Even if the Toyota Prius Prime has seen no significant changes by the design team in the 2018 model year, the Prius still holds its own as being one of the most recognizable cars on the road. From the introduction of its bright new bold coloring – an electric blue – to its not-so-subtle rear and profile design, the Prius Prime will have you turning heads.
2018 Toyota Prius Prime: Angular Front View
Since its introduction the all-electric Prius Prime has been a little sleeker than its hybrid predecessors. Sporting a newly stylized thin and multi-faceted row of headlights that conform perfectly to the hood and fascia, they are juxtaposed against vertical running fog lights.
2018 Toyota Prius Prime: Front View
Not needing a huge grille for cooling, the front fascia is also a little cleaner with a smooth surface pocked by pots similar in shape to the headlights. The front is overall a little transformer-like and arguably over designed, but is interesting nonetheless.
2018 Toyota Prius Prime: Angular Rear View
Moving to the 2018 Prius Prime’s profile, its unique design begins to take shape as it moves away from traditional Priuses. With a black B and C pillar, a quick glimpse at the Prius Prime will reveal the futuristic look that the Toyota design team was going for.
2018 Toyota Prius Prime: Interior View
Except for black painted models, it looks like the roof of the car is floating and only held up by the A pillar! The angles of the hood and windshield are also a little more extreme compared to previous Priuses, especially with the hatchback design – the rear window looks nearly horizontal.
2018 Toyota Prius Prime: Driver’s Seats
Of course, to make up for the small rear window view, the Prius prime has kept its most controversial component: the split rear window. Probably the most unique feature of the Prius Prime is the intentionally warped rear window. Meant to give a little more viewing room for the driver, Toyota has still opted to separate the rear view by the taillight. The taillights are also a unique change from past Prius models, as it now wraps the small secondary rear window.
2018 Toyota Prius Prime: Rear Seats
The overall vibe of the 2018 Prius Prime is clearly a shot at what the future of vehicle design could be. From the thinner headlights, seemingly floating roof, and warped rear window, the Prius Prime is surely a sign of what’s yet to come.
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2019 Lincoln MKC: Angular Front View
The 2019 model year sees some new changes for the Lincoln MKC. Updated to match the changes to the rest of their lineup, the MKC has followed suit and now presents with the same fascia and grille as its larger counterparts.
2019 Lincoln MKC: Front View
Saying goodbye to the wing like two part grille, the new design is a never ending tessellate of the Lincoln emblem with the cross and shield found solidly in the center in absolute chrome beauty. A new hood with some new attractive curves and center ridge also accompanies these changes.
2019 Lincoln MKC: Angular Rear View
Coming to the rear of the 2019 MKC you are greeted by a satisfyingly rounded trunk door, which although may not seem like much at first, is a welcomed design over the boxy and square designs of many competing brands.
2019 Lincoln MKC: Interior View
The overall new look is a stylish upgrade along side refreshed headlights, daytime running lights, and fog lights. Moving to the profile of the Lincoln MKC, it’s remained nearly the same as previous year’s models. It has kept its very cool side aerodynamic ridge that sinks back into the body and then rises at the rear, becoming a part of the trunk door design.
2019 Lincoln MKC: Driver’s Seat
While admiring the trunk you also come across the large banded main tail and break light with no less than the Lincoln brand name appearing right in the middle. A little lower you’ll find dual exhaust pipes encompassed by a matte silver undercarriage guard.
2019 Lincoln MKC: Rear Seats
Overall the 2019 Lincoln MKC offers a stylish step above its competition. Let’s be honest, a Lincoln MKC may be the last SUV you may ever need.
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The 2018 Volvo S90 T8 electric hybrid is a force to be reckoned with. The front end comes to a blunt point which mirrors the Swedish automaker’s trademark LED running lights which they call Thor’s Hammer.
2018 Volvo S90 T8: Scandinavian charm
The rest of the front is uncluttered and clean with their telltale Volvo emblem and straight line grated grille. With two longs slices carved out on either side of the hood for aerodynamics the front is otherwise untouched by cutouts and extreme lines.
2018 Volvo S90 T8: Front View
A black lower grille is highlighted by two sharp chrome accents balancing out the headlights and complimenting the chrome of the emblem. The profile of the 2018 Volvo S90 continues the trend of simplicity and chrome trimming.
