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Audi A1 Sportback

Audi compact lineup just got a serious shot of interior space. The Audi A1 Sportback (€17,000 and up; roughly $23,000 and up) adds two doors and quite a bit of space to the model, which is still powered by one of six different gasoline or diesel engines ranging from 86 to 185 hp, and which can be outfitted in any level of trim you choose, from the 15-inch steel wheel and base interior Attraction trim to a fully-tricked out S trim with 18-inch wheels, a seven-speed S tronic dual-clutch transmission, LED lighting, xenon headlights, MMI navigation plus, Bose sound system, and built-in Wi-Fi hotspot. Expect to see it stateside just as soon as the A1 arrives here, which is to say sometime between now and never.

  • Xplore Toyota FJ Cruiser

    Show your appreciation for the great outdoors with a vehicle capable of tackling them in the Xplore Toyota FJ Cruiser ($35,000 and up). Packing features like custom matte paint, Xplore/Method black aluminum wheels, a Magnaflow exhaust system, Blistein shocks, leather and suede seats, Xplore metal badges, and a one year pass to our National Parks and Monuments, it's nearly a one-stop shop for any aspiring adventurer — and it'll look great in your suburban driveway, too.

  • Maserati Kubang

    Sometimes the name really does fit the car. The Maserati Kubang ($TBA) is an updated, production-focused version of the company's prior SUV concept, sporting a fittingly funky front end, parts borrowed from its off-roading stablemate Jeep, new engines designed in Modena by 30-year Ferrari vet Paolo Martinelli, an eight-speed automatic transmission, and all the interior trappings you'd expect from the Trident.