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2019 Jaguar I-Pace: Electric


The 2019 Jaguar I-Pace is a concept car that finally made it to production. 


2019 Jaguar I-Pace: Angular Front View

The I-Pace is Jaguar’s response to the popularity of other fully electric performance vehicles. It stands out much like the jungle cat that the company is named after. Possibly the sportiest electric SUV on the market, the Jaguar I-Pace is probably the most luxurious as well. 


2019 Jaguar I-Pace: Front View

Taking the design in a completely different direction than its competitive predecessors, the Jaguar I-Pace is less jellybean roundness and more futuristic ridges and hard lined curves. 


2019 Jaguar I-Pace: Angular Rear View

The sportiness of the 2019 I-Pace is first apparent at the front with a hood and body that dips in the middle and rises to conform to the wheel wells on the sides. 


2019 Jaguar I-Pace: Interior View

Since it doesn’t have a conventional engine, cooling is not as necessary, which has allowed Jaguar to adapt the grille and hood into a front spoiler. Two more vents are also present just in front of either wheel. 


2019 Jaguar I-Pace:  Front Seats

Looking at the profile you see the lean windows, flattened nose and rear, and the intensity of the hood and rear spoiler. The doors are tall and wide, fitting for a crossover SUV, and add to the convenience when entering and exiting the Jaguar I-Pace. 


2019 Jaguar I-Pace:  Rear Seats

What’s most apparent is that it looks like nothing else on the road, making it impossible for you to not stand out. Coming to the rear of the I-Pace you’ll find very clean cut and simple taillights and a wide trunk hatch home to a modest amount of storage.  

The 2019 Jaguar I-Pace is a huge contender in the electric SUV sector and is strides ahead in looks and ability compared to the competition. 

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2019 Mercedes C300 Convertible: Beauty, Elegance, and Comfort


With the release of the 2019 model year, the Mercedes-Benz C-Class returns with modest updates. The 2019 Mercedes C300 C-Classis is still a work of beauty, elegance, and comfort. 


2019 Mercedes C300 Convertible: Angular Front View

New additions for the C300 are mostly technological and now include LED headlights as standard as well as a slew of safety features and driver assist functions. 


2019 Mercedes C300 Convertible: Front View

On the outside adjustments to the grille and bumper options are the most notable and flashy changes. Now as an option is Mercedes’ outstandingly beautiful chrome diamond-block grille pided by an enlarged Mercedes’ tri-Star emblem and chrome accented crossbar. The other option is, although a little less flashy, a bold double winged version of the Mercedes tri-star with the dual crossbars. 


2019 Mercedes C300 Convertible: Angular Rear View

The profile of the 2019 C300 retains the same appearance of a wind swept hill. 


2019 Mercedes C300 Convertible: Interior View

A slightly down slanted hood rises into the windshield and roofline of the cabin that gently slopes into the back window and down into the valley of a small trunk spoiler. 


2019 Mercedes C300 Convertible: Front Seats

The taillights wrap the rear fascia and conform to the rounded curve of the body. All of this encased in one of the new matte paint options and you’re easily riding in one of the most comfortable and fashionable vehicles on the road. 


2019 Mercedes C300 Convertible: Back Seats

The 2019 C300 is at its pinnacle and Mercedes knows this with the minimal amount of changes they made. Whether it’s the coupe, convertible or 4-Door sedan, the 2019 C-Class C300 is a true marvel of engineering and design.  

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2019 HR-V Sport: Utility and Function


The 2019 Honda HR-V sees a refresh in its latest model year with updates to match the rest of the Honda line-up. 


2019 Honda HR-V: Angular Front View

The front has seen similar updates to align with current Honda trends, with the highly visible chrome fascia and a newly styled grille with an elongated honeycomb pattern. 


2019 Honda HR-V: Front View

The front of the sport variant also sees the addition of floodlights. Viewing the 2019 HR-V Sport from the side reveals a piano black lower trim spoiler and similarly the highest tier trim has a lower spoiler that matches the main body paint. 


2019 Honda HR-V: Angular Rear View

Moving to the rear of the 2019 HR-V there still isn’t much changed between it and the previous year. Here the Honda design falls a little short. 

The profile maintains many of the curves and finesse of the 2018 model along with the rear window located door handle. From here you can see the clear transition Honda made going from the Honda Fit to their CR-V. 


2019 Honda HR-V: Interior View

The 2019 HR-V is the “Goldy locks” of dimension and design. With a rounder front and nicely curved roof from windshield to rear spoiler, the HR-V picks up a sportier appearance over its larger siblings. 


2019 Honda HR-V: Front Seats

Even if it could easily be described as plain you must not forget that the HR-V is focused on utility. This is also why the HR-V comes out as impressive. Even with the focus on utility and function, Honda keeps it up to date with its most recent changes. 


2019 Honda HR-V: Rear Seats

Whether you’re inside or out, you’ll always know it’s a Honda. 

