Twenty new cars, trucks, and crossovers that get our motors revving
Unless you're one of those annoying "outdoorsy" types, the only good thing fall heralds is news of the cars to come. While some of these have been on the radar — or even in the showroom — for a while now, we've stuck to model year 2013 cars for our Most Anticipated list. This year's crop is more evolutionary than revolutionary, but there are still a few new models around to get excited about.
If there's a common thread among these sports sedans and seven-seaters, electrics, hybrids and regular gas-powered cars, domestics and imports, it's technology. More connectivity, more touchscreens, more infotainment, more sensors, more airbags, more more more, and all of it starting much lower on the trim ladder.
That alone is enough to get us excited about 2013.
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