sort of convertible performance you expect. The second-generation V-12, which now feels more alive with its 565 hp, is easy to love, and a six-speed automatic makes the engine easy to live with. - Todd Lassa
WHY WE CARE
Bond usually stuck with coupes and usually so do we, but you won’t see yourself coming and going in a 183-mph convertible.
On Sale: Now
Price: $300,820
Engine: 5.9L V-12, 565 hp, 457 lb-ft
BMW X5
New, but little changed.
You can't tell just by looking, but this is the new, third-generation BMW X5. In its last iteration, what was once the original sporty SUV embraced family values instead. For 2014, the X5 now lets you choose the exact degree of sportiness you want. Dynamic Performance Control? Dynamic Handling Package? Dynamic Damper Control? M Sport? Adaptive M Suspension? Active Steering? All are on the list of options. Sadly, the ultrasporty X5 M is gone for the time being. Even so, the X5 35i with its 3.0-liter turbo six-cylinder is available with rear-wheel drive (a first for the X5), which also knocks $2300 off the price. (That's still $5000 more than the cheapest version of the previous X5 35i.) The twin-turbo V-8 in the X5 50i is more potent by 45 hp and 30 lb-ft, and the 3.0-liter turbo-diesel in the X5 35d is more frugal. - Joe Lorio
WHY WE CARE
The X5 appears to be marking time with this redesign, but its dynamics have always impressed us, so we're hoping for the best.
On Sale: Now (35i, 50i); early 2014 (35d)
Price: $53,725-$69,125
Engines: 3.0L turbo-diesel I-6, 255 hp, 413 lb-ft; 3.0L turbo I-6, 300 hp, 300 lb-ft; 4.4L twin-turbo V-8, 445 hp, 480 lb-ft
BMW i3/BMW i8
BMW's high-profile push into electric mobility finally comes to fruition in 2014 with the i3 and the i8. The i3 EV (a range-extending two-cylinder engine is optional) is a city car that's smaller than the BMW 1-series. The four-seater's innovative packaging stashes the batteries under the floor and locates the motor in the back, where it drives the rear wheels. A carbon-fiber and aluminum body structure keeps weight down to 2700 pounds, and the range in EV mode is 80 to 100 miles. If the BMW i3 is like a Chevy Volt, then the i8 is a green-tech flagship like the Tesla Model S, although the i8, with its two-plus-two-passenger package, is actually a hybrid, not an EV. It does, however, deliver lots of carbon-fiber construction in a sexy, fashion-forward shape. - JL
WHY WE CARE
BMW's attempt to make green cars sexy is one of the most intriguing efforts in the car industry.
On Sale: mid-2014
Price: $42,275 (i3); $150,000 (i8, est.)
Powertrains: synchronous ac motor, 170 hp, 184 lb-ft, optional 34-hp, 0.7L I-2, (i3); 1.5L I-3/electric hybrid, 200+ hp (i8)
2014 BMW 3 Series Diesel Sedan Front Left Side View
BMW 3-series (BMW 3-Series Diesel sedan/BMW 3-Series Gran Turismo)
A turbo-diesel wagon highlights the expansion of the 3-series lineup.
The first BMW 3-series with a four-cylinder diesel engine arrives for 2014. Whereas the previous 335d's six-cylinder diesel delivered walloping torque, the new 328d is meant to deliver walloping mileage (as much as 32/45 mpg city/highway). Best news? The 328d is available not only as a sedan with two-wheel drive (sDrive) or all-wheel drive (xDrive), but as a wagon. The wagon also can be had as a 328i; all wagons are xDrive. Worst news? As feared, the BMW 3-series Gran Turismo arrives to challenge our belief in the purity of the 3-series concept. - Joe Lorio
WHY WE CARE
Because Americans won't embrace diesels unless they offer eye-popping fuel economy.
On Sale: Now
Price: $39,525-$47,775
Engines: 2.0L turbo-diesel I-4, 180 hp, 280 lb-ft; 2.0L turbo I-4, 240/241 hp, 255/258 lb-ft; 3.0L turbo I-6, 300 hp, 300 lb-ft
Bentley Flying Spur
The car formerly known as the Bentley Continental Flying Spur eases into a more relaxed but still platinum-plated lifestyle with a softer suspension and a more luxurious rear seat, the better to cater to the chauffeur-driven plutocrats of China, the workingman's paradise. The powertrain's intensity is undiminished, featuring 616 hp and 590 lb-ft from Bentley's unique W-12. The styling is also sharper, the better to make an impression worthy of a car priced in the U.S. at $205,825. - JL
WHY WE CARE
Bentley has worked to ensure the new Flying Spur has a prestige advantage over ambitious competitors like the new Mercedes-Benz S-class.
On Sale: Now
Price: $205,825
Engine: 6.0L twin-turbo W-12, 616 hp, 590 lb-ft
Cadillac CTS
Measuring up to its competition.
