2013 Audi A6: Audi remixes its midsize sedan with elements fresh and familiar for 2012, hoping to close the sales breach with class leaders BMW 5 Series and Mercedes Benz E-Class. The redesigned A6 will be bigger but a bit lighter, which should recover mpg, recital, and handling. For 2013, a high presentation S6 should debut. But will a gas electric hybrid A6 come to America too.
2013 BMW 6-Series Gran Coupe: BMW’s 6-Series line adds a “4 door coupe” to answer the Audi A7 and Mercedes-Benz CLS Class. With show car styling and developments shared with the latest 2 door 6s, the Gran Coupe could be the new glamour star for the world’s top selling best vehicle brand.
2013 Cadillac ATS: After more plot twists than soap opera, the new common Motors has finally confirmed a "baby Cadillac." Sized and priced below the premium-midsize CTS, the ATS could be an equally imposing domestic entry in the premium-compact-car class.
2013 Cadillac XTS: We knew it was coming. Now the proxy for Cadillac’s slow selling DTS and STS premium sedans is finally coming into focus. XTS assures to be better than both, but can a bigger, plusher Buick Lacrosse lift General Motors’ flagship make sales
2013 Lexus GS: The LF-Gh Hybrid Concept messengers a bold new looks for Lexus’ redesigned premium-midsize sedan. The next GS is just approximately the corner and we've already driven it.
2013 Mercedes-Benz S-Class: Fresh looks, new power teams, and more gizmos than ever highlight the latest revamp for Mercedes’ largest sedans. The next-generation S Class also promises better fuel market and lower emissions, plus a first-time plug-in cross model.
2014 Cadillac CTS: Cadillac redesigns its mainstay car, growing it into a true best midsize that should be stiffer rivalry for the likes of BMW’s 5-Series and Mercedes’ E Class. With new looks, new engines, more room, and new features, the third generation CTS could be the best yet.
2014 Cadillac ZTS: General Motors are creation money again, so a “super Cadillac” sedan is back on the table. Possibly to be named ZTS, this long-rumored flagship aims to best premium class import make favorites provided events don’t put it back on the shelf.
2015 Audi A9: Audi looks to hurry its sales momentum with a new 2 door sports luxury coupe and adaptable. Derived from the A8 premium big sedan, the A9 will be an image structure flagship vying for showroom notice with the brand’s exotic R8 sports car.
2015 Jaguar XS: Jaguar plans a new best compact car to chase the BMW 3-Series, and it promises to be far more particular than the old X-Type. The XS might even have BMW power, but less weight could give it the edge in presentation, fuel economy, and road ability.