BMW is putting the finishing touches to its new 5-Series Sports Wagon and we’ve spotted one of the more advanced prototypes. Unfortunately, the car isn’t expected in the United States. Instead, we’ll be getting a new generation of the 5-Series Gran Turismo, albeit with a 6-Series badge this time around.
Another car receiving a new name for its successor is the Volkswagen CC. The redesigned model, which is confirmed for a debut next March at the 2017 Geneva auto show, will be called the Arteon.
Prototypes for a new Toyota sports car expected to revive the Supra name have been spotted again. The latest prototypes have shed some of the camouflage gear used on previous testers, revealing more of the car’s true shape.
You'll find all these stories and more in today's car news, right here at Motor Authority.
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