The Cadillac CTS is all-new for 2014 yet is evolving its extroverted Art & Science design aesthetic, the reserved Bauhaus look of the German competition be damned. The longer, lower, and lighter CTS finally measures up to the size of the Audi A6, BMW 5-series, and Mercedes-Benz E-class. The wheelbase is 1.2 inches longer, and the car has grown 5.0 inches in length. Both headroom and legroom are exceptional, the equal of the German brands. The base powerplant is a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder, and it's expected to be the volume engine. A more powerful 3.6-liter V-6 is available, and wily buyers can opt for the 420-hp, 3.6-liter twin-turbo V-6 that's in the new CTS Vsport. (A real V-8-powered CTS-V is probably a year away.) An eight-speed automatic comes with rear-wheel-drive V-6 models. Rear- and all-wheel drive are part of the CTS program, although the Vsport is rear-wheel drive only. - Todd Lassa
WHY WE CARE
Cadillac engineers have always been as good as BMW's, and now the CTS will try to prove it.
On Sale: Now
Price: $46,025-$59,995
Engines: 2.0L turbo I-4, 272 hp, 295 lb-ft; 3.6L V-6, 321 hp, 275 lb-ft; 3.6L twin-turbo V-6, 420 hp, 430 lb-ft
Cadillac ELR
The ELR is a Cadillac makeover of the Chevrolet Volt, except that the ELR's electric-drive motor and supplemental 1.4-liter gasoline engine put out more horsepower and torque in order to compensate for the Cadillac's extra weight. By digging deeper into the lithium-ion battery pack's charge, the ELR should also eke out 35 miles of EV range, which is nearly as far as the lighter Chevy's. Larger twenty-inch wheels, active suspension dampening, and extra underbody bracing should improve handling. - David Zenlea
WHY WE CARE
Think of the Cadillac ELR as a Chevy Volt you won't mind being seen in.
On Sale: Early 2014
Price: $65,000 (est.)
Powertrain: 1.4L I-4/plug-in electric, 207 hp (net)
2014 Cadillac ELR And Cadillac CTS
Dodge Dart GT
The Dodge Dart is a reasonably well-equipped compact sedan, but the Dart GT hits the sweet spot. Perched above the Dart Limited, the GT adds sport steering and suspension, as well as aesthetic upgrades like a blacked-out grille and smoked headlights. Interior niceties include soft-touch everything, napa leather seats, a heated steering wheel, and heated front seats. The GT also celebrates the appearance of the 2.4-liter in-line four (newly standard in the SXT and the Limited), a refined engine that's matched to a six-speed manual or automatic transmission. Ordinary no more, the Dart GT has the right formula. - Donny Nordlicht
WHY WE CARE
The Dart has been transformed by its new 2.4-liter engine, blending sporty and posh. (Spice Girls not included.)
On Sale: Now
Price: $21,990
Engine: 2.4L I-4, 184 hp, 171 lb-ft
Ferrari LaFerrari
A more elegant supercar.
LaFerrari was the unmitigated hit of the 2013 Geneva auto show, where other debuts included the Lamborghini Veneno, the Rolls-Royce Wraith, and the McLaren P1. We think it's far more elegant than past Ferrari supercars like the F40, the F50, and the Enzo. Like the McLaren P1 and the Porsche 918 Spyder, LaFerrari has a hybrid powertrain that features a version of the Ferrari Formula 1 cars' KERS system. The bottom line is a 789-hp V-12 supplemented by two electric motors that together develop 161 hp. This carbon-fiber car gets to 60 mph in less than three seconds and will breech 215 mph. But even if you're able to spend more than $1 million, you're too late, since all 499 examples have been presold. - TL
WHY WE CARE
If you have to ask, you won't understand why $500 million worth of LaFerrari was sold out when the car was unveiled in March.
On Sale: You're already too late
Price: $1,000,000+
Engine: 6.3L V-12/electric hybrid, 950 hp, 664 lb-ft
Ferrari F12 Berlinetta
In case you missed out on LaFerrari, the brand's F12 Berlinetta also takes about three seconds to reach 60 mph. This front-engine coupe features LaFerrari's 6.3-liter V-12 under its hood, "dialed back" to just 731 hp and 509 lb-ft. A seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transaxle sends the power to the rear wheels, but there's no hybrid assist here. Although the Aero Bridge scoops in the front fenders are controversial, the BMW 4-series has a similar feature. The F12 also has magnetorheological dampers, a technology that got its automotive start in Corvettes and porky Cadillacs. We've called this livable GT "the most fun Ferrari in years," which is no small compliment. - TL
WHY WE CARE
The F12 Berlinetta is quicker than the mid-engine Ferrari Enzo, yet you can drive it to the office every day (so we're told).
On Sale: Now
Price: $323,338
Engine: 6.3L V-12, 731 hp, 509 lb-ft
Chevrolet Spark EV
What car has four doors, burns no fuel, and has almost as much torque on tap as a Camaro SS? That'd be the Spark EV, the only pure-electric car in GM's portfolio. A 140-hp electric motor packs enough oomph to let the Spark sprint to 60 mph in 7.6 seconds. A lithium-ion battery pack provides up to 82 miles of range, and a DC fast-charge function gives an 80 percent recharge in twenty minutes. The Spark EV is lithe and fun to toss about, but it's available only in California and Oregon. - Evan McCausland
WHY WE CARE
It's a frisky, fun hatchback with tons of electric torque. Pity it isn't available coast-to-coast.
