2019 Honda CR-V Design, Release Date

2019 Honda CR-V Design, Release Date...The latest 2019 Honda CR-V will debut in the spring of the current year. The Japanese manufacturer adhered to the tried-and-tested formula when it comes to the exterior design. The exterior was modernized, but distinct proportions and lines that were adorned and predecessors were retained. The interior is much more modernized and, it can be said, more coherent than the still-current generation.

2019 Honda CR-V Design, Release Date

Refurbished bodywork and slightly larger dimensions and greater wheelbase will present the new CR-V at a well-known Auto Show, and also show some conceptual solutions that it did not offer before. It should definitely be emphasized that the view on the road and the two 7-inch screen below it will be able to have seven passengers, if the buyer chooses this option.


In terms of appearance, the new model looks like a successful predecessor, mostly in the appearance of the front end and the lateral shape, while the rear end is much more interesting. The recognizable silhouette of the best-selling Honda SUV is still present. The new model 2019 Honda CR-V is long, hanging and cheaper than the previous model. In addition, the new model, thanks to the accentuated crude wheel arches, has a more sophisticated design.

The new SUV is a good balance between elegance and sports spirit. It has thinner A pillars that increase spaciousness inside the vehicle and larger wheels. Sharp lines are present on the hood and rear side panels, while the front end features a refreshed Honda’s look with distinctive front lights.

2019 HONDA CR-V Interior

The interior is much more modernized and, it can be said, more coherent than the still-current generation. The new 2019 Honda CR-V also got a digital instrument panel. It will not be a favorite for traditionalists, and there’s a new steering wheel.

2019 Honda CR-V Interior,exterior,engine,price

Buyers have a 7-inch multimedia system on the central conceal, and central ventilation openings are moved to the top of the board. For the first time, the new 2019 CR-V will also be available in a 7-seater configuration. For the interior of Honda, they promise greater comfort and even better ergonomics.

2019 HONDA CR-V Power

The news is also about the drive, which means that as with Civic, atmospheric petrol is replaced by turbo engines. The new one is 1.5-liter from 190 hp while along with it in Europe, according to some allegations below the lid, we can expect a 1.0-liter turbocharged 130 hp. Diesel remains a 1.6-liter i-DTEC of 120 hp and 160 hp with two turbochargers.

The 4×4 will be available at an extra charge, and the 6-speed manual and 9-speed automatic will be available from the gearbox. The new age also brings everything that is already standard for safety electronics and multimedia. So, the new  Honda CR-V comes with options such as active braking and full connectivity with smartphone platforms.

2019 HONDA CR-V Price and Realese

We expect the premiere of the new Honda CR-V  2019 in the spring of 2018. The starting price of the model will be around $ 24,000. 

2019 Lexus RX 350 Redesign, Price

2019 Lexus RX 350 Redesign, Price....It’s definitely the most beautiful SUV that Lexus has made. With a global sale of over 2.1 million copies, RX is the most successful Lexus ever. It represents three out of ten cars sold by the Japanese company. The numbers are impressive. Despite its success, it was never too good to watch, especially since we saw that the SUV of the mid-size could look after the appearance of the Porsche, BMW and Mercedes models. All this changes with the model for 2019. With the latest 2019 Lexus RX 350, Lexus has developed a whole new class of vehicles. Since 1998, RX has become the world’s first luxury SUV, Lexus has combined the rich space and strength of a traditional terrain with an aerodynamic sports style.

2019 Lexus RX 350 Redesign, Price


The popular luxury crossover 2019 Lexus RX 350 is the latest version of the current Lexus designer style. Attention is drawn to the sharp lines of the front lights and front masks. The C-pillar is part of the “floating roof” theme with a thin darkened part. The end of the new 2019 Lexus RX 350 has also been redesigned. But remains in the spirit of the previous model.

The front part will immediately bring you the attention that is completely new, with a huge front grille that does not really bother us in this 2019 Lexus RX 350. There is also an aggressive front bumper and LED headlights. The shape is sporty and muscular. Fortunately, it does not look like an enlarged version of the NX model. It was the concern of most fans until the presentation itself.


