With the new model year upon us, Kelley Blue Book took a look at some of the new or redesigned 2018 editions from several automakers.
Check out what will be rolling into showrooms the next few months below.
Alfa Romeo Stelvio
Italian automaker Alfa Romeo enters the crowded luxury SUV market with the new Stelvio, a vehicle that starts at $42,990, according to Kelley Blue Book.
Audi A5/S5 Cabriolet
German automaker Audi introduced the A5 and S5 in 2016, and now has a convertible model of the vehicles, which starts at $62,300, according to the company.
Audi redesigned the Q5 model for the 2018 year, coming with more room, redesigned grille and LED lighting, and starts at $41,500, according to the maker.
Buick introduces its second-generation of the crossover SUV for 2018, featuring a lower, slimmer body and will start at $39,995 when it hits showrooms in fall 2017, according to the company.
Chevrolet redesigned the Equinox for the 2018 model year, downsizing the compact crossover SUV to keep up with the times. The base model starts at $23,580, according to Chevy.
The Traverse got a redesign from Chevrolet for 2018, with the new model of the mid-size SUV starting at $29,930, according to Chevy.
Ferrari 812 Superfast
Billed as the fastest model in company history, Italian automaker Ferrari introduces the 812 Superfast for 2018, which tops out at 211 miles per hour, per Kelley Blue Book, and which will price for $315,000, according to Car & Driver.
While Ford's subcompact crossover SUV EcoSport isn't new, having been sold overseas, it will make its U.S. debut in 2018, and per CNET, should start at around $19,000.
Ford's redesigned Expedition features a new interior, more power, more towing capacity and better gas mileage than the previous edition, and starts with an MSRP of $51,695, according to Ford.
GMC redesigned the Terrain for 2018, resizing and reshaping the small SUV for the new model year. According to the company's website, the net price for the new model will start at $29,190.
One of the best-selling cars in the U.S., Honda introduces the 10th-generation Accord for 2018, and the new version is lower to the ground and wider than the previous model. The starting price is expected to be similar to the $22,455 base price of the 2017 edition.
Honda redesigns the Odyssey for 2018, with a price range beginning at $30,930, according to Kelley Blue Book, and a redesigned ride that drives like a smaller car, according to the Blue Book, who called it the "best family car the world has ever seen."
Hyundai Elantra GT
Hyundai's Elantra GT model -- featuring a hatchback -- gets a redesign for 2018, as the version of the South Korean automaker's best-selling model gets a restyle. Pricing starts at $19,350 for the base model, according to Kelley Blue Book.
Hyundai introduced the subcompact crossover SUV Kona in June 2017, with sales expected to begin in the U.S. in early 2018 with pricing to come.
Kia's Rio gets a redesign for 2018, as the entry level subcompact is larger than its previous model, according to Kelley Blue Book, which should start at around $15,000, according to Consumer Reports.
The South Korean automaker Kia will introduce the Stinger, a sports sedan that began life as a concept car in 2011 and will begin production for the 2018 model year, with CNET saying pricing will start around $30,000.
Land Rover Discovery
British manufacturer Land Rover redesigned the Discovery for 2018, which even allows the users to fold seats by using an app. The SUV is expected to have a base price of $49,990.
Land Rover Range Rover Velar
Land Rover is introducing the Velar midsize SUV to its 2018 lineup, with the price starting at $50,895, according to Kelley Blue Book.
Lexus LC 500
Lexus' LC 500, based on a concept car, makes its debut in the 2018 model year and will hit showrooms starting at $93,195, according to Kelley Blue Book.
The fifth-generation of Toyota's luxury division Lexus is the LS sedan, which started in 1989. The newest version is expected to start around $75,000, according to Consumer Reports.
Lincoln introduces its new model of the Navigator for the 2018 model year, with the full-size SUV getting an upgrade along with its cousin, the Ford Expedition. The company says the starting price is $72,055 for the new version.
Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe
Mercedes-Benz introduces the E-Class Coupe version for 2018, with the four-passenger car starting at $58,900, according to the company's website.
The Crosstrek was introduced in 2013, and proved popular with buyers, so now Subaru is releasing the second-generation model with more interior room, and a starting price of $22,710, according to Kelley Blue Book.
Toyota introduces the eighth-generation Camry for the 2018 model year, as the vehicle that's 35 years old gets an upgrade in design and dynamics, with models starting at $24,380 according to Kelley Blue Book.
Toyota introduced the C-HR, a subcompact SUV, in late 2016, and the new model starts at $22,500, according to the company's website.
German automaker Volkswagen introduces its first three-row SUV in the 2018 model year, as the Atlas makes its debut, with a MSRP of $30,500, according to the company's website.
The second-generation Tiguan makes its debut in the 2018 model year, a far roomier version of the model with a starting price of $26,245 and a six-year, 72,000-mile warranty that is fully transferable, according to Kelley Blue Book.
Volvo's XC60 gets a makeover for the 2018 model year, becoming trimmer and more muscular than the previous generation, with a price tag starting at $41,500, according to CNET.