On Sale: Now
Price: $27,495–$27,820
Motor: permanent-magnet, 140 hp, 400 lb-ft
2014 Chevrolet Spark EV Front Left Side View
Chevrolet Cruze Diesel
It's easy to love diesels. Sure, they might emphasize hybrid-style fuel economy, but diesels are actually fun to drive. Diesels have a European flair since they're so popular on the Continent. Save for baseball and apple pie, little is more American than the Chevrolet bow tie. When compared with the Volkswagen Jetta TDI, the 2014 Cruze Diesel has an upscale interior, drives with quicker reflexes, and has a higher highway-mileage rating. With its Chevy badge on the grille, this Cruze might finally help mainstream Americans fall in love with diesel, just like we already have. - Donny Nordlicht
WHY WE CARE
It's a diesel-powered compact sedan from America that beats the Germans at their own game.
On Sale: Now
Price: $25,695
Engine: 2.0l turbo-diesel I-4, 151 hp, 264 lb-ft
Chevrolet Silverado
The 2014 Silverado doesn't break new ground with revolutionary suspension designs or turbocharged powertrains. Instead, GM has focused on infusing an already sturdy truck with the refinement it sorely lacked. The cab is whisper quiet, while the interior -- especially on LTZ and High Country models -- is nicely trimmed. Cylinder deactivation and direct fuel injection improve mileage for all engines, even the base V-6. A bumper step, handgrips, and bed-rail LED lighting add utility to the ol' pickup bed. All this makes for a contemporary truck but not a clear class leader. - EM
WHY WE CARE
No game changer, but a significantly enhanced truck that will continue to play a big part in shaping GM's financial bottom line.
On Sale: Now
Price: $25.000–$55,000 (est.)
Engines: 4.3L V-6, 285 hp, 305 lb-ft; 5.3L V-8, 355 hp, 383 lb-ft; 6.2L V-8, 420 hp, 450 lb-ft
Ford Fiesta ST
Turbocharged fun in a snazzy package.
If the Ford Focus ST is a break-dancing street artist, the pocket-size Fiesta ST hatchback is an aerial performer from Cirque du Soleil, a lithe, willing partner for performance driving. Its punchy engine and boy-racer styling set the scene for performance fun, but it's the chassis' agile handling and tenacious grip that keep us calling for an encore. A firm ride from stiff springs and low-profile tires is the only letdown. Even more so than the Focus ST, the Fiesta ST proves that Ford knows how to build a sporty hatchback that rivals the Volkswagen GTI. Plus, buyers get a free day of driving school. - Jake Holmes
WHY WE CARE
The Sport Technologies model of the Fiesta embodies all the reasons we love hot hatchbacks.
On Sale: Now
Price: $22,195
Engine: 1.6L turbo I-4, 197 hp, 202 lb-ft
Ford Fiesta 1.0
Ford has already proved that buyers are willing to pay extra for its smaller, more fuel-efficient EcoBoost engines, and now the company is betting that customers will go for a tiny three-cylinder in exchange for lower fuel costs. The 2014 Ford Fiesta 1.0's innovative direct-injected engine, available only with a manual transmission, is expected to return highway fuel mpg well into the 40s. (The standard Fiesta hits 41 mpg only with the Super Fuel Economy option.) And, like all Fiestas, it will look and drive better than most other subcompacts. -
WHY WE CARE
This well-appointed subcompact will boast hybridlike fuel economy without a costly battery pack and electric motor.
On Sale:Late 2013
Price: $17,500 (est.)
Engine: 1.0L turbo I-3, 123 hp, 148 lb-ft
2014 Ford F 150 Tremor Front Right View
Ford Transit Connect
With the first Ford Transit Connect, the folks in Dearborn delivered a right-size truck for businesses in need of a compact cargo van. Even so, the passenger version left much to be desired in terms of fit, finish, comfort, and performance. The 2014 Transit Connect has been restocked with more powerful engines and smart styling cribbed from the Focus. A new long-wheelbase, seven-passenger version could serve as a credible minivan alternative thanks to its sliding doors. It's still a foot or so shorter than mainstream vans such as the Honda Odyssey, but upgrades like a panoramic sunroof and a 30-mgp EPA highway rating could tempt some family-car shoppers. - JH
WHY WE CARE
The passenger version of this small cargo van is now actually suitable for human occupants.
On Sale: Early 2014
Price: $24,000-$33,000 (est.)
Engines: 1.6L turbo I-4, 178 hp, 184 lb-ft; 2.5L I-4 175 hp, 170 lb-ft (est.)
Ford F-150 Tremor
It won't shake our hearts the way the old SVT Lightning did, but the F-150 Tremor is a worthy on-road foil to the SVT Raptor in Ford's stable of high-performance trucks. The regular-cab pickup is loaded with black twenty-inch wheels, red-piped black leather seats, a sporty 4.10:1 final-drive ratio, and a gutsy EcoBoost V-6. Cue the jokes about hauling both cargo and ass, but beware that there are no brake or suspension upgrades compared with a normal F-150. Oh, and it's available with rear-wheel drive for maximum burnout potential. - JH
WHY WE CARE
Go-fast pickup trucks are few and far between, and this one should be a blast, even with a V-6.