2018 Volvo S90 T8: Angular Rear View
From its side the S90 takes on a dog-nosed appearance in the front, though what’s most interesting is its windshield and back window angle. Both appear surprisingly small in terms of height for a family sedan, showing Volvo’s dedication to a sporty and aerodynamic drive.
Coming to the rear of the 2018 Volvo S90 T8 you’ll find the usual emblems designating its model and powertrain. Taking cues from the front headlight design, the break lights seemingly resemble Nordic axes. Inspiring the thought that the 2018 S90 T8 might just be Volvo’s ultimate weapon or in this case vehicle.
2018 Volvo S90 T8: Interior View
The rear also lends itself a bulky toughness with a bumper stretching out a few inches past the taillights and extra curves carved from the trunk door. Perhaps the semblance is needed to wield all the hammers and axes the S90 carries, which it does effortlessly with its 402 horsepower combined gas/electric engines. However the true beauty of Volvo’s Scandinavian charm lies within their premier vehicles.
2018 Volvo S90 T8: Driver’s Seat
True to form, Volvo has focused on three things when it came to the 2018 S90 T8 interior: quality materials, space, and simplicity. From the driver’s perspective you are first met with Nappa leather upholstery, polished wood inlays accented by brushed aluminum trim.
2018 Volvo S90 T8: Rear Seats
It is easy to say the interior is a prime example of modern design influences. Cup holders and accessory pockets are hidden allowing you to forget that the Volvo S90 T8 is still a family sedan. Cluttering button and knob controls are kept to a bare minimum allowing for an even larger infotainment display.
The interior, whether you’re up front or in the back, is beyond spacious especially with the addition of the nearly panoramic sunroof. Probably the last reminder that you’re back in Sweden every time you’re in a Volvo, is the brightly contrasting Swedish flag sewn into the upholstery of the passenger chair.
The 2018 Volvo S90 T8 is truly one of Sweden’s finest automotive accomplishments.
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When you take a first glance at the 2018 Toyota Camry SE, you definitely see the truth in Toyota’s slogan, “Let’s go places.” Featuring a completely redesigned interior and exterior, the 2018 Toyota Camry SE solidifies the Camry’s designation as one of the best midsized cars in the market today.
2018 Toyota Camry SE: Angular Front View
2018 Toyota Camry SE: Great All Rounder
The 2018 Toyota Camry SE is a great all-rounder, but excels particularly in the areas of comfort and efficiency.
At first glance, it’s clear that Toyota aimed to combine both a sporty look with the Camry’s traditional appearance to appeal to drivers looking for a vehicle that is capable of more demanding driving, but still comfortable and reliable.
2018 Toyota Camry SE: Front View
The front end of the Toyota Camry SE features a black front grille with a sport mesh insert that is more dynamic in appearance than that of the 2017 Toyota Camry SE. Upon coming around to side and taking up a spot in the 2018 Toyota Camry SE, I immediately understood why the Camry continues to be one of the most successful midsized cars today.
2018 Toyota Camry SE: Interior View
Inside of the 2018 Toyota Camry SE, one experiences seating that feels not only comfortable and safe, but seating that also features ample legroom and is a pleasure to be in, be it for the short or the long haul.
2018 Toyota Camry SE: Angular Rear View
Exiting the 2018 Toyota Camry SE and moving towards the rear, one encounters a rear spoiler and single dual chrome-tipped exhaust, finishing off the Camry’s sporty features.
2018 Toyota Camry SE: Driver’s Seat
Overall, the 2018 Toyota Camry SE offers great value that is enough to entice drivers looking for a midsized vehicle. Its powertrain is powerful enough to add excitement to the drive and its interior and safety features are enough to keep you calm and relaxed while doing so.
2018 Toyota Camry SE: Rear Seats
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With the new model year, Hyundai returns again, with perhaps it’s most ambitious and interestingly designed model yet – the 2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo.
2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo: Angular Front View
The Veloster has always appeared an oddity in the auto-world, with three doors it is hard to say if the Veloster is a coupe, sedan, or more likely some sort of a hybrid hothatch, a.k.a. speedy hatch back.