Inside is a brand-new cabin with an exciting look. There is a touch screen with a 12.3-inch diagonal, and the gearshift lever has now been moved to make better use of the space. There are more places in the cabin than before, especially in the rear seats. The interior looks like the old RX. Technologies and functional elements have been refreshed. The panoramic roof is on the list of optional equipment.

All the current technologies that help the driver while driving is incorporated into the car and are integrated into the Lexus Safety System + package. Also, the package includes, among others, an adaptive cruise control, a system for holding the traffic lane, a camera for surveillance of the car environment and a warning on lateral traffic on the rear.


2019 Lexus RX 350 Interior,engine,price

The new 2019 RX 350 was refreshed this year with the new 3.5-liter V6 petrol engine with Dual VVT-i system, giving it the dynamics and refinement. With its new 276 hp petrol, five-speed automatic gearbox and electronic gas, the Lexus RX 350 has been raised to an even higher technological level. No problem reaches the maximum speed of 200 km / h which is electronically limited. The curves are completely neutral, there is no rocking characteristic for SUVs. And in off-road driving it behaves like the best terrains.

The premium class class SUV’s heart is a new petrol engine that exits 203 kW / 276 hp at 6200 rpm, with a torque of 342 Nm at 4700 rpm, from 0 to 100 km / h accelerating for only 7.8 seconds. The average fuel consumption is 11.2 liters per 100 kilometers. It means eight percent more fuel-efficient compared to its predecessor, the 3.0-liter V6 gasoline. The aluminum block engine has 24 valves and is the first aggregate in the segment that uses the Variable Vlave Timing-Intelligent (VVT) system.


In conclusion, the starting price of the Lexus RX 350 2019 is approximately $ 48,000. Finally, the 2019 Lexus RX 350 will be available at the end of 2018 or early 2019.

2019 Jeep Wrangler Pickup Reviews and Price

2019 Jeep Wrangler Pickup Reviews and Price - Jeep hasn't sold a pickup truck since 1992, when the XJ Cherokee-based Comanche went out of production. Since then, Jeep has made many concept pickups to tease us. Now, we know that a JL Wrangler-based pickup is on its way, and it's high on our list of cars we can't wait to drive. To say we're excited for the Wrangler pickup would be an understatement, so let's round up everything we think we know about it.

2019 Jeep Wrangler Pickup Reviews and Price

Jeep started the Wrangler pickup fever in 2005 with the Gladiator Concept (shown above), but it never reached production. A handful of concepts since only served to whet our collective appetite further.

Finally, Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne confirmed in early 2016 that Jeep would be offering a production pickup version of the JL Wrangler, the standard SUV-version of which made its debut in late 2017.

In a 2016 interview with The Detroit News at the Detroit Auto Show, Jeep CEO Mike Manley said that the Wrangler pickup would arrive in late 2017, following the debut of the JL Wrangler. Unfortunately, Jeep has since delayed pickup production until late 2019, nearly two years into JL production. Manley says that he wants to make sure there are no issues with the regular Wrangler before Jeep starts building the pickup.

2019 Jeep Wrangler Pickup Interior

Both Wrangler models will be built at Jeep's Toledo, Ohio plant, which is undergoing a $700 million upgrade to prepare for the new vehicles. Automotive News reported that production of the previous-generation Wrangler, the JK, will end in April 2018, so the Toledo factory can be re-tooled for the pickup.

As for when we'll see it in the flesh? We suspect it'll debut at an auto show later in 2018, possibly Los Angeles.

2019 Ferrari 812 Superfast Reviews and Price

2019 Ferrari 812 Superfast Reviews and Price  - Setting new performance benchmarks, the 2019 Ferrari 812 Superfast makes its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show. Helping celebrate Ferrari’s 70th anniversary as a manufacturer, this successor to the F12berlinetta and F12tdf packs a new 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 beneath its hood teamed with a host of innovative technology.

