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Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Break

Sometimes concept cars are just that — concepts meant to allow the company's designers and engineers the equivalent of work-sponsored recess. Other times, they offer glimpses at future models, like the Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Break (Yes, not brake). Sporting a bold new look it will undoubtedly share with the new four-door CLS, the Shooting Break features a panoramic sunroof occupying most of the roof, full LED headlamps, a flat load rear floor that adds extra utility to the hatchback, frameless side windows, a twin pipe exhaust system, a full-length wood console, and 20-inch sterling silver (!) wheels. Powerplants will range from a 300hp, turbocharged V6 to a turbocharged, 5.5L V8 pumping out 563hp, which will hopefully make you feel better about driving a six-figure station wagon.

  • 2011 Subaru Impreza WRX

    Normally when we hear about something widening, it's our waistline. The 2011 Subaru Impreza WRX ($TBA) is wider in a good way, moving it closer to the company's WRX Sti rally flagship, and giving it a more aggressive stance and wider track dimensions. Features include a 265-hp turbocharged/intercooled 2.5-liter Boxer engine, a 5-speed manual transmission, Continuous All-Wheel Drive, and your choice between four-door and five-door models.

  • 2011 Volkswagen Touareg

    Lighter, sportier, and more fuel efficient than the original, the new 2011 Volkswagen Touareg ($TBA) is the next evolution of vee-dub's full-size SUV. The 2011 model weighs in a nearly 460 lbs. lighter than the previous generation, and offers a wide range of powerplants, including a hybrid that can be driven up to 30 mph on electricity alone. Other features include standard eight-speed automatic transmissions, two flavors of four-wheel drive — standard 4Motion and the more rugged 4XMotion — a 6.5-inch touch screen, Bi-Xenon headlights, the largest sunroof available on any SUV, Adaptive Cruise Control, optional 19-inch alloy wheels, and Lane and Side Assist to keep you in your lane and out of the way of blind spot dwellers.