Kia outright refuses to call the 2015 Sedona a 'van' in any of its materials, but just look at it!
The following cars represent the most technically advanced available.
The all-new Jaguar XE, on display at the Paris Motor Show, brings a mid-size sedan into the brand's lineup that will make an entry point for many people.
Lenovo packs almost everything we've asked for from a midsize gaming laptop into the Y50.
Offering larger screens than 7-inchers, 8- to 9-inch tablets bring a little more to the table, while remaining ultra-portable.
A new 800-series Nvidia GPU in a slim body, but no touchscreen.
Volkswagen states, "The Passat BlueMotion Concept is being presented (to show) just how fuel-efficient a non-hybrid, gasoline-engined mid-size sedan can be."
With an efficient diesel engine and an extendable bed, the Santa Cruz aims to be a compact pickup for millennials who don't want or need a truck.
A slick midsize gaming laptop from a company not known for being on the cutting edge.
To make up for a lackluster 2014, we're expecting tablets in 2015 to bring it up a notch.
CNET's judges weighed in on the best cars we drove this year, picking the most advanced from an impressive field. In addition, check out the Car Tech 10, our awards for a variety of achievements in the automotive industry.