Bentley's first-ever SUV is here, and it's a big-shouldered approach to high-level luxury.
The following cars represent the most technically advanced available.
Breaking cover for the first time at the Los Angeles auto show, Cadillac unveils its XT5, an all-new medium-sized SUV showing off the brand's latest styling and tech.
Cadillac softened its sharp-edged design for the CTS and ATS sedans, and now shows similar styling in its all-new XT5, a medium-sized SUV replacing the outgoing SRX.
In the past, four-wheel-drive vehicles that could drop their top, like the Jeep Wrangler or the classic Ford Bronco, had a decidedly more rugged take on the idea. Range Rover unveiled their stab at what must surely be the niche of all niche markets at the 2015 Los Angeles Auto Show.
Toyota showed a prototype of a new compact SUV, the C-HR, at the Frankfurt auto show in September, and now it comes to Los Angeles with a Scion badge.
Given its body-on-frame construction, it's not surprising that the Navigator is a truck-like ride.
Mercedes takes on BMW's quirky X6 with a punchy, high-riding hatchback SUV of its own.
Tesla's eagerly anticipated, all-electric SUV is finally being delivered to consumers. Join us as we get behind the wheel for our first drive of this groundbreaking machine.
Jag tries its hand at delivering a sporty luxury SUV with the production debut of its 2017 F-Pace.
The most surprising detail about the 2017 F-Pace is that Jaguar is bringing a diesel engine option to the US shortly after its launch.