Before the Lexus LS, Toyota's top-of-the-line luxury car in the United States was the Cressida.
Choose from naturally aspirated, turbo or electric power.
It's picking up a trim called X-Line that's probably crossover-styled.
It will be available in gas and electric versions again.
It expects to build 200,000 a year.
Only one has a manual transmission.
Updated headlights put it over the top.
It may do a joint venture with VW instead.
You don't know what you've got till it's gone.
The Elantra Sport sees the biggest price jump.
It's shorter than the last prototype.
It offers more features, colors than the base Mini at a lower price.
It now earns the Top Safety Pick+ rating
How do you like triangles?
It may have the 200-horsepower Veloster Turbo engine.
This Sport is less sporty than the Sport hatch.