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2013 Mercedes-Benz G-Class

As SUVs go, few have retained their basic look for as long as the G-Class. The 2013 Mercedes-Benz G-Class ($TBA) continues the tradition with LED daytime running lights and new exterior mirrors serving as the only standard exterior changes, but adds other improvements like the latest COMAND infotainment system with mbrace2, new safety features like Blind Spot Assist, PARKTRONIC, and adaptive cruise control, and a new G63 AMG variant with an eight-cylinder biturbo engine and the ECO stop/start system. Expect 388hp from the G550 and 544hp from the G63, both of which should be arriving at a dealer near you this August.

  • Volvo V40

    We have no idea whether it will ever make it to the U.S., but that won't stop us from lusting after the Volvo V40 ($TBA) just the same. As you'd expect from the Scandinavian automaker, the V40 is loaded with safety features, including Pedestrian Detection with Full Auto Brake, a world-first pedestrian airbag, an aid to keep you in your lane — complete with haptic auto steering — a low-speed collision avoidance system, and Park Assist. It's also quite drivable, with a range of powerplants delivering up to 254 hp, braking energy regeneration, and your choice of manual or automatic gearbox.

  • Jeep Grand Cherokee Stealth

    With a name like that, you might expect this SUV to be all black. And though that's not really the name — in fact, it doesn't even have a name yet — you'd certainly be right. The Jeep Grand Cherokee Stealth ($TBA) drags the company's Laredo X package into the shadows with a black paint job, black grille surround, black headlamp bezels, a black liftgate light-bar, 20-inch glossy black aluminum wheels, and a black interior boasting heated seats, a 9-speaker sound system, rear-view camera and park assist system, keyless entry and start, and over 50 safety and security features. Visit jeep.com/namemyride to give it a proper moniker — and for a shot at a free GC of your own.