2011 Dodge Charger

Dodge's unapologetically muscular sedan is back and rowdy as ever. The 2011 Dodge Charger ($TBA) sports a more menacing front end, a "racetrack" brake lamp composed of 164 LEDs, Garmin navigation, available all-wheel-drive on the R/T model, 19-inch wheels, and, of course, you choice between a boisterous 5.7-liter HEMI V-8 — with fuel-saving four-cylinder mode — or the 3.6-liter Pentastar V6.

  • 2011 Infiniti M

    Wrapped in striking new sheet metal and powered by either a 3.7-liter V6 good for 330 horsepower (in the M37) or a direct injected 5.6-liter V8 cranking out 420 hp (in the M56), the 2011 Infiniti M ($TBA) replaces the aging previous model with aplomb. Available in both RWD and AWD (x) versions, each of which is equipped with a seven-speed automatic transmission with a Drive Sport manual mode and optional paddle shifters, it will offer niceties including standard 18-inch wheels, Infiniti Drive, which lets the drive choose between one of four throttle and transmission mapping modes, active noise control for a quieter cabin, blind spot warning and intervention systems, a next-generation Infiniti Hard Drive Navigation System, a Bose Studio Surround premium audio system, and a new feature called Eco Pedal that offers the driver direct feedback to encourage eco-friendly driving — something that's extra handy on a car as sporty as this.

  • 2012 Ford Focus

    Unlike previous iterations that saw Europe get a vastly different — and in most cases superior — version of the same model, the 2012 Ford Focus ($TBA; Early 2011) will be nearly identical across the world. This re-imagined descendant of Escort will boast an electric power assist system, Dynamic Cornering Control, the Sync connectivity package with an 8-inch MyFord touch-based control panel in pricier models, a new 2.0-liter DI Ti-VCT engine, and a dry-clutch six-speed Ford PowerShift automatic transmission. If the fuel economy on the standard models isn't good enough for you, Ford will also offer a fully battery powered electric version, with a driving range of 80-100 miles.

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