More power

2019 Ferrari 812 Superfast Reviews and Price

Making the 812 Superfast truly super-fast is a 6.5-liter 12-cylinder engine that develops a heady 789 horsepower – 18 more ponies than the 6.3-liter in the F12tdf. Adopting a new high-pressure direct-injection system and F1-inspired variable-geometry intake tracts, it also churns out 530 lb-ft of torque, 80 percent of which is on hand by 3,500 rpm. Backed by a specially modified version of Ferrari’s 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission with quicker shift programming, the engine can blast the rear-drive 812 Superfast from 0-62 mph in just 2.9 seconds and send it on to a 211-mph top speed.

To ensure that raw power can be fully utilized, Ferrari engineers reworked the F12/F12tdf chassis to deliver what they describe as “unparalleled handling and roadholding.” Key elements include the automaker’s first use of electric power steering as well as the latest 5.0 version of Ferrari’s patented Side Slip Control. The 812 Superfast also has the automaker’s new Virtual Short Wheelbase 2.0 system, an advanced version of the rear-steering package introduced on the F12tdf that quickens the car’s responsiveness and agility. 

Active aerodynamics

Penned at the Ferrari Styling Center and finished in a special Rosso Settanta in honor of the firm’s the 70th Anniversary, new 812 Superfast puts a new spin on the classic shape of the automaker’s front-engine V12 models. While its profile recalls the muscular flair of the 1968 365 GTB, its powerful presence is matched with an equal measure of attention to aerodynamic detailing. Up front, active flaps help channel air under the car’s boldly sculpted body while an aggressive rear diffuser flanked by twin-paired exhaust outlets helps increase downforce at speed. Ferrari also took a unique approach towards integrating the 812 Superfast’s lighting. The shape and positioning of the car’s full-LED headlamps complements its functional hood scoops and the same holds true for the well-proportioned integration of its traditional four round taillamps.

2019 Ferrari 812 Superfast Reviews and Price

In keeping with its more intense persona, Ferrari gave the cabin on the new 812 Superfast a more aggressive flavor starting with a new multifunction steering wheel and main instrument cluster. The bucket seats have been redesigned for greater comfort and support. Rounding out the mix is a new climate control package and the latest in infotainment. The Ferrari 812 Superfast will arrive as a 2018 model, although there’s no word yet on exactly when it will turn or what it will cost.   

2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Price and Reviews and Specs

2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Price and Reviews and Specs - Alfa Romeo entering the luxury SUV fray is akin to a battle between David and Goliath. With the 2018 Stelvio the first SUV for the Italian automaker whose roots date to 1910 Alfa Romeo will compete with a roster of established players, not to mention a crop of new rivals also clamoring attention. Among the Goliaths are the Audi Q5, BMW X3, Mercedes-Benz GLC, Porsche Macan and Lexus NX.

With the Stelvio, Alfa Romeo not only seeks awareness as it aims to re-establish itself in the American market after exiting in the mid-1990s, but to also prove it has what it takes to compete against compact luxury SUVs that are now household names.

2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Price and Reviews and Specs

It looks like an uphill battle for sure. But here's the thing about the Davids of this world: They have passion and verve. After our first test drive of the Alfa Romeo Stelvio, we found those two traits in abundance. Just as important, we found them at a surprising value.

Brand awareness

Alfa Romeo execs acknowledge the Stelvio isn't likely to sell in the kind of numbers its rivals enjoy, nor is that the point at this junction for the automaker. Alfa Romeo, part of the massive Fiat Chrysler Automobiles conglomerate, only recently again began selling cars in America, starting a couple of years ago with the 4C coupe and then Giulia premium sedan last year.

"We are playing the long game here," Alfa Romeo head Reid Bigland said at the Stelvio media launch in Nashville, Tennessee. Bigland affirmed the company isn't trying to grab the sales crowns of the Lexus NX and Audi Q5, but rather become a contender that stands out from the pack with its emotional appeal.

