Source: Alfa Romeo - Press release and video after the "read more" jump.
Source: Chevrolet - Extensive press release, spec charts, and three videos after the "read more" jump.
If you've been Jonesing for a new Ford Excursion but forgot that they've been out of production for years, Hennessey Performance may have the answer...the 2016 Hennessey VelociRaptor SUV. Modeled after Ford's Excursion, Hennessey takes a new F-250 Lariat truck and converts it into the monster you see here. The conversion includes the new bodywork that includes the enclosed SUV body, four full doors, tailgate cargo doors, middle row Captain's chairs, folding third row bench, bumper upgrades, and of course, VelociRaptor badging. The F-250's 6.2-liter V8 (411 hp) is standard but may be updated to a 6.2-liter supercharged V8 with either 600 or 650 hp. A heavy-duty six-speed automatic handles the power. An available 6.7-liter PowerStroke diesel creates 440 hp and an astounding 880 lb.-ft. of torque. Other options include an O-road suspension upgrade, wheel and tire upgrades, a Warn front winch, and basically anything your checkbook can handle. Hennessey needs six months to build one of these and prices start at $159,900 (plus taxes, license, fees, options). If you're not worried about an increase in gas (or diesel) prices and you really need a giant SUV, then Hennessey has got you covered.
Source: Hennessey Performance - Brief release after the "read more" jump.
Source: Hyundai - Press release and video after the "read more" jump.
CTS sedan is still the automaker's nicest design to date. The CT6 will get it all, lightweight aluminum intensive structure, CUE infotainment, Bose Panary premium audio with 34 speakers, leather and power accessories everywhere and numerous powertrain options like the Turbo four, regular V6, Twin-Turbo V6 (with eight-speed automatic transmissions) and the recently announced plug-in hybrid option that will match the turbo four and the hybrid system for a total power output of 335 hp. All-wheel drive will be available on select models. Expect class-leading MPGs from the PHEV model. Specifics and pricing will be announced closer to the CT6's on-sale date early in 2016. For more info, check out the press releases (including the intro release) and videos after the jump. Should be interesting now that Lincoln's new Continental seems to be coming to market as a quasi Bentley...
Source: Cadillac - Press releases, pics, and videos after the "read more" jump.