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2019 Lexus ES350: Turning Heads


Everything is better with Lexus’s latest update to their ES350. 

Quickly ping into its upgraded specs, the Lexus ES350 is faster on its feet and a tad heavier, sporting an updated version of the Lexus V6 3.5L engine. 


2019 Lexus ES350: Angular Front View

That said, the exterior updates are what you’ll notice the most, since the 2019 ES350 has seen significant design updates both in the front and the back.


2019 Lexus ES350: Front View

Beginning on the front there are new grill and light options as well as changes to the hood’s form and accenting faux vents. The new standard grille contains a set of vertical lines being pinched at the top, reminiscent of a cattle grate on old locomotive engines, or the face of a now popular Marvel villain. 


2019 Lexus ES350: Angular Rear View

The headlights, with LEDs as standard, are similar in shape to the rest of the Lexus line with their jagged Z shape pointing into where the grille pinches inward. 

The hood is a little more domed for the 2019 Lexus ES350, accommodating for the higher end grille options that resemble the updated spindle texture from last year, taking up much of the front fascia. 


2019 Lexus ES350: Interior View

Accenting the grille is a faux vent on both sides, which becomes a little larger and functional on the highest trim level. 


2019 Lexus ES350: Front Seats

Moving to the side the profile, this Lexus is reminiscent of a BMW with a couple of outlying differences, the first being the side mirrors with its dual tone painting making it appear far slimmer than it actually is. The second noticeable design feature is how the front fascia sticks out from the grille. 


2019 Lexus ES350: Rear Seats

Moving to the rear you’ll find it as clean as ever. Devoid of lots of overbearing creases and lines, the Lexus ES350 redefines clean sportiness. 

The 2019 Lexus ES350, with its latest updates is sure to turn heads in the race for automobile luxury. 

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2018 Ford F-150 Raptor: Blazing Trails Again


Trails are being blazed once again, and this time it’s the 2019 Ford F-150 Raptor. Defending its place as the number one selling vehicle in the U.S. the Ford F-150 is clearly doing a lot of things right.


2019 Ford F-150 Raptor: Angular Front View

With an onslaught of changes for the 2018 model year, Ford is looking to impress on all fronts, and it looks like the company is indeed delivering.

The Ford logo has never been bigger than on the front of the F-150 Raptor with top-of-the-line options sporting the Ford name in extra large font. Besides this obvious new addition, the headlights have been beefed up and now appear wider reducing the size of the front fascia.


2019 Ford F-150 Raptor: Front View

Briefly going over the changes under the hood, the 2018 F-150 Raptor has a 3.0 liter power stroked V6 turbo diesel as well as revised gasoline engines.

Separately, the transmission has been upgraded to a 10-speed automatic for smoother acceleration and even lower idling RPMs. More importantly, the Ford F-150 Raptor looks better than ever with design tweaks that encompass both ends.


2019 Ford F-150 Raptor: Angular Rear View

Moving to the Ford Raptor’s rear you’ll first notice the same large Ford lettering on the tailgate that is also on the front grille. The tail lights appear blockier than previous iterations as they protrude from the body.

The rest of the rear is fit with matte black plastics and perfectly finish off the sportier Raptor design.


2019 Ford F-150 Raptor: Interior View

A brushed metal skid plate is another new addition likely to be seen off-roading oriented models. Even on lower tier models the front grille is meaner and more modern than it used to be as Ford abandons old-school chrome for dark grey and matte black plastics.


2019 Ford F-150 Raptor: Front Seats

Even if the profile of the 2018 F-150 Raptor hasn’t seen many changes it does have a distinct air vent accent above the front wheel and optional hood venting which is most noticeable for its jagged tooth like design.


2019 Ford F-150 Raptor: Rear Seats

Surely, whether you intend to go off road or hit the freeway, dunes and cars alike will be moving out of the way as you barrel towards your destination in the 2018 Ford F-150 Raptor.

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2019 Porsche Cayenne: All New


Porsche’s Cayenne returns in 2019 with an all-new design. 


2019 Porsche Cayenne: Angular Front View

The beautifully formed Cayenne comes packed with tons of new features inside and out, some of which are active, hidden, and not noticed while parked. Features such as roll stability, tungsten carbide coated brake discs, and more are all performance goodies new for 2019. 


2019 Porsche Cayenne: Front View

Some other new features that effect the design is an optional extending rear spoiler and grille shutters. The body of the 2019 Cayenne has also seen some changes and updates all starting with its form. 


2019 Porsche Cayenne: Angular Rear View

Even if the changes to the front of the 2019 Porsche Cayenne may seem subtle there are quite a few. The most interesting update was made to the headlights. Porsche opted to use not only tech-heavy lights, but they look incredible too. 


2019 Porsche Cayenne: Interior View

Porsche has adopted the Audi developed Matrix LED headlights, this time in an X pattern with a larger middle bulb surrounded by a smaller light at each corner. The lights, at least in Europe, have the ability to turn off separately allowing them to brighten and dim specific road objects. 


2019 Porsche Cayenne: Front Seats

The grille has also seen a couple small updates. What you won’t see behind the grille are a set of shutters to control air-resistance and cooling of the engine when needed. What you will see is a nearly uninterrupted grille with new running lights integrated into it, instead of being placed slightly above like on past models. The last changes are subtle alterations to the hood that will go unnoticed by all except the most devoted Porsche fans. 


2019 Porsche Cayenne: Rear Seats

Moving to the profile you’ll notice that the 2019 Porsche Cayenne looks a little slimmer, curvier, and more Panamera-like. With some of its harsher edges being even more smoothed out and the bottom plastic guard trim being extended, the 2019 Cayenne appears to be moving in the direction of Porsche’s Panamera sedan. The smoothing out is even more apparent in the rear where taillights have become a band crossing the trunk. 

You may never notice it, but the spoiler too has seen an update, becoming an active part that extends and rises when at appropriate speeds while also being used as an air brake for slowing down. 

Suffice to say the 2019 Porsche Cayenne is full of surprises inside and out and maintains its position as one of the most stylish offerings in the premium SUV market. 

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2019 Chevrolet Camaro : Thrill is Back


The legendary Chevy muscle car returns in 2019 with some interesting changes, making it a little more of a sports car Corvette. 


2019 Chevrolet Camaro: Angular Front View

Even if most of the 2019 Chevrolet Camaro stays the same, alterations have been made to the front fascia and grilles as well as the rear. To start, there are four variations to the front depending on which model tier you’re looking at. 


2019 Chevrolet Camaro: Front View

Each fascia and grille meshes with the varying dimensions, with one replacing the continuous bumper piece with a piano black strip that give it the appearance of a helmeted face. 


2019 Chevrolet Camaro: Angular Rear View

Despite the variance, base model changes see an evenly split lower and upper grille and even smaller looking headlights. The lower grille forms a sort of grin as it connects to two wheel vents on either side. 

The overall front now contains an evil smirk which goes well with the Camaro’s wild horsepower. 


2019 Chevrolet Camaro: Interior View

Coming to Camaro’s profile, we see a very similar design to last year’s model. What mostly resembles a Corvette in the back is only muscled up in the front for the signature Camaro appearance. 


2019 Chevrolet Camaro: Front Seats

At its rear, the 2019 Camaro has adopted a few bits from its legendary cousin, the Corvette. First, the taillights are very similar, as Chevrolet has given them more three-dimensional qualities as they are cupped and jut from the body. 


2019 Chevrolet Camaro: Rear Seats

The other similarity is that the Camaro also uses the same exhaust pipes, which, with a conical end give the appearance of rocket thrusters. Unlike the corvette the rear sees a slight adjustment to the rear bumper giving it an edgier look. 

Overall Chevrolet still muscles its way to the front of the pack. With a plethora of new styling variations and always-reliable high horsepower engine, the 2019 Chevrolet Camaro is the car to beat. 

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2018 Mercedes G Class 550: Truly Classic


In automotive history, you will find only a few vehicles have never needed to depart from their classic design. The 2018 Mercedes G Class 550 is one of those vehicles. 


2018 Mercedes G Class 550: Angular Front View

With a shape and air of classic Jeeps and similar military off-roading inspired vehicles, the G550 is just as imposing as it is surprisingly elegant. The most profound feature besides its overall boxiness is the retention of an actual bumper and grille guard. 


2018 Mercedes G Class 550: Front View

The chromed bar that wraps the headlights and the classic Mercedes tri-star emblem reminds you that, despite the opulence of the brand, this vehicle still means business. The headlights themselves are utilitarian and simple with the turn signals separated as two yellow boxes on either side of the hood, in order to not be blocked by the massive bumper.  


2018 Mercedes G Class 550: Angular Rear View

Coming to the profile of the Mercedes G550 you gain a true sense of how massive it is. At a height of over six feet tall, you will definitely need to make use of the retracting step board when getting into the driver’s seat. 


2018 Mercedes G Class 550: Driver’s Seats

From here you will also catch a glimpse of the exhaust pipes that are uniquely placed on the sides rather than the rear. The last thing to catch your eye from the side would be the five-point star shaped wheels, which options even more flashy than the last.


2018 Mercedes G Class 550: Interior VIew

Moving on to the rear of the Mercedes G550 you are first greeted by the classic additional wheel, which a cover that’s chrome trimmed. Behind the wheel is a side hinged rear door that out sizes any of the passenger door. Design wise there isn’t much going on, however the functionality of such a large door gives the trunk space a walk-in-closet like experience.


2018 Mercedes G Class 550: Rear Seats

The 2018 G550 is easily more than just for show. With some of the best off-roading available to luxury vehicles, to truly experience this Mercedes you’ll need to take it outdoors. 
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2018 Toyota Prius Prime: And It’s Getting Better…


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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The 2019 Lincoln MKC: Entry Level Luxury


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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