We found that in spades with the Stelvio. While much of the Stelvio's appeal is indeed emotional, its mechanicals and stats are objectively impressive. Like the Giulia, the Stelvio comes with a 280-horsepower 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine. All models of the Stelvio will debut with that engine, while the Stelvio Quadrifoglio with its Ferrari-derived 505-horsepower twin-turbo V6 is set to join next year. Unlike its rivals, all Stelvio models come standard with all-wheel drive. And true to its sporting heritage, the Stelvio's AWD system is rear-biased, with the ability to send 100 percent of the longitudinal engine's motivation to the rear wheels. Combined with a slick 8-speed ZF transmission, adjustable drive mode selector and all-aluminum suspension, the Stelvio has the goods for a great driving experience.

Dynamic performer

2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio Interior

Most of the Stelvio's competitors have turbocharged 4-cylinder powertrains that, at least on paper, are similar. Yet the Stelvio is more fun, more emotional, and indeed more passionate than the majority of them. It's not just the Stelvio's power advantage over most of its competitors—with a 0-60 mph time of 5.4 seconds, this Italian SUV can certainly get up and move. It's more the way the Stelvio hugs corners, grips the road and just feels planted.

We can certainly thank its near-perfect 50/50 weight distribution for some of its impressive skills. Steering feel is right on point, with the wheel giving your hands feedback of the road below. Turbo lag, sometimes an issue with force-fed engines, wasn't readily apparent here. These characteristics make the Stelvio one of the most fun-to-drive, performance-oriented luxury crossover SUVs, right up there and quite possibly beyond the F-Pace and X3. This comes while feeling tame, compliant and easily manageable in more ordinary driving around town and on the highway.

The only traits that left us less than thrilled in our preproduction test models was wind noise that encroached at higher speeds and brake feel that could use slightly more initial bite (in repeated simulated panic stops, however, the Alfa's standard Brembo stoppers easily scrubbed speed).

Passion play, and a reasonable price

Objectively and even subjectively, the Stelvio is impressive. It's powerful, athletic, handsome and, at up to 22/28 mpg city/highway, even quite efficient. Still, a large part of its appeal is more ethereal. The 2018 Stelvio has a je ne sais quoi nature that is becoming nearly impossible to find in new cars, and certainly at its price point. That aspect, too, is a welcome surprise. The Alfa Romeo Stelvio will start at $42,990, including destination charge, when it hits showrooms in mid-July. That's right in line with mainstream rivals like the Mercedes-Benz GLC and BMW X3, which don't come standard with all-wheel drive as does the Stelvio, and aren't as powerful in base form. Fully loaded in Ti Sport or Ti Lusso trim, this Italian-made luxury crossover SUV still looks like a good value in the mid-$50,000 range.

In our first blush with the Stelvio, we felt an easy and nearly instant connection. It's among the few compact luxury SUVs that truly encourages you to embrace curves and take the long way home. The Stelvio may be a David among Goliaths, but if that battle taught us anything, it's this: Don't underestimate the underdog. 



2019 LINCOLN MKX REDESIGN, RELEASE DATEThe 2nd generation of the MKX has been released a couple of years back and despite its drawbacks, it still managed to sell better than its predecessor. However, the car is not doing as well as it should and in order to change that it seems an update is on its way. This is more than likely going to be released with the future 2019 Lincoln MKX. Despite the fact Lincoln decided to keep quiet about the car, the test mule has already been spied on the open road. It looks like the changes are not going to be purely cosmetic either. The car should receive a far better drivetrain as well as a revised running gear. The end result should be a better to drive crossover than before without losing its characteristic ride quality.


As before, the car is still going to be based on the same platform as the Edge. Just like its sibling, it is also expected to receive a new running gear. The upcoming model is expected to receive, at least on the higher end versions, a new set of adaptive dampers and possibly an air-ride system. The dampers would control how the car behaves on the road and they would give it a much sportier character than before. The air-shocks on the other hand would allow the car to control the ride height depending on the road conditions.

