Not content to let its coupe-y siblings have all the M-Powered fun, the new BMW M135i ($TBA) packs some serious power into a compact hatchback package. Available in three- and five-door versions, the M135i is powered by a 320 hp straight-six TwinPower Turbo engine, a host of high-tech safety features like adaptive headlights, a rear view camera, and a lane-departure warning system, BMW Assist, a model-specific exterior and interior design, a longer, wider, and more spacious body, M-grade suspension components, your choice of six-speed manual or eight-speed automatic transmissions, and optional xDrive all-wheel drive. We're keeping our fingers crossed for a US launch.
Yes, that's a mighty long name for such a small SUV — but if you've got a thing for ex-Spice Girl style, you might want to check out the Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Victoria Beckham Edition ($TBA) anyway. As you might expect, this limited edition ride focuses more on aesthetics than function, with a hand-finished matte gray paint job, contrasting glossy black finishes on the roof side, vents, wheel arches, and 20-inch wheels — which also happen to sport rose-gold accents — semi-aniline vintage tan leather seats with "baseball" stitch details, rose-gold on the center console switches, soft feel black on the gear shift, a piano black center console, and an included, matching four-piece luggage set. Limited to 200 worldwide and arriving in October.
A new Lambo SUV? That's right. The Lamborghini Urus Concept ($TBA) promises to be both the most powerful — roughly 600 hp — and the least polluting production SUV on the market when it finally hits the streets in 2015. As you might be able to tell from the launch date, details of the beast are pretty scarce right now, but rest assured that it'll pack plenty of room for four passengers, and will likely cost somewhere around $200K — although if you're seriously considering buying one, you probably already knew that.