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Full Speed Ahead for 2002 Car Models

A longer, completely redesigned Audi A4 went on sale in October with a new 30-valve V-6 engine. The roomier new line starts at $25,000. (Audi)
The Cadillac CTS sedan will be replacing the German-built but problem-plagued Catera in 2003. (General Motors)
The reengineered Dodge Ram expands on its brawny, big-rig looks. (DaimlerChrysler)
Parent Ford expects Jaguar’s new X-Type to nearly double Jag’s worldwide sales, which hit a record 90,000 last year, almost half in the U.S. (Ford Motor)
Land Rover Freelander is the firm’s newest four-wheel-drive vehicle. (Ford Motor)
The new 911 Targa has Porsche’s 3.6-liter turbocharged engine but sports a different roof line and profile. (Porsche Cars North America)
Nissan’s Altima is a complete redo of the firm’s stodgy commuter car. (Nissan North America)
Saleen’s sleek top-of-the line Mustang is model S281-E, for “extreme.” (Saleen)
The Suzuki Aerio is a five-door hatchback model that will be introduced sometime early next year. (American Suzuki Motor)
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