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Aston Martin Vanquish Driven, Tesla Cash Flow, Jaguar Small Car: Today's Car News

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2014 Aston Martin Vanquish

2014 Aston Martin Vanquish

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Aston Martin handed us the crystalline key fob to a 565-horsepower 2014 Vanquish and set us free on broken roads around Newport Pagnell. What did we learn? The Vanquish is a "super GT" that is beautiful inside and out. With the Vanquish, it's about the experience of the journey rather than the driving itself.

Now that the Jaguar F-Type sports car is done, fans are wondering what's next for Jaguar. Rumor has it that a small sedan and a crossover will be the next vehicles to receive Jaguar's attention. No matter what's next, Jaguar is clearly focusing on exceptional design and driving experiences.

Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk said people are incorrectly interpreting the latest revision of Tesla's 2012 revenue projections. Musk said the company isn't running out of cash, and that Tesla will have positive cash flow by the end of November.

For all these stories and more be sure to check the links below.

2014 Aston Martin Vanquish: First Drive

2013 BMW M5, M6 Recalled For Potential Engine Failure

Volvo S60, S80 Refresh Coming, Followed By New XC90: Report

2014 Mercedes-Benz GLA Class Spy Shots

Neil Armstrong's Corvette To Be Preserved, Not Restored

Tesla To Be Cash Flow Positive By The End Of November

With F-Type Done, Jaguar Focuses On Small Sedan, Crossover: Report

U.S. To Get New Audi A3 Sportback As Well As A3 Sedan: Report

2013 Mercedes-Benz SL Class Recalled Due To Flammable Refrigerant

Nissan Builds Its Own Leaf-Based Autonomous Car

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