With ongoing pressures, both political and societal, there's no question that 2018 has been an interesting year for the automobile. Just THINK: Paris is in flames, and the push for electrification and mobility in urban environments are leading issues.

Who knew that apps like Uber and Lyft would reshape the way we see getting from place "A" to "B?"

One of the Agents' friends, Jens, recently penned a piece for AutoX and we think it deserves some attention. That's because he's got his finger on the pulse, and elevates debuts and concerns that have not been top of mind for most folks.

Simply put, there's something to be taken away here. Also, it's nice to have a collection of anticipated debuts in one place.

Having said that, we've got to ask: Is the stage set for 2019 to be one of the most pivotal years for the automobile?

Let us know in the comments below.

As 2018 comes to a close, it’s time to reflect on the past year – and take a look ahead at what promises to be a decisive year for a number of reasons.

I expect to see a number of high-profile launches among German carmakers. One of the most successful cars ever conceived, the Volkswagen Golf, will enter its eighth model generation...

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