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Substantial changes are coming to the all-weather and fair-weather 6 Series models.


The car in these photos appears to be a high-riding version of the Panamera sedan.


Will it really get a Hellcat engine?

Everyone wants to know what's under the hood.


The redesign seems to dial back the semi-truck look of the current model.


This is basically BMW's unicorn, the oft-rumored three-row that's been frequently discussed but never seen.


It's what the car says, anyway.

Anyone remember when automakers actually tried to hide their new products?


Although it's toned-down from the Concept X2, the connection between the two is undeniable.


This prototype also reveals the the Cullinan, like other Rolls-Royces, will get rear-hinged doors.


That's a Buick?

Here it is, completely undisguised in sedan and wagon form. We like what we see.


Based on these photos, the car looks nearly ready for production.

It looks very much like the larger S-Class Coupe.


Rolls calls the Cullinan an "all-terrain, high-sided vehicle."

Big, imposing grille? Check. Aristocratic headlights? Check. Long, strong hood? Check. Cullinan is the Rolls-Royce of SUVs.


It shares a platform with upcoming Genesis G70.

Update: Kia announced earlier today that it will debut a new car at the 2017 North American International Auto Show, which we assume is the car seen here. You can visit Kia's microsite at www.thecurveahead.com. Quick and dirty details: Kia-World.net snagged a photo of a prototype Kia GT sedan without any camouflage. This confirms our suspicions from earlier spy photos that the styling will take cues from the Kia GT concept first seen way back in 2011. The new car is expected to be officially re


That bulge in the hood is likely concealing a big supercharger.

We expect the ZR1 to be the most powerful production vehicle ever from Chevrolet.


And those headlights are clearly inspired by the Mk IV Supra's.


Ford's smallest US model has been struggling in the face of cheap fuel.

It should arrive at dealers around the same time as the closely related EcoSport compact crossover.


It's sleeker than its predecessor, but still looks rather... unique.


Here's the teaser before it's unveiled November 21st.

It'll produce a megawatt of power, says NextEV.


At least judging by the emblem on the equipment.

Cadillac's Super Cruise looks like it's almost ready.

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