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2015 Cadillac Escalade

The monster luxury SUV you've all been waiting for is finally here, and the 2015 Cadillac Escalade ($TBA) is better than ever. Under the roof you'll find an interior wrapped in leather and wood from front to back, a quieter ride due to a stronger body structure, sound dampening, and Bose Active Noise Cancellation technology. Under the hood a 420 horsepower 460 lb-ft torque 6.2-liter V8 pushes both the two-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive variants, while variable-assist power steering and cylinder deactivation help it get more miles between fill-ups. The dash is also crammed with tech — a 12.3-inch digital gauge display and an eight-inch center screen connect you with the car, using touch and gesture recognition, proximity sensors, and voice recognition. Choose between standard, luxury, and premium models to add 22-inch wheels, driver awareness technology, and a driver assist package.

  • 2015 Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class

    The 2015 Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class ($TBA) isn't your average grocery-getter — sure, this crossover SUV is fit for the roads, but it's also a pretty capable off-road adventurer. Powered by a turbocharged two-liter, four-cylinder engine producing a healthy 208 hp and 258 lb-ft of torque, it'll overtake drivers on the highway and get you comfortably to your mountain getaway (thanks in-part to 4-Matic all-wheel drive). Its striking design features give the GLA a powerful look without sacrificing aerodynamics. Inside, a flexible cargo-area and rear-folding seats give you plenty of room for skis and backpacks, or a whole-lot of toilet paper from Costco.

  • Infiniti Q30 Concept

    The genre-defying Infiniti Q30 Concept ($TBA) at once combines the aggressive appearance of a coupe, the spaciousness of a hatch, and the posture of a crossover. Set to debut at the Frankfurt Motor Show in September, details on the power plant remain scant — though we hope its horsepower and torque matches its sporty-yet-outdoorsy look. Its image communicates the carmakers' desire to produce something that will appeal to the car-purchase-averse younger set (though, as an Infiniti, its price tag may put it out of the buying range of most of that demo). Regardless, it represents an exciting direction for the often-innovative Hong Kong-based company.