This would also allow it to save fuel when driving on the highway at speed thanks to it being capable to lower the entire car closer to the ground. Besides that it seems the wheelbase will stay roughly the same as before. Despite what the early rumors suggested, it looks like the wheels will not be wider on the 2019 Lincoln MKX so we can expect roughly the same levels of grip as before.



The ongoing model is definitely a much better looking car than the Edge. It has more flair and its lines give it a much better character. Most of the lines on the side will stay the same as before which is reassuring. However, the car’s front end, possibly the hood too, will change completely over what we were used to. For starters, the camouflaged car definitely has two sets of headlights which is likely due to a split headlight design. This has been used before but so far none of the cars that used this design were that successful.

It looks like the new 2019 Lincoln MKX might receive a far better implementation than we first thought. The headlights are slim and swept back and they seem to be mounted right where the grille ends. Also, the two-piece grille will be replaced by a one-piece unit more similar to what the Continental brought to the market. The bumper was too heavily covered but it looks like it will feature a large center intake, likely for the hot-running engine. The rear of the revised MKX should receive just a new set of tail lights and that’s about it.


The current car has its entire cabin based on the Edge. Because of that it also offers roughly the same design and it seems that this might not change for the new generation. There is still a small chance for it to receive something quite a bit more similar to the latest Navigator. If this is going to happen then the MKX will become a more premium-feeling vehicle than before. However, if they decide to keep the design unchanged there are still some good news. The 2019 Lincoln MKX is set to receive a new instrument cluster and possibly a new set of front seats as well.

2018 VW Amarok Design, Price

2018 VW Amarok Design, Price

Volkswagen Amarok is one of the most famous pickup trucks. The 2010 model was a surprise instant hit since then Volkswagen has never disappointed. It combines the American truck character with German luxury. The 2018 VW Amarok is positioned to be even better. The interior is more refurbished and luxurious and the engine more efficient.


The exterior puts all competitors to shame. The front end is brand new with a sharper look. Always on LED lights are brighter as neon gases have been added. The front grill has a chrome furnishing this makes the car look sleek.
The rear looks even better with a dual exhaust system. This not only gives it a sharp looking rear but also a loud engine growl.

The cargo hold has a strong rubber covering. This is a welcomed upgrade from the past generations metallic covering which was prone to rust. The rear lid is further reinforced ensuring it withstands heavy luggage. The 22-inch wheels are now standard. This means the VW Amarok 2018 can now carry more weight and looks attractive. You get a wide variety of tire options from Michelin, including all-weather and winter tires.


The interior furnishing is done using a product lineup called endless. You can pick either wood or carbon fibre for the dash and leather or clothes for the seat. Visibility in the Pickup track is mind blowing. The backseats are elevated ensuring passengers get to see the screen on the dash.

The infotainment system will be upgraded. The LCD screen is seven inches now and a standard is the Harmon Kardon system. Rear and front cameras ensure easy parking and reversing.

Additionally, windows and mirrors are electronic, cruise control button and Bluetooth connectivity. However, the AC system is manual.

Safety is enhanced with airbags on the front and passenger seat. The air bags are in pairs an upgrade from the past generation. Traction control is more refined with the ABS system added.


Two engine options are available: A 2.0-liter TDI V6 engine, for the fuel economy conscious customer and a 4.2-litre V8 engine for the power demanding customer. The two-litre engine version has 269 hp and a six-speed transmission and 390 lb-ft of torque. Additionally, the 4.2-litre version is able to produce 420 hp and an 8-speed automatic transmission with 405 lb-ft of torque.

This high-end engine is able to propel the truck from rest to 60mph in 7.9 seconds. All versions of the truck have the properly tuned VW all drive system. You can add the towing package at an extra cost. This gives you the ability to tow 2000 extra pounds, a rope, and a mount welded to the chassis.


The 2018 Amarok is expected to be available early 2018. It will have a starting price tag of around 56,000 dollars. The 2018 VW Amarok is a welcome competition to the track category. It is poised to offer competition to the likes of Ford Ranger and Toyota Hilux. If you are looking for a truck that is durable with a luxurious interior, look no further the 2018 VW Amarok was made specifically for you.