On Sale: Late 2013
Price: $35,000 (est.)
Engine: 3.5L twin-turbo V-6, 365 hp, 420 lb-ft
Honda Accord Plug-In
The Honda Accord is the best all-around sedan in the mainstream mid-size category -- so trim, so comfortable, so good to drive. With this plug-in hybrid, which can travel about thirteen miles on electric power alone, Honda hopes to burnish a somewhat faded reputation for leadership in environmentally conscious vehicle engineering. Honda has fallen behind in the green market, but this hybrid could prove to be more practical than the Chevrolet Volt, the Ford Fusion Energi, and the Toyota Prius Plug-In. The 2014 Accord Plug-In is available only in New York and California. Only 1100 will be sold or leased over the next two years. - David Zenlea
WHY WE CARE
Electric cars aren't practical for most Americans, but a plug-in-hybrid version of our favorite mid-size sedan makes a lot of sense.
On Sale: Now
Price: $40,570
Engine: 2.0L I-4/plug-in electric, 196 hp (net)
2014 Honda Accord Plug In Front Right Side View
Lexus IS
A sport sedan for the real world.
The 2014 Lexus IS has been on sale for several months, and it's already easy to take it for granted. Yet the IS has an elusive blend of qualities for a sport sedan, as it's luxurious and effortless but still fast and energetic. This sedan has been remade if not reimagined, and there's a more carefully tuned chassis with a stretched wheelbase to go with the 2.5-liter V-6 or the 3.5-liter V-6, both direct-injected. Pick the IS350 F Sport if you're looking for more panache, and you'll be happy that you won't have to sacrifice daily comfort to do so. - Michael Jordon
WHY WE CARE
When you're ready to get real about living with a sport sedan, the Lexus IS is waiting.
On Sale: Now
Price: $36,845–$46,125
Engines: 2.5L V-6, 204 hp, 185 lb-ft; 3.5L V-6, 306 hp, 277 lb-ft
Fiat 500L
Little big car.
2014 Fiat 500L 2014 Alfa Romeo 4C And 2014 Maserati Ghibli
Fiat has become a success in the United States. Its sales volume last year for the 500 series alone was two-thirds that of the entire Mini lineup. Fiat hopes to close the gap with a larger entry, the 2014 500L. The four-door will be priced about $3000 less than the smaller Mini Cooper Countryman. This Serbian-built, front-wheel-drive multipurpose vehicle has lots of interior space for its size. In Fiat fashion, trim levels ascend from Pop to Easy, Trekking (shown here), and Lounge. A 160-hp turbocharged four-cylinder provides the power, and buyers have a choice of a six-speed manual or a six-speed dual-clutch automatic. The 500L is no sportster, though, and it lacks the cuteness of the 500 hatchback. - Todd Lassa
WHY WE CARE
The 500L brings Italian flair to a small but growing segment bracketed by the Kia Soul and the Mini Countryman.
On Sale: Now
Price: $19,900-$24,995
Engine: 1.4L turbo I-4, 160 hp, 184 lb-ft
Maserati Ghibli
As we address the issue of Italian style versus German reliability, let us simply note that for people who believe in luxurious sport sedans with a genuine heart, the 2014 Maserati Ghibli is your car. If the Quattroporte is a more hotheaded BMW 7-series, then the new Ghibli is the spicier alternative to the Audi A7, the BMW 6-series Gran Coupe, and the Mercedes-Benz CLS. A key player in Maserati's plans to increase sales exponentially by 2015, the Ghibli comes with either rear- or all-wheel drive. Unlike its German competitors, it doesn't have many electric gizmos, but the hydraulic steering offers enthusiasts the right kind of feel. If some Chrysler-esque details don't turn you off, the driving experience will reward you. - TL
WHY WE CARE
Maserati adds a dash of brio to a segment in which the competitors are nearly perfect but also nearly alike.
On Sale: Now
Price: $66,850-$76,950
Engines: 3.0L twin-turbo V-6, 345/404 hp, 369/406 lb-ft
Alfa Romeo 4C
Italian icon returns at last.
Alfa Romeo plans to return to the United States this fall as the poor man's BMW with a line of rear-wheel-drive cars. The 2014 Alfa Romeo 4C arrives first, and it seems anything but cut-price to us, as this mid-engine car features a carbon-fiber monocoque. It will be a low-volume seller designed to bring prestige to the brand, with just 3500 units available annually worldwide. The 4C's expected base price of about $55,000 is a bargain considering the design and materials. Alfa promises 60-mph sprints in less than 4.5 seconds and also claims lateral grip of 1.0 g on the skid pad. So far, the 4C sounds like a swarthy, Latin alternative to the Porsche Cayman; a convertible version will follow next spring to battle the Boxster. - TL
WHY WE CARE
After years of talking about it, Alfa Romeo really returns to the U.S.