2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo: Frontal View
No matter what it is, you’re sure to gain some second glances as no other car quite looks like the Veloster. Although the latest model hasn’t seen any major design changes, the 2019 Veloster keeps its relatively short front and especially long, slow-sloping, roof. The front of the 2019 Veloster is mostly innocuous except for some red accents at the bottom of the front grille (that may or may not resemble buck-teeth).
2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo: Angular Rear View
Some external quirks (due to the 3-door design) include all doors being different shapes and sizes and obviously limited options for entering the rear seat, though the driver seat does have a release for a passenger to squeeze through.
2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo: Interior View
The rear of the Veloster is unexpectedly wide and sportier than ever. With two centralized exhaust ports and a slightly tricked out aerodynamic undercarriage guard, the Veloster comes out clean and a bit more refined compared to older models.
2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo: Driver’s Seat
The interior has also seen some new additions with colorful trim accents, optional leather seating, retracting heads-up display, and a well-integrated infotainment system with Apple and Android compatibility.
2019 Hyundai Veloster Turbo: Rear Seats
The 2019 Hyundai Veloster has seen many improvements both outward and inward and deserves a look for anyone considering a flashy and unique vehicle.
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The 2019 BMW X2 is the compact SUV that the young at heart has been waiting for. BMW has entered this increasingly competitive class of vehicles with a potential winner.
2019 BMW X2: Angular Front View
The 2019 BMW X2 derives its changes from an increasing demand for smaller, sportier SUVs. Although it was built off of the BMW X1 chassis, the 2019 X2 does sport some important changes.
2019 BMW X2: Frontal View
To start with, the 2019 BMW X2 is shorter and lower, it holds onto the iconic BMW grill, but also adds hyper-aggressive head and taillights, front wheel vents and sharp looking wheels.
2019 BMW X2: Angular Rear View
In its entirety, the X2 is very sleek and polished. A few other changes include a more rugged looking under door trim, which also wraps the lower front and back bumpers, and a laterally focused lower grille in the front.
2019 BMW X2: Interior View
Despite the SUV moniker, the X2 holds closer to the sport than it does to the utility. Given the ultra compact size, the 2019 X2 is the perfect crossover for those looking for a bit more rear space, but also looking to maintain a quick and competent drive.
2019 BMW X2: Driver’s Seat
The interior of the X2 shares a likeness with most other BMWs. With an easy to use and sizeable infotainment screen, tons of quality leather and soft-touch plastics, the interior also comes out feeling more luxury than utility as well. However don’t be fooled, with ample space for up to 5 passengers and a healthy cargo space for the class, the X2 maintains all the utility you could ask for.
2019 BMW X2: Rear Seats
In an ever-growing space for even smaller SUVs, BMW and its 2019 X2 look to fulfill all you needs with plenty of sport and the perfect touch of utility.
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The British icon returns with Mini Cooper’s 2019 Mini S 2 Door hardtop. Holding fast to many design features of the 1960’s legendary predecessor, the 2019 Mini S hardtop revitalizes the Mini design with delightfully subtle updates.
2019 Mini S 2 Door hardtop: Angular Front View
Even newcomers to the Mini brand will recognize the poignantly rounded headlights and side mirrors, short stature, and sporty nature of the Mini S’s standard turbo engine all wrapped up in the Mini’s beautiful chrome trim.
A few other memorable traits include a pronounced front grille, also chrome trimmed, black supporting pillars, and a flat top. New exterior updates may seem small, but are welcome flourishes for the 2019 Mini line.
2019 Mini S 2 Door hardtop: Frontal View
Changes include new LED headlights replacing previous year’s HID lights, glorious Union Jack taillights, and the adornment of Mini’s newest emblem reflecting a recent branding update.
2019 Mini S 2 Door hardtop: Angular Rear View
The new updates along with some of Mini’s newly added paint options make for an incredibly spunky ride, especially with a couple racing stripes.
2019 Mini S 2 Door hardtop: Interior View
The interior of the 2019 Mini S has seen some advances as well, predominantly in the technology department.
Now featuring is an optional 8.8-in touch screen display, not to mention the 6.5-in standard display, an extra USB port, wireless charging for supported devices, and support for Apple CarPlay.
