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2013 Land Rover Range Rover

When you're buying the fourth-generation of something, you expect a level of refinement above and beyond its predecessors — and the 2013 Land Rover Range Rover ($TBA) doesn't disappoint. All-new from the ground up, it uses an all-aluminum unibody structure — a first for a SUV — and an all-new aluminum front and rear chassis architecture to shed around 700 pounds compared to 2012 models. It pulls this off while adding nearly 5" of rear seat legroom, the next-generation of the Terrain Response system, and a range of V8 engines mated to new eight-speed ZF automatic transmissions, and retaining its legendary off road capabilities. Arriving just in time for the holidays.

  • Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake

    Looking for a luxury station wagon for hauling your progeny around? The Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake ($TBA) should fit the bill. Available in rear- or all-wheel drive with one of four engine choices, a low-slung body that's as sexy as you're going to find in the wagon segment, a wooden luggage compartment floor, between 590 and 1550 liters of luggage room, an automatically-lifting tailgate, a rear air suspension to maximize handling under heavy loads, the 7g-tronic Plus automatic transmission, dynamic full LED headlamps, and safety features like active blind spot and active lane keeping assist. The bad news? No word on when — or if — it might make an appearance stateside.

  • Nissan Juke Nismo

    We're not sure whether it's trying to be a CRX beater or a faster small utility, but whatever it is, we know one thing the Nissan Juke Nismo ($TBA) isn't: slow. Powered by a tuned version of the standard Juke's 1.6L turbocharged engine, we're guessing it'll be putting out quite a bit more than the respectable 188 hp of the standard model — and the outside will show it, thanks to a new aero package, wider 18-inch alloy wheels, a tailgate spoiler, and a new grille. Inside, the steering wheel, pedals, gauges, gear knob and door trims have been redesigned and paired with suede-trimmed Nismo sports seats with red stitching. The good news? A US launch has already been confirmed. The bad? Who knows when that will actually happen.