On Sale: Late 2013
Price: $55,000 (est.)
Engine: 1.8L turbo I-4, 240 hp, 258 lb-ft
Jaguar F-Type
Striving for icon status.
2014 Jaguar F Type And 2014 Land Rover Range Rover Sport
Some think of the 2014 Jaguar F-type as the successor to Jaguar's iconic E-type, which Enzo Ferrari is said to have called "the most beautiful car in the world." We bet Enzo would have similar praise for the gorgeous new F-type. Ian Callum orchestrated the car's design, and it is undeniably beautiful, with muscular proportions, sultry rear quarters, and a stubby rear deck like classic British roadsters. Don't mistake the F-type for a lightweight plaything, though. It's a serious sports car set to rival the legendary Porsche 911. Every version of the F-type -- standard car, S, and V8 S -- packs a serious punch, moves with fluid ease, and makes a joyfully distinctive noise replete with snap, crackle, and pop, whether you pick the V-6 or the V-8. A coupe version of the F-type should make an appearance sometime in 2014. - Joseph Capparella
WHY WE CARE
It's not only the first Jaguar sports car in decades but also one of the most beautiful cars in recent memory.
On Sale: Now
Price: $69,895-$92,895
Engines: 3.0L super-charged V-6, 340/380 hp, 332/339 lb-ft; 5.0L supercharged V-8, 495 hp, 460 lb-ft
Range Rover Sport
Fit and fabulous.
Like the recently introduced Range Rover, the 2014 Land Rover Range Rover Sport emerges fit and toned from weight-loss boot camp. Even more so than its sibling, the Sport has been transformed dynamically, and it finally lives up to its moniker. The supercharged V-6 is capable, and a supercharged V-8 is the big personality option. Both engines match up with an eight-speed automatic transmission and (naturally) all-wheel drive. The chassis of the V-8 model has adaptive dampers to control body roll and torque vectoring to improve steering response, so the Sport is now better to drive fast. Off-road enthusiasts (hello? anyone?) should know that the street-wise Sport can be a capable mud-crawler, now able to drive through 33.5 inches of water. An optional third-row seat adds more passenger capacity, but you won't want the kids spilling any juice boxes in this high-style interior. - Joe Lorio
WHY WE CARE
With the preternatural cool of its bigger brother and a (relatively) attainable price tag, the athletic Sport is poised for bigger sales.
On Sale: Now
Price: $63,495-$79,995
Engines: 3.0L supercharged V-6, 340 hp, 332 lb-ft; 5.0L supercharged V-8, 510 hp, 461 lb-ft
Kia Soul
Remarkably resilient.
S Block-shaped cars are dying. The Nissan Cube sells dismally, the Scion xB looks like it's for old people, and the Honda Element has disappeared entirely. Fortunately, the Kia Soul has enough mojo to carry the segment, as it outsells the xB by six to one. This year's all-new Soul is based on a bigger platform and looks like the 2012 Track'ster concept car. The Soul has more legroom front and rear plus better insulation from road noise. Add engines with tractable, low-rpm power, and you've got a new standard in youthful geometric transportation. - Christopher Nelson
WHY WE CARE
While boredom has afflicted the cube car elsewhere, Kia proves it still has soul.
On Sale: Late 2013
Price: $15,500-$21,000 (est.)
Engines: 1.6L I-4, 130 hp, 118 lb-ft; 2.0L I-4, 164 hp, 151 lb-ft
2014 Kia Cadenza Front Left Side View
Kia Cadenza
The Kia Cadenza measures more than sixteen feet in length, has a rear seat with lots of legroom, and possesses a trunk that swallows many golf clubs. It has a hearty V-6 engine and a suspension tuned for luxury instead of sport, and it makes a statement of simple style instead of overheated brand identity. Elegance is the watchword here, and the Cadenza succeeds in a way that the Hyundai Azera and even the Toyota Avalon do not. At last, Kia is not just for kids. - CN
WHY WE CARE
Kia's first truly mature vehicle is a well-rounded sedan with a taste of American-style luxury.
On Sale: Now
Price: $35,900
Engine: 3.3L V-6, 293 hp, 255 lb-ft
Kia Sorento
ver the years, the Kia Sorento has morphed along with its market segment, evolving from a tough SUV like the original Jeep Cherokee into a fully equipped rival of the Jeep Grand Cherokee and finally into a typical crossover. The 2014 Sorento is now based on the new Hyundai Santa Fe Sport, and it shows the same nicely balanced manners but with a sportier mission. However, the Kia's optional third-row seat is a lot to accommodate in the short version of the Santa Fe platform, so it's definitely for only the very short, very flexible, and very young. - CN
WHY WE CARE
The last Sorento was a leap forward. The new model is more of a step than a second leap, but it's moving in the right direction.
On Sale: Now
Price: $24,950-$40,950
Engines: 2.4L I-4, 191 hp, 181 lb-ft; 3.3L V-6, 290 hp, 252 lb-ft
McLaren P1
A legend in the making.
