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Updated: 07/21/17 Next stage: Redesign in 2022 The second generation of the plug-in hybrid that went on sale in fall 2015 should get a face-lift for the 2019 model year.

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Chevrolet Volt 20170721
Updated: 07/20/17 Next stage: Redesign in 2019 The tiny crossover, Buickís top seller, is due for a redesign in late 2019.

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Buick Encore 20170720
Updated: 07/20/17 Next stage: Freshen in 2018 GMís planned sale of Opel makes the future murky for this Poland-made convertible pulled from the European brandís lineup.

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Buick Cascada 20170720
Updated: 07/20/17 Next stage: Redesign in 2017 Buickís sixth-generation Regal will be available in the U.S. as a four-door hatchback and a wagon Ė but no traditional sedan.

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Buick Regal 20170720
Updated: 07/20/17 Next stage: Freshen in 2019 A sleek redesign of Buickís largest sedan went on sale in fall 2016.

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Buick LaCrosse 20170720
Updated: 07/20/17 Next stage: Freshen in 2018 Because it was several years old when Buick began importing it to the U.S., itís ready for some minor updates next year.

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Buick Envision 20170720
Updated: 07/20/17 Next stage: Redesign in 2017 The mainstay of Buickís lineup since bankruptcy gets a second generation for the 2018 model year.

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Buick Enclave 20170720
Updated: 07/20/17 Next stage: Redesign in 2019 By virtue of being a year older than the CTS, the compact ATS should be the first car Cadillac replaces.

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Cadillac ATS (CT4) 20170720
Updated: 07/20/17 Next stage: Re-engineering in 2017 Super Cruise, which Cadillac calls the first truly hands-free technology for highway driving, will debut on the 2018 CT6 this fall.

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Cadillac CT6 20170720
Updated: 07/20/17 Next stage: New in 2021 The smallest of three Cadillac crossovers under development appears destined to hit the market last, probably not until 2021.

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Cadillac XT3 20170720
Updated: 07/20/17 Next stage: Freshen in 2019 Cadillacís sole crossover, introduced in 2016, already outsells all four of its car nameplates combined.

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Cadillac XT5 20170720
Updated: 07/20/17 Next stage: New in 2019 Cadillac appears to be going with XT6, not XT7 as originally thought, as the name for a vehicle that would fill the gap between the XT5 and the Escalade, arriving in mid-2019.

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Cadillac XT6 20170720
Updated: 07/20/17 Next stage: Redesign in 2020 Cadillacís midsize car should be redesigned and rechristened as the CT5 in early 2020.

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Cadillac CTS (CT5) 20170720
Updated: 07/20/17 Next stage: Freshen in 2017 Instead of being put out to pasture, Cadillac is updating the XTS for the 2018 model year.

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Cadillac XTS 20170720
Updated: 07/20/17 Next stage: Possible in 2021 De Nysschen has said Cadillac is planning a flagship thatís not a four-door sedan..

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Cadillac EV/Sports car 20170720
Updated: 07/20/17 Next stage: Re-engineering in 2017 Cadillacís best-known nameplate will get a 10-speed transmission this fall.

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Cadillac Escalade 20170720
Updated: 07/20/17 Next stage: New in 2018 Chevy is developing a midsize crossover, likely to be tagged Blazer.

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Chevrolet Blazer 20170720
Updated: 07/20/17 Next stage: Redesign in 2017 Chevy has given the second-generation Traverse, on sale this fall, a more trucklike appearance and trimmed its weight by 362 pounds.

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Chevrolet Traverse 20170720
Updated: 07/20/17 Next stage: Redesign in 2019 Chevy spiffed up the Trax last year, less than 18 months after it went on sale in the U.S., to make sure it met American tastes.

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Chevrolet Trax 20170720
Updated: 07/20/17 Next stage: Freshen in 2019 Production of the Spark EV ended last year in anticipation of the more practical Bolt EV.

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Chevrolet Spark 20170720
Updated: 07/20/17 Next stage: Freshen in 2018 A freshening of the Malibu is slated for the second half of 2018.

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Chevrolet Malibu 20170720
Updated: 07/20/17 Next stage: Freshen in 2019 The Cruze got off to a slow start after a 2016 redesign made the car more stylish and high-tech, but momentum has been building this year despite the slowdown for most compacts.

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Chevrolet Cruze 20170720
Updated: 07/20/17 The full-size car was last redesigned in 2013.

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Chevrolet Impala 20170720
Updated: 07/20/17 Next stage: Freshen in 2020 Availability of the Bolt, which offers an estimated 238-mile range per battery charge, expands to all 50 states in August.

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Chevrolet Bolt EV 20170720
Updated: 07/20/17 Sales have plunged since the Trax, a crossover built on the same platform, arrived.

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Chevrolet Sonic 20170720
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