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Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Victoria Beckham Edition

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.

  • Porsche Cayenne GTS

    Second-gen car models are almost always better than the first — the company gets valuable real-world feedback from drivers, and goes about fixing the issues. We're not sure how many issues there were to fix on the original, but we can tell you that the Porsche Cayenne GTS ($82,000 and up) likely addresses them all. Based on the Cayenne S, the GTS sports a 420 hp V8 paired with an eight-speed Tiptronic # transmission and all-wheel-drive, resulting in a 0-60 time of 5.4 seconds and a top speed of 162 mph. Other features include high-gloss black trim, 20-inch RS Spyder wheels, upgraded brakes from the Cayenne Turbo, eight-way adjustable front sport seats, and a Sport Chrono package to more closely monitor the improved performance. Arriving this August.

  • Jaguar XF Sportbrake

    What's this? A new Jaguar... station wagon? Yup. Feast your eyes on the new family friendly Jaguar XF Sportbrake ($TBA). Fittingly, we know more about the Sportbrake's rear — which features cubby compartments, remote fold levers for the rear seats, LED lighting, a soft-close tailgate, and three sections in the floor to keep small loads in place — than we do about things like engine offerings — 2.2L and 3.0L diesels will be on offer, paired to an eight-speed automatic — or that most mysterious aspect of unreleased cars: pricing.