If the McLaren MP4-12C just doesn’t get you close enough to the high-tech spirit of the McLaren F1 team, then you want the McLaren P1. Like the Ferrari LaFerrari and the Porsche 918 Spyder (and even a McLaren Formula 1 car), the P1 has a hybrid powertrain. The twin-turbocharged V-8 with an electric motor assistant will get the car to 60 mph in less than three seconds; if you go slow, it’ll cruise up to six miles as an EV. A recharge takes two hours. We like the F1-style rear wing, which can deploy twelve inches above the deck to produce more than 1300 pounds of downforce. McLaren says it’ll build 375 P1s and sell half of them in the United States. Most important, this track-day special with its carbon-fiber chassis tub and bodywork is meant to be a halo for its next sports car, to be priced like a Porsche 911 Turbo. - Todd Lassa
WHY WE CARE
The 1992-1998 McLaren F1 is the most legendary supercar that is not a Ferrari. Can McLaren do it again?
On Sale: Now
Price: $1,150,000
Engine: 3.8L twin-turbo V-8/electric hybrid, 903 hp, 664 lb-ft
2014 McLaren P1 Front Right View
Mitsubishi Mirage
With the latest small cars from Detroit on one side and low-priced cars from Korea on the other, Mitsubishi will try to elbow its way back into a stronger position in the American market with the 2014 Mirage. We’ll see if this small car can make the big statement of quality that will be necessary. Smaller than a Ford Fiesta, the four-door Mirage hatchback carries a 1.2-liter three-cylinder engine that is expected to yield 37/44 mpg city/highway, which would make it the most fuel-efficient nonhybrid gasoline car in America. Sounds like a great city car, but we’ll see if it suits American cities. - Michael Jordan
WHY WE CARE
This gas miser is the car of the future, but can Mitsubishi wait long enough for Americans to catch on?
On Sale: Late 2013
Price: $13,200 (est.)
Engine: 1.2L I-3, 74 hp, 74 lb-ft
Nissan Versa Note
You might think of this car as simply generic transportation, but Nissan seems to have found a winning recipe with its budget-minded yet strong-selling Versa. With just a few different ingredients, the Versa Note hatchback hopes to reinforce the Versa sedan’s success by delivering a surprisingly spacious interior as well as low cost and high fuel economy. The rear seat is huge, even if cargo capacity doesn't match up to the class-leading Honda Fit. Less exciting is the noisy combination of four-cylinder engine and CVT, but it does deliver excellent EPA fuel efficiency of 31/40 mpg city/highway. - Joseph Capparella
WHY WE CARE
It’s likely to be a big hit for Nissan, since Versa buyers have preferred the hatchback over the sedan in the past.
On Sale: Now
Price: $14,780-$16,780
Engine: 1.6L I-4, 109 hp, 107 lb-ft
Mercedes-Benz S-Class
So fast and luxurious, all it needs now is a flight attendant.
With the 2014 model, the Mercedes-Benz S-class has been renewed as a full-size luxury liner, and it seems more like itself than it has been for some time. An elegant shape that tapers to a long, low tail not only delivers a sleek aerodynamic Cd of 0.24 but also helps balance the high hood required by pedestrian-safety standards in Europe. Diamond-stitched leather upholstery can be yours in a luxurious interior, although it’s hard to make the two huge TFT screens in the dash look great. You’ll be intrigued by the active safety features, which place the S-class at the leading edge of autonomous driving, no matter what Google says. - Michael Jordan
WHY WE CARE
The undisputed leader of its segment, the S-class always points the way to the future.
On Sale: Now/November (S550/4matic, S63)
Price: $94,000-$140,000 (est.)
Engines: 4.7L twin-turbo V-8, 455 hp, 516 lb-ft; 5.5L twin-turbo V-8, 577 hp, 664 lb-ft
2014 Mercedes Benz S Class And CLA Class
Mercedes-Benz E-Class
Tacitly acknowledging that the Mercedes-Benz E-class has been stylistically challenged lately, Benz designers have reskinned the car at the midpoint in its life cycle, smoothing the rear fenders and cleaning up the fussy front end. Meanwhile, driver-assistance features proliferate, including radar cruise control with steering assist, aided by the new stereo cameras near the rearview mirror. The E-class can assume the guise of mpg champ in the E250 with its abstemious four-cylinder diesel, or it can become an mph champ in the E63 AMG 4Matic with its stonking, 577-hp, 5.5-liter twin-turbo V-8. A wide range of powertrain choices supplies everything in between. - Joe Lorio
WHY WE CARE
The breadth of the E-class range reflects the scope of the brand’s lineup, but each car still feels like a Mercedes.
On Sale: Now
Price: $52,825-$103,295
Engines: 2.1L turbo-diesel I-4, 195 hp, 369 lb-ft; 3.5L V-6, 302 hp, 273 lb-ft; 3.5L V-6/electric hybrid, 302+27 hp, 273+184 lb-ft (gas+electric); 4.7L twin-turbo V-8, 402 hp, 443 lb-ft; 5.5L twin-turbo V-8, 550/577 hp, 531/590 lb-ft
Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class
The people’s luxury car.
