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The Finer Points

From a wildlife radar to crystal-encrusted headlamps, the latest flourishes from leading automakers prove that little things mean a lot.

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Range Rover Evoque Convertible’s Storage
A true four-season convertible, the $50,475 Range Rover Evoque is one of the most capable and stylish drop-tops ever built, offering nearly 9 cubic feet of cargo space plus a flexible hatch to accommodate longer items such as skis.

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Lincoln Continental’s Doors
Lincoln’s new Continental flagship sedan features the innovative E-Latch door release system. With the push of a button beneath each handle, doors effortlessly slide open for an elegant entry, while a power-cinching mechanism securely closes the doors once you sit down.

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Audi R8’s Steering Wheel
Audi’s redesigned $162,900 R8 supercar features a new steering wheel layout modeled after the wheel of its R18 Le Mans prototype race car. Engine start, drive select modes and other functions fall right at your fingertips—as if you were a pro racer.

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Mercedes-AMG S65 AMG Cabriolet’s Swarovski Crystal Headlamps
Each headlamp in the $247,900 S65 Cabriolet is accented with 47 precious Swarovski crystals, 30 of which add flair to the turn signals.

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Volvo S90’s Large Animal Detection
The company’s just-announced S90 flagship luxury sedan comes standard with an industry-first large animal detection system that warns drivers of animals and other obstructions in the road, then automatically applies the brakes to avoid collision.

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