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’19 Dodge Charger: Dodge is expected to give the Charger one more refresh before a redesigned version appears early next decade.

’20 RAM HD Regular Cab: Current power is delivered from three engines: a 383hp 5.7L V8 with a compressed natural gas option; a 410hp 6.4L V8; and a 6.7L turbodiesel inline six. 

McLaren 600LT: McLaren unveiled the 600LT and confirmed that it has “increased power, minimized weight, optimized aerodynamics and track-focused dynamics.”

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’20 Chevrolet Silverado HD: The next-generation 2500/3500 HD is said to utilize a mixed aluminum/steel body.

’20 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500: It’s thought that the production version will have a supercharged 5.2L flat-plane crank engine (although it sounds like a cross-plane crank in the video) mated to a DCT transmission.

’20 Mid-Engine Corvette: The mid-engine Corvette will undergo a landmark change in philosophy, as Corvettes have always been front-engine, rear-wheel-drive sports cars. 

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’20 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500: The Mustang-based GT500 will build on the GT350’s performance capabilities.

’19 Chevrolet Silverado 1500: The 1500 RST is a street-performance appearance upgrade applied to the Silverado LT.

’19 Ford Ranger Wildtrak: The Wildtrak gets added ground clearance, a bedliner with a 12V socket, a retractable tonneau cover (roller shutter), 18-in. alloy rims on P265/60 tires, and additional interior/exterior styling.

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’19 Chevy Camaro: The Camaro will get an extensive mid-cycle facelift for ’19.

’19 GMC Sierra 1500 All-Terrain: GMC will get its own version of the Silverado Trail Boss and, according to a source in the know, it may arrive under the All-Terrain nameplate.

Range Rover Evoque: Codenamed L551, the new Evoque will be built on an overhauled version of the current D8 architecture. Refinements to the underpinnings will focus on improving ride comfort.


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