Lest you think Mercedes-Benz is dancing with disaster with a front-wheel-drive compact car, let us remind you that BMW is planning the same for itself. Front-wheel drive is less costly to manufacture and helps bridge the price gap to the commodity brands now reaching up into luxury territory. That’s why Mercedes has undercut its C-class with this very stylish four-door that looks like a baby CLS. The turbo four-cylinder engine in the CLA250 is a bit unrefined for the brand, and there is some wind, tire, and road noise. Nevertheless, those who yearn for the three-pointed star can take a CLA away from the dealership for less than $35K. Drivers will need to ante up fifty large for the all-wheel-drive CLA45 AMG, in which AMG dials up the boost of the car’s 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder until it becomes a rocket booster strapped to this otherwise serene, stolid compact. - Todd Lassa
WHY WE CARE
The CLA seeks to succeed where the old C-class hatch failed.
On Sale: Now/November (CLA250/CLA45)
Price: $30,825–$48,375
Engines: 2.0L turbo I-4, 208 hp, 258 lb-ft; 2.0L turbo I-4, 355 hp, 332 lb-ft
Porsche 911 GT3
Sure, we hate that the 2014 Porsche 911 GT3 doesn't have a manual transmission, but that doesn't mean this 475-hp monster is going soft. Porsche wanted a faster GT3 and saw the old clutch pedal as an impediment to this pursuit. Indeed, the latest GT3 with its seven-speed PDK dual-clutch automatic achieves a whole new level of performance, attacking the track with supercar gusto and seamlessly integrating technologies such as four-wheel steering. What remains to be seen is whether the new GT3 feels as special as its predecessor while loping along an American highway. - David Zenlea
WHY WE CARE
The GT3 has become the 911 that separates the enthusiasts from the profilers; is it still the high-performance car that we can believe in?
On Sale: November
Price: $131,350
Engine: 3.8L flat-6, 475 hp, 324 lb-ft
Porsche Cayman
This is a damn near perfect sports car, not to mention a decent luxury car. Thanks to more distinctive styling and a luxurious interior, the 2014 Cayman steps out of the shadow of not only the Boxster from which it is derived but also the legendary 911. The Cayman still drives with the precision of a track-day toy, and now it also pampers passengers and titillates onlookers. Option prices can add up quickly, which means that a Cayman S can easily cost more than a base 911. Then again, a well-equipped Cayman S is a better car than a base 911. - DZ
WHY WE CARE
When driving matters most, the Porsche Cayman is the best.
On Sale: Now
Price: $53,550-$64,750
Engines: 2.7L flat-6, 275 hp, 213 lb-ft; 3.4L flat-6, 325 hp, 273 lb-ft
2014 Porsche 911 GT3 Front Right View
Porsche Panamera
You may have missed it amid the flurry of newly released 911 models, but the 2014 Porsche Panamera has been updated. Long-wheelbase models join the lineup, as does the plug-in Panamera S E-Hybrid, which can travel up to twenty miles as an EV. Conventional S and 4S models also become more efficient (and more powerful), as a twin-turbo V-6 replaces the old V-8. Every Panamera wears (ever so slightly) massaged sheetmetal. Even so, this array of improvements, revised looks, impressive fuel economy, and notable back-seat comfort must rank pretty low on the list of reasons to buy a Panamera instead of a big BMW or Mercedes-Benz. Just like any Porsche, you buy it for the way it drives. - David Zenlea
WHY WE CARE
It's a German luxury sedan that accelerates and handles like a German sports car.
On Sale: Now
Price: $79,075-$162,075
Engines: 3.6L V-6, 310 hp, 295 lb-ft; 3.0L V-6/plug-in electric, 416 hp, 435 lb-ft; 3.0L twin-turbo V-6, 420 hp, 384 lb-ft; 4.8L V-8, 440 hp, 384 lb-ft; 4.8L twin-turbo V-8, 520 hp, 568 lb-ft
Porsche 911 Turbo
Since its inception, the 911 Turbo has been one of those cars that calibrates our sense of what feels fast and how fast feels. In the late 1970s, this meant 0 to 60 mph in less than six seconds and a constant fight to stay on course. The 2014 911 Turbo explodes to 60 mph in 2.9 seconds (with the optional Sport Chrono package), and the all-wheel-drive coupe asks the driver merely to hold on and enjoy the ride while sophisticated electronics execute a perfect getaway. - DZ
WHY WE CARE
It's a super Beetle that can squish your brain against the back of your skull.
On Sale: Late 2013
Price: $149,250-$182,050
Engine: 3.8L turbo flat-6, 520/560 hp, 487/516 lb-ft
Porsche 918 Spyder
The 2004 Porsche Carrera GT was from another time, a rear-wheel-drive supercar with a honking V-10 and a manual transmission. Porsche's latest supercar, the 918 Spyder, employs a hybrid powertrain, a dual-clutch automatic, and a sophisticated all-wheel-drive system. Some would call that progress. Even so, the key selling points haven't changed in the last decade. The 918 Spyder is fast as hell, looks like it belongs on a poster (especially when wearing that Martini paint scheme), and, at 918 units, will be extremely rare. - DZ
WHY WE CARE
It's ridiculously fast, high-tech, and expensive -- even by Porsche standards.