2019 Mini S 2 Door hardtop: Driver’s Seat
This is not gloss over some returning standard features, which include comfortable leatherette seating, crystal clear Harman Kardon speakers, and the always-cool customizable color LED trim.
2019 Mini S 2 Door hardtop: Rear Seats
It is without doubt that the 2019 Mini S hardtop leaves hardly anything to be desired. Between its cutely energetic form and classy interior is the kind of show stopper you can drive away in.
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With a towering body, 4.0L V8 biturobo engine and a handcrafted interior, the Mercedes Benz G 550 luxury SUV is a vehicle capable of dominating any terrain and obstacle, all while doing so in style. With the G-Class name coming from Geländewagen, which means “cross-country vehicle,” your first look at the 2018 Mercedes Benz G 550 luxury SUV will solidify that image in your mind and make you want to tackle the world across.
2018 Mercedes Benz G 550 luxury SUV: Angular Front View
To start, the most prominent characteristic of the 2018 Mercedes Benz G 550 is the cuboidal shape, which is also a true testament to functionality being one of Mercedes Benz’s main goals for the G 550.
2018 Mercedes Benz G 550 luxury SUV: Front View
Combine this with the stainless steel brush guard and the standard Bi-Xenon headlamps, the G 550 is built for the challenges of the road, and off of it as well.
2018 Mercedes Benz G 550 luxury SUV: Interior View
As you walk around to the driver side and take up a seat inside of the G 550, you cross over from one world into a whole new one.
2018 Mercedes Benz G 550 luxury SUV: Driver’s Seat
Featuring a wide range of operational and comfort controls, such as lockable differentials, shift paddles, and standard multi-contour adjustments, the interior of the 2018 Mercedes Benz G 550 makes you feel right at home, whether you’re down the street or traveling the world.
2018 Mercedes Benz G 550 luxury SUV: Rear Seats
Upon exiting and moving towards the rear, the large side-hinged rear door opens up to reveal generous floor-to-roof cargo space, with or without the rear seats folded down. Lastly, and also contributing to the functional nature of the G 550, is a rear-mounted spare tire that is easily accessible, yet stylish at the same time.
2018 Mercedes Benz G 550 luxury SUV: Angular Rear View
Whether you’re cruising the streets or venturing into the unknown and the extremes, the Mercedes Benz G 550 is not only equipped to get you there, but get you there fast and in luxurious comfort.
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Featuring upper and lower mesh grille openings that add a touch of sophistication as well as an abundance of interior and safety features, the 2018 Toyota Sienna Limited is the manifestation of the do-it-all minivan you’ve always dreamed of.
2018 Toyota Sienna Limited: Angular Front View
From the exterior to the interior, the 2018 Toyota Sienna Limited shines as a vehicle capable and equipped for any task and any cargo.
2018 Toyota Sienna Limited: Front View
Starting off at the front, the 2018 Toyota Sienna Limited’s most noticeable features are the dominant projector-beam halogen headlights, which operate in conjunction with Toyota’s standard Toyota Safety Sense system, providing drivers with even more support while out on the road.
2018 Toyota Sienna Limited: Angular Rear View
Complimenting the headlights are the wide-angle fog lights that are underlined by a chrome accent, highlighting the 2018 Toyota Sienna Limited’s simple and functional front end.
2018 Toyota Sienna Limited: Interior View
Coming around to the side and taking up the driver’s seat, it begins to feel as if there are endless possibilities to where you can go with the 2018 Toyota Sienna Limited.
The inside features an app-filled and easy-to-use infotainment system, simple climate controls, USB charging ports, ample spacing and a spacious middle console.
2018 Toyota Sienna Limited: Front Seats
With the 2018 Toyota Sienna Limited, Toyota successfully combines the functionality of the interior with comfortable styling, as the interior also features premium leather-trimmed second row and front seats, as well as a leather-trimmed steering wheel with audio and voice-command controls.
2018 Toyota Sienna Limited: Rear Seats
Exiting and coming around towards the rear, the 2018 Toyota Sienna Limited features not only equally large rear lights, but also a large rear opening and low platform, adding to the functionality and ease-of-use of the 2018 Toyota Sienna Limited’s features.
Whether you’re carrying material or human cargo, the 2018 Toyota Sienna Limited makes you feel relaxed and prepared for the road ahead.
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