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The pickup's front-end structure was modified for the 2017-2018 model year.
The driver allegedly claimed he swerved to miss a deer, while police focused on the smell of alcohol in the vehicle.
The promise aims to address concerns over the Model 3's unique placement of all controls on the central touchscreen.
Ford's three-row is due for a major overhaul.
Don't expect to see Hyundai's N division try to post jaw-dropping times on the 'Ring with cars like the Veloster N. "We don't care about lap times. If you're going for lap times, the aero settings are different, the suspension setting is different. It's faster for a professional driver, but it's not as enjoyable," the company told Road & Track.
Land Rover is releasing a limited run of V8-powered Defenders. Based on the old model, the first Defender V8 since 1998 can hit 60 mph from a stop in 5.6 seconds thanks to 405 horses under the hood. Production is limited to 150 examples, and none are coming to America.
Hyundai is developing a body-on-frame pickup truck similar to the Chevrolet Colorado and the Ford Ranger. The model will be sold in overseas markets like Australia and it won't make the trip to America. However, we'll get a separate truck similar to the Honda Ridgeline.
BMW will release the second-generation X4 this year, the German company confirmed at the Detroit Auto Show. It calls 2018 "the year of the X." It's also introducing the X2, which was shown in Detroit, and the bigger X7.
The Toyota Camry that competes in NASCAR races is taking a break from the track to sit alongside its production siblings in Detroit. It looks like a Camry, but it shares virtually no parts with the sedan found in showrooms nationwide.
Hyundai is displaying a custom-built, one-of-a-kind Veloster hot rod at the Detroit Auto Show. Styled like a life-sized Hot Wheels car, it's merely a concept and not a preview of an upcoming production model. Don't expect to see the "hot rod package" on the list of options when the new Veloster goes on sale.
Volkswagen is displaying a first-generation Jetta next to the all-new 2019 model at the Detroit Auto Show. The model pictured here is owned by Volkswagen of America, and it was recently treated to a comprehensive restoration. It's in like-new condition.