On Sale: Early 2014
Price: $845,000
Engine: 4.6L V-8/electric hybrid, 887 hp
Ram Heavy Duty
Believe it: revolution in heavy-duty trucks.
If you want a luxury car that has the ability to tow pretty much anything, you needn't look any further than the Ram Heavy Duty, which has an interior that rivals a German luxury sedan's and unsurpassed towing power. Ram trucks had already won the battle of the truck interiors with supple leather upholstery, matte-finish wood trim, and fast-acting, comprehensive infotainment. Now, Ram is claiming victory in the towing cold war: the 2014 Heavy Duty can pull up to 30,000 pounds, more than four times the Ram 3500 HD's curb weight. That is a ridiculous amount of stuff, whether it's towed with a fifth-wheel hookup or a gooseneck hitch. The HD's high-mounted camera helps you line up the hitch -- quite a party trick. It's only a matter of time, however, until Ford and General Motors strike back against the Ram HD's towing supremacy. - Donny Nordlicht
WHY WE CARE
It almost makes semis obsolete.
On Sale: Now
Price: $30,695-$58,180
Engines: 5.7L V-8, 383 hp, 400 lb-ft; 6.4L V-8, 410 hp, 429 lb-ft; 6.7L turbo-diesel I-6, 350/370/385 hp, 660/800/850 lb-ft
2014 Ram Heavy Duty Front Left Side View
Subaru Forester
The Subaru Forester might be the most vanilla offering in the generally boring stable of Subaru vehicles, but it's a highly functional all-wheel-drive crossover that will haul your family to a remote cabin as easily as it will shuttle them to the mall. We appreciate the combination of SUV-like ground clearance (8.7 inches) and carlike efficiency (up to 32 mpg on the highway) in the same five-passenger package. The Forester offers all the benefits of a sport-ute in a vehicle that's much easier to park. - Phil Floraday
WHY WE CARE
A fantastic way to transport kids or dogs (are they the same?) in any weather now has more cargo room and far better fuel economy.
On Sale: Now
Price: $22,820-$33,820
Engines: 2.0L turbo flat-4, 250 hp, 258 lb-ft; 2.5L flat-4, 170 hp, 174 lb-ft
Volvo V60
Finally, the wagon returns.
We were mortified when the Volvo V70 wagon was dropped from the American market. Heresy! What is Volvo without a station wagon? (And, no, the XC70 pseudo-crossover does not count.) Fortunately, the S60 platform has helped the Swedes get their mojo back. When the slippery S60 sedan debuted for 2011, however, the U.S. didn't get the equally sensuous V60 wagon. Now the 2014 refresh for the S60 will bring the vixen of the Volvo line stateside as the V60, which will wear the same angular rhinoplasty the S60 will have. (We don't love it, but we don't hate it, either.) In an era when crossovers come in all prices and sizes, the slinky station wagon still strikes us as the smarter, and better-driving, utility vehicle. Viva la Volvo wagon! (How do you say that in Swedish?) - Donny Nordlicht
WHY WE CARE
Hail the return of the Volvo wagon; still desirable, and now even more sensible.
On Sale: January 2014
Price: $33,000 (est.)
Engine: 2.0L turbo I-4, 200 hp, 200 lb-ft (est.)
2014 Volvo V60 Rear Left Side View
Toyota Corolla
The Prius has dominated Toyota's attention for some time, so it's no wonder that the Corolla doesn't command much of the marketplace's attention anymore. With the 2014 Corolla, we'll find out whether Toyota can rediscover its core values of quality, practicality, and affordability. A new package that stretches the car's wheelbase by 3.9 inches delivers more interior room, while better trim upgrades the cabin. Buyers can choose a 132-hp, 1.8-liter four-cylinder or a mileage-maximizing 140-hp, 1.8-liter four. Despite all-new sheetmetal, the Corolla still isn't stylish. - Michael Jordan
WHY WE CARE
The Corolla invented the Toyota culture that we know today; can it be a great car once again?
On Sale: Now
Price: $16,200-$20,500 (est.)
Engines: 1.8L I-4, 132/140 hp, 128/126 lb-ft
Toyota Tundra
Toyota hasn't quite captured lightning in a bottle with its Texas-built pickup, as this package, which is midway between full-size and tow-anything configuration, finds only about 100,000 owners every year, far behind the Detroit nameplates. The 2014 Tundra has an all-new look that seems to us to be strictly for rhinestone cowboys. The changes are really about interior comfort. Nevertheless, the hardware remains first-class. Now there are five different models, topped by the 1794 Edition that celebrates the settling of the property in San Antonio where the Tundra is built. - MJ
WHY WE CARE
Although Toyota once put a compact pickup in every driveway in America, it still struggles with the big-truck market.
On Sale: Now
Price: $25,500-$48,200 (est.)
Engines: 4.0L V-6, 270 hp, 278 lb-ft; 4.6L V-8, 310 hp, 327 lb-ft; 5.7L V-8, 381 hp,401 lb-ft

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