Just days ahead of its debut at the LA Auto Show, Kia is teasing the 2024 Sorento. And there should be some notable changes made to the popular crossover, as Headlight.News reports.
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Who says the sedan is dead? Certainly not Toyota. The automaker is launching a ninth-generation Camry at this year’s LA Auto Show and the sedan has a lot going for it, starting with updated styling. But what could be the real game-changer is the move to an all-hybrid powertrain lineup and available all-wheel drive. Headlight.News checks out the 2025 Toyota Camry.
Toyota is launching a second version of its new Crown model and the SUV is part of what is likely to become a growing sub-brand. The 2025 Toyota Crown Signia made its media debut Tuesday night ahead of its first public showing at the LA Auto Show. Headlight.News has a closer look.
Toyota set out to redefine what a sedan is with the launch of the Crown model last year. Now, it wants to do it again with the Crown crossover that it’s confirmed will make its debut at the LA Auto Show on Nov. 14. Headlight.News has an advanced look.
The Toyota Crown doesn’t readily fit into any conventional category. It has the stance of a crossover, but boasts a three-box, four-door design — and Toyota prefers to label it a sedan. But it appears a second Crown model is in the works for next year and the automaker may label the hybrid, all-wheel-drive